LESOTHO striker Tumelo Khutlang put his name in the hat for the worst miss of all time – not once, but twice.
The 23-year-old was in action in his country's African Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania when he spurned two open goals.
AS TV7 Tumelo Khutlang raced onto a loose pass to go one-on-one with the goalkeeper
AS TV7 Khutlang sliced his effort onto the post with the goal at his mercy
AS TV7 Khutlang couldn't direct his effort on target – much to his embarrassment
Capitalising on a loose back pass by defender David Mwantika, the Black Leopards forward latched onto the ball to go one-on-one with the goalkeeper.
Aishi Manula saved his initial effort, but the ball looped up in the air, leaving Khutlang with an easy seven-yard tap-in.
But he badly miscued his strike as the ball sliced towards the post as two hapless defenders failed to clear away the danger.
Khutlang then got a second bite at the cherry – this time from a yard out – but somehow failed to get any connection as he turned, swivelled and ended up on his backside.
AS TV7 Khutlang, 23, then got a second chance to net the opener for Lesotho from a yard out
AS TV7 Black Leopards striker Khutlang the somehow failed to get any connection as the ball bounced off the post
AS TV7 Khutlang ended up on his bottom after wasting three golden opportunities to break the deadlock
Luckily for Khutlang, team-mate Nkau Lerotholi spared his blushes as he netted in the 77th minute to boost Lesotho's chances of qualifying for a first African Cup of Nations.
This season has saw many players left with their head in their hands after squandering a chance when it looked easier to score.
Alvaro Morata did his confidence no favours last night whilst in action for Spain after shooting wide against Bosnia from six yards out.
And no-one will be forgetting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's atrocious effort against Chelsea in Arsenal's 3-2 defeat at Stamford Bridge in August.
AS TV7 Khutlang reacts after being left red-faced during the African Cup of Nations qualifier
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