Randy Gordon, who plays for the Hackensack High School Comets in New Jersey, picked the ball up out of bounds in his game earlier this week, looking like he was just going to throw it in. But instead of the boring straight-over-his-head toss inbounds, the teen took it a step further: He did a flip throw-in.
Sure, it's something that every kid who goes to soccer camp during the summer tries to learn and do at least once.
The difference? His was amazing, and after getting swatted by the opposing goalie, went in the goal.
"When it went in, I went crazy," Gordon told NBC New York. "It's like a once-in-a-lifetime thing."
According to NBC New York, it was Gordon's first high school varsity soccer game.
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