WATCH: Kerry footballer rescues team with outrageous last-second equaliser

Take a bow Gary Sayers.

Under pressure and in difficult conditions, the half-forward kicked this superb free from 30 yards out and on his wrong side.

He was playing for Keel against Ballydonoghue in the Division Three relegation playoff on Sunday and his side were down by a point with seconds remaining in extra time.

Sayers had already scored a goal from a penalty and contributed four points to his side’s 2-12 scoreline.

But with the pressure on and only moments to go he produced a score of absolute class to level the game once more.

Marc O Foghlu captured the moment from the sidelines, as Sayers effortlessly kicked it over the bar off his left foot.

Super stuff and enough to give Keel a chance to fight another day.

h/t: Sportsjoe


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