Scottish Goalkeeper Mark Oxley Scores From Opposite End Of Field (Video)


Hibernian F.C. goalkeeper Mark Oxley is paid to stop shots. On Saturday afternoon, he scored on a shot of his own.

Hibs faced off against Livingston F.C. in a Scottish Championship (second division) game, and they added to their early lead in the first half when Oxley scored an incredible goal. (Be forewarned, the volume of the video is loud.)

Oxley punted the ball on a goal kick from his own penalty area to the other side of the field. The ball somehow bounced by two Livingston defenders and over goalkeeper Darren Jamieson into the net for the goal, putting the Hibs up 2-0.

Livingston scored a goal later in the game, so Oxley’s goal proved to be the game-winner for Hibernian. Oxley also added two saves in the winning effort. Saturday will go down as a day Oxley will never forget.

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