In Scotland, the goalkeeper came on as a substitute and scored a "blind" super goal from 30 meters. Video
The goalkeeper of Scottish soccer club Arbroath Alasdair Adams became a real hero in the away match of the 18th round of the Championship (the second strongest soccer division of the country) against Raith. The 32-year-old goalkeeper celebrated a stunning goal after being forced to come on and substitute a striker due to a lack of players.
The match was not going well for the visitors. Already in the 34th minute they conceded the first goal, and in the second half defender Aaron Steele was injured. Head coach Stuart Malcolm had only three field players in reserve, which he had already released on the field.
The coach was forced to use the only player left on the bench, which was Ali Adams. He replaced Steele in the 58th minute, and three minutes later Raith scored their second goal.
However, Adams' output was the turning point in the match. In the 76th minute, the goalkeeper scored a fantastic goal from 30 meters, without looking towards the goal, which started the campaign. Nine minutes before the final whistle, McIntosh converted a penalty to level the score.
This draw allowed Arbroath to keep their chances of staying in the division alive. The team is in 9th place and one point separates it from the saving 8th position.