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    Hardy fans who battled through Arctic conditions to watch a Belgian league match at the weekend were rewarded handsomely for their efforts as they witnessed one of the most incredible goals of the season.

    Half an hour into the match against Genk, Lierse striker Wesley Sonck picked up a cross from Joeri Dequevy with his back to goal - then stunned the crowd as he flipped the ball up before smashing it into the top corner with an outlandish bicycle kick.

    A second-half penalty from Genk's Elianiv Barda ensured the match would end in a draw - but the home fans will still have gone home with a warm feeling inside after being first-hand witnesses to a spectacular strike that has already become an internet sensation.

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    Wow, great goal.

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    I'll stick with the rugby . : doc
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    Very good - thanks for sharing.

    I think the most incredible thing about the goal was not that it was so spectacular, but that there was one at all, given the conditions they were playing in
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr love View Post
    I'll stick with the rugby . : doc
    Wonder what the odds are now of a Munster - Leinster Magniers League final? Pretty short, I would have thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotus View Post
    Wonder what the odds are now of a Munster - Leinster Magniers League final? Pretty short, I would have thought.
    With the recent results would think so scotus , Leinster to win of course : doc
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    Dont think Munster will even get out of their group not to mind a final but as much as i hate to say it(lol) can see Leinster reaching the final..looked very good against clermont..

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    great goal indeed. and just shows that football can still be played even in snow. so why were all the premier league games postponed.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    Hardy fans who battled through Arctic conditions to watch a Belgian league match at the weekend were rewarded handsomely for their efforts as they witnessed one of the most incredible goals of the season.

    Half an hour into the match against Genk, Lierse striker Wesley Sonck picked up a cross from Joeri Dequevy with his back to goal - then stunned the crowd as he flipped the ball up before smashing it into the top corner with an outlandish bicycle kick.

    A second-half penalty from Genk's Elianiv Barda ensured the match would end in a draw - but the home fans will still have gone home with a warm feeling inside after being first-hand witnesses to a spectacular strike that has already become an internet sensation.

    youtube have taken it down
    here it is... great goal !!!
    http://blog.linxiting.com/index.php/...sley-sonck.php

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