A high school soccer team in South Carolina may have given us the goal of the year.
In a Lower State playoff game, James Island Charter High School pulled off a perfectly executed double-bicycle kick goal en route to a 3-1 win that allowed the team to advance to the state quarterfinals.
“The reaction was utter disbelief,” James Island coach Todd Robinson told The Post and Courier. “The first bicycle kick is remarkable in itself, because it’s so athletic. And then when Le follows it up so cleanly, on a 1-2 play like that … it was amazing.”
Senior Yasir Al-Kameshi was the first James Island player to connect on a bicycle kick, as he delivered a perfectly placed cross into the box.
Then, senior William Le was in place to know the goal home with a bicycle kick of his own.
Check out the video below:
Check out this insane goal from James Island’s win tonight with TWO bicycle kicks pic.twitter.com/gePvChHb3t
— Kevin Bilodeau (@KevinLive5) May 6, 2015
This should be a top play on SportsCenter. It isn’t often that you see a masterpiece like this.