Not every own goal is built the same. Most are the product of chaos in the penalty box, where a defender will flick out his leg (or head) and divert the ball past his keeper. Those — though annoying — are generally considered excusable.
This goal is certainly not that.
Jose Angel of Eibar ramped the insanity up on his own goal by perfectly chipping his keeper from just on his own side of the halfway line. It is difficult to explain exactly what the player was looking for with this piece of play, but it is certainly worth a watch.
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