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FT Rebound: Bizarre free-hit situation from Salibandyliiga

In the quarterfinal between SPV and NST back in 2013, this bizarre situation occurred on a free-hit situation. After almost 40 seconds of standing still, a shot was eventually fired – afterwards, the players in front of the goal begun wrestling! Since it’s publication over 4 years ago, the video has reached over 100 000 views!

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