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Player Hits Woodwork Four Times In One Shot

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Hitting the woodwork once is unlucky, twice is desperately unfortunate, three times then it looks like God really doesn't like you and four....did you walk under several ladders this week whilst smashing some mirrors for fun?

We don't know anything about where this video was taken, or when, but it's basically like a pinball machine.

We just hope the unfortunate striker used all his bad luck up in one go; we like to think he won the lottery that night. But he probably just went home and cried. Life is tough sometimes.

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