Friday, April 15, 2011

Video:'Quinonez Wilson' Incredible Longest Goal Scores Record-Breaking 90-Yard Freekick

The second division in Paraguay produced a classic kodak moment on Sunday as Sport Colombia goalie Quinonez Wilson scoring from over 80-yards.

In a routine passage of play in the second half, the action started when keeper Wilson was set to launch a free-kick upfield from just outside his penalty area.

After making a clean connection with the ball, Wilson sat back and watched his booming kick sail threw the air and head directly in the trajectory of the Cerro goalmouth.

Quinonez Wilson, who plays for Sport Colombia in Paraguay’s second tier, has scored the longest recorded freekick in history. Last Sunday he fired home from an amazing 90 yards and hit the back of the net at the other end. If you watch carefully, the ball doesn’t even bounce, its a true goal.

This stunning Quinonez Wilson free kick has created a record for being the world’s longest ever free kick. The Quinonez Wilson goal was scored against Club Cerro PorteƱo PF from an amazing distance of nearly 83m out ( see goal video below) on (9th April, 2011).

Quinonez Wilson, for the uninitiated, is a goalkeeper for Paraguayan second division side Sport Colombia.

From just outside his own box and from millions of yards away from the opposition box, Wilson fires the free kick into the opposition keeper’s goal- absolutely amazing freekick. He however does receive a yellow card from the referee for his goal celebration.

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