Goalkeeper Brings the Awesome Once Again in Latest Trick-Shot Video

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterNovember 6, 2012

We bring you, The Return of the Goalkeeper. 

BroBible who spotted this wonderful trick-shot video reminds us the protagonist is the same athlete who brought us this collection of memorable trick shots when he tended goal for UNC Asheville. 

Lassi Hurskainen is back with a video that very well may be better than the original. 

The young goalkeeper is back in his home country of Finland, ready to beguile us all with his precision and power. 

Oh, and there are plenty of laughs along the way. 

First up is the keeper smashing a ball from midfield all the way to one goal and then taking a shot at the other side of the field. Both balls hit post perfectly. 

Hurskainen then gets some help from a pal who is either very brave or very insane, because he tries to keep a bunch of free kicks out of a small goal from mere feet away. 

Like an episode of Jackass, the laughs come abruptly when the make-shift keeper is pummeled with a ball to the chest. 

My favorite part may have been his shopping excursion when he kicks what looks like tissue paper around a corner and off a display, into the wide-open basket. 

I have no idea how Hurskainen will fare as a professional keeper, but he is already a smash hit with trick-shot videos. 

Keep 'em coming. 

 

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