San Jose Earthquakes goalkeeper David Bingham, unbelivable goal, surely will never forget the match against West Bromwich Albion. In his debut match, he scored from his own penalty box. He had scored from a distance of 80 yards (about 73.1 meters).
Unique events that occurred when West Brom who are on a tour of the United States tested the Earthquakes on Tuesday (07/12/2011). New game was three minutes, the whole Buck Shaw Stadium was cheering.
Initially, there is nothing special when Bingham was able to secure a breakthrough from the pursuit of bait forward the Baggies. The 21-year goalkeeper and then hold the ball for a moment while waiting for his colleagues to come forward.
Bingham put the ball again and intend to give much feedback to the forward hull. The ball is not completely out of the box was kicked loud.
Bingham kick seemed too tight and not overtaken by his peers. But, unexpectedly, also kick the ball to deceive the goalkeeper Boaz Myhill who oversee West Brom. The ball bounced off the ground once before being lodged in the goal.
Myhill seems to glare because the sun was in his favor. He was standing too far forward and could not guess the ball's speed.
After a unique goal, the players gathered around Bingham direct Earthquakes. Bingham himself just smiled shyly and seemed still did not expect to score from a distance of 90 yards (about 82.3 meters).
Earthquakes match was eventually won by a score of 2-1. More Earthquakes goals scored Khari Stephenson, while West Brom replies made Jerome Thomas.
Reported Yahosports, this is the third time a goalkeeper in Major League Soccer (MLS) scored as Bingham. Previously, Danny Cepero (New York Red Bulls) and Talmon Henry Hall (Houston Dynamo) had scored from a distance of 80 yards (about 73.1 meters).