In BVB’s opening 3.Liga game of the new season, the German goalkeeper was subjected to an embarrassing incident.

In a match against Wehen Wiesbaden, Borussia Dortmund II goalkeeper Luca Unbehaun gave up an odd goal after passing the ball to the opposing striker Gustaf Nilsson. At the BRITA Arena on Monday, the two teams drew their respective 3.Liga seasons at 1-1.

Unbehaun gave the hosts the game’s first goal just after halftime, and Dortmund can thank Rodney Elongo-Yombo for his 77th-minute equalizer.

See Dortmud keeper Unbehaun’s strange blunder.

In the 56th minute, Unbehaun caught an overhit long ball deep within his own penalty area, but he flung the ball out in front of him because he reportedly believed he had heard the referee blow for a free-kick.

Nilsson briefly turned around to check that the ball was in play before prodding it onto his right foot and firing low into the bottom corner of the net, and the referee allowed the goal to stand – much to Unbehaun’s dismay.

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