It happened again: Brazil’s Douglas Luiz of Aston Villa scored an Olympic goal again for the fourth time in two months. was in 2-1 defeat to ArsenalToday (31), at the Emirates Stadium, for the fifth round of Premier League.
Douglas Louise had just entered the field. In the next minute, Aston Villa, who was pressing Arsenal in search of the equalizer, scored a corner kick in his favour. The Brazilian went to take the kick and was stunned again.
The Premier League’s VAR even analyzed the show, with Arsenal goalkeeper Ramsdale being fouled by an Aston Villa player, but the goal was validated.
The unexpected goal comes eight days after Douglas Luiz scored an Olympic goal in 4-1 win over Bolton Wanderersfor the English Premier League Cup.
And you want more? He’s already done two more of this type recently. One of them was in training, it was revealed on social media by Aston Villa. “Practice makes perfect,” the club joked.
The first of four Olympic goals came in a pre-season match at Aston Villa, on September 9, in a 4-0 win over Walsall, the English fourth tier (see more below).
The English Premier League runners-up with only three points from five games, against Aston Villa, another quarry: they will face the vice-leaders Manchester City next Saturday (3), at home, at 1:30 pm (GMT). Are there more Olympic goals coming?
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