Storm Barney has battered the United Kingdom and booked one soccer player’s place in the hall of shame.

Kamarl Duncan, a defender for English lower-league club Thurrock FC, scored a wind-assisted own goal Wednesday in his team’s 1-1 draw with Romford.

A 70-mph wind gust carried Duncan’s attempted clearance backward toward his own goal, and the goalkeeper did his team no favors in preventing the infamous strike.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRuW9L8hP-8

Thurrock manager Mark Stimson described the goal as comical.

“At times it was a joke, and Romford’s goal was something you can only describe after seeing — it was laughable,” Stimson said, according to Sky Sports.

These things are liable to happen when teams decide to play through a storm, as we saw in Israel in 2012 and in Italy one year later.

Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@IndyFootball