This past Friday, Czech first division team FK Pribram took on FK Teplice in league play. During the match, Pribram set up for a corner kick, and this happened:
Perhaps Pribram needs to spend more time working on set piece service than choreography. Or maybe, if Pribram’s choreography was better, some of the Teplice players would have joined the circle and created enough gravitational pull to change the path of the horribly struck corner, redirecting the ball into the six-yard box. Or is that not how science works?
On the fail scale, Pribram’s set piece gets 2/10 Palins.