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Goalkeeper Scores 100th Career Goal

Goalkeeper Scores 100th Career Goal




With Wigan Athletic not playing and not much happening in the Premier League this weekend due to the international games my attention was drawn to a world record that was being built on in Brazil.

Sao Paulo goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni already held the world record for number of goals scored by a keeper, a staggering 99 (ninety-nine), well on Sunday he went one better and became a centurion.

Ceni smashed home his 100th goal from a cracking free-kick, a goal that put his side 2-0 up against their bitter rivals Corinthians but that didn`t matter to Ceni, he was just delighted to have chalked up 100 netbusters.

After the game Ceni said: 'When a goalkeeper goes on to the pitch he doesn't think about scoring a goal but it turned out the way I wanted, 'I don't care who our opponents are, but it certainly is important to our fans'






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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Monday March 28 2011
Time: 7:33AM

Comments

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Some goal, even for Ronaldo!!!
worbo
28/03/2011 07:36:00
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Do you think we could get Ali doing that???
wigginer
28/03/2011 11:04:00
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u notice he is number 01 not no. 1, id say he likes to be different this guy.
BigUglyZimmerZam
30/03/2011 03:24:00
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