Bolton Wanderers conceded an odd goal in the final minutes of their 3-0 loss to Plymouth Argyle.
travelers With goals from Brendan Galloway and Conor Grant in the first half, they were doubled by the home team.
Bolton tried to find a way back into the match, but in increasingly dangerous weather conditions as the rain grew heavier in Devon, Ryan Broom scored the Pilgrims’ third goal as he approached full-time.
Earlier in the move, Bolton goalkeeper Joel Dixon misjudged the circumstances as Danny Mayor got the ball ahead of him, before he played for Ryan Hardie, who also played for Broom when water gushing from Home Park’s court surface slowed the ball. and the Argyle man is finally buried at loss.
The nature of the goal sparked reactions from Wanderers fans on Twitter to the ‘crazy’ nature of the strike and the rainy weather conditions at Home Park in general, which certainly raises the question if it had rained more heavily earlier in the fixture. leaving the game.
Josh Murphy wrote: “I wasn’t sure whether to laugh or cry when this came in.”
@benmcquade_ shared: “I can’t laugh at this mind.”
@bwfcarchie shared: “Then how is this not cancelled.”
Andrew Broome wrote: “Plymouth’s 3rd goal… So… tonight is the final nail in the coffin for us but I don’t think we’ll see a crazier goal over the course of the season….”
@jobo901 wrote: “Wow that rain, like we’re playing at home, top of the league, far away, Tuesday night, monsoon, after the Saturday disaster, let’s see what we do on Saturday.”
Ash Duckworth wrote: “Imagine continuing to try and play 5/10 yard passes around the opponent as you see the ball getting stuck under each player’s feet for the previous 10 minutes.. unbelievable.”
Jordan Peers wrote: “Dixon gives him knee shifts that you can only imagine in 6th year disco.”
@hebwfc2 wrote: “This pitch was so bad that if it weren’t for the pitch this shouldn’t have been 3rd. Also only substituting the first 10 minutes resulted in 2 goals. We also really had to blow up some chances.”
@Joe93854993 wrote: “That second half is still not talked about but it was better. We can say that the field made us in the same conditions for both teams. Long season. Be patient. Anyone with realistic expectations knew we were going to have a tough time”
Posted by @itspaulactually: “This is the biggest goal joke I’ve ever seen. Absolute disgrace!”
Danny O’Brien wrote: “What I just saw.”