In a 2014 parody video produced by Brigham Young University’s TV station, Yale’s hapless (and fictional) goalie Scott Sterling used his increasingly battered face to deflect all five penalty shots in a soccer match against North Carolina.
Evidently, the sporting public’s appetite for sadistic satire is insatiable as the video is nearing sixty-million views on YouTube. Sterling’s more recent foray into volleyball has proved similarly popular.
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With legendary goalie Tim Howard unable to keep Trinidad and Tobago from finding the back of the net, the USMNT team could have used a goalie with the Sterling’s facial fortitude in their critical 2018 World Cup qualifying loss.
Horvath probably wants this one back. 🙈 https://t.co/kITOGZ9qhD
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) November 14, 2017
Ethan Horvath may or may not be the man for the Americans in the long run, but his start in international play hasn’t been particularly auspicious…