Most goals scored from the halfway line in 60 seconds… that’s the record held by Manchester United’s second choice goalkeeper, Sergio Romero.
His pinpoint accuracy has earned him a world record after scoring 20 minutes in just a minute.
The previous record was 5 goals.
Phil Jones and Ander Herrera both had a go but it was the goalkeeper who did best.
Herrera was surprised by the challenge’s difficulty: “I didn’t expect [it] was going to be that tough.”
🥇 @ManUtd ✖️ MoPlay 🥇
Most goals scored from the halfway line in 60 seconds…
— MoPlay (@MoPlay) March 1, 2019
Not too shabby for a backup goalie, eh?
Romero, however, is good enough to be first choice at most clubs. There’s not a goalkeeper in the world who would be starting ahead of David de Gea at United, which begs the question: how does Dave’s distribution compare to Romero’s?
Perhaps a challenge for another day.