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Chaker Alhadhur, the Comoros left back turned goalkeeper, forgot he was in goal and put his hands back before facing a shot.

Chaker Alhadhur, the Comoros left back turned goalkeeper, forgot he was in goal and put his hands back before facing a shot.

The match between Comoros and Cameroon was one of the most exciting moments of the African Cup of Nations Tournament.

The Island Nation was forced to use an outfield player in goal against the host nation due to a variety of issues.

Chaker Alhadhur, an initial left back, was chosen to be his team’s number one goalkeeper.

When Cameroon was attacking, the Left back seemed to forget he was in pole and could be seen tucking his hands behind his back.

His first thought was to protect the ball from striking his hand, which would result in a penalty for his team, but hey, he’s the goalkeeper, and he’s allowed to use his hand.

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