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    Mexican Footballer Scores Goal From 40 Meters

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    Mexican footballer Francisco Rivera, who plays for Mineros de Zacatecas, scored a long-distance goal during a Copa MX match. The video was posted on Twitter.

    During the second half, Mineros footballers, winning 3:1 at the time, took the ball to the center of the field. After receiving the ball, Rivera ran toward the goal but could not get through the opposing team's line of defense and thus took a shot from about 40 meters away. The goal made the score 4:1 in favor of Mineros.


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