WATCH: High schooler wastes no time blasting 67-yard soccer goal
Georgia high school soccer player nails goal from beyond midfield seconds into the game.
This happened last week, but it's too good not to share.
Harrison High School's (Ga.) Andrew Deltac doesn't have time for your silly runs and passes but instead opts to blast a shot from 67 yards away right off the opening kickoff.
Luckily, for Deltac, the opposing goalie was wandering around like 20 yards from his goal when the shot was taken, seemingly daring Deltac to give it a go. And give it a go he did.
So that plan backfired for the keeper.
(via Bob's Blitz)
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