The PSG striker had already bagged a goal for Paris Saint-Germain in their Ligue 1 clash against Strasbourg on Monday (NZT) when he came up with a miss for the ages in the 28th minute.
Having put the hosts in front, the Cameroon global incredibly contrived to stop Christopher Nkunku's goal-bound effort at 1-1, and was unable to even turn to the ball into the net.
The mind-boggling miss wound up costing PSG the game, having to settle for a 2-2 draw against Strasbourg, which represents the first time this season the Parisian heavyweights gave up points at their home stadium. That being said, feast your eyes on this unbelievable shit, which even the most rank of Sunday League spud wouldn't be able to recreate if they tried it a thousand times.
The miss denied Thomas Tuchel's men a chance to win the trophy at the Parc des Princes on Sunday and the Cameroon global feels sorry for his action.
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As you can see from the clip below, PSG star Kylian Mbappe was left in disbelief of the play.
"I hesitated to get the ball and asked if I was offside - it all happened really fast".
But it wasn't enough for PSG and they will have to wait for the title.
To make things, Strasbourg ended up going into the sheds 1-2 up after a great goal by Goncalves.
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The former Stoke City player who opened the scoring on his sixth Ligue 1 start had an opportunity to grab a brace, but inexplicably blew the chance.
Choupo-Moting had given the champions-in-waiting the lead after 13 minutes before Nuno Da Costa's leveller.
The draw left PSG 20 points clear at the top of Ligue 1 with eight matches to play and a game in hand over second-placed Lille.
Tuchel was then sent to the stands on 58 minutes for verbally challenging the referee, with Mbappe and Julian Draxler entering the fray shortly after to try and salvage the game.
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