Play of the day: Two keepers better than one

A substitute goalie has pulled off the save of the season despite invading the pitch to do so.

The play occurred during a low-level club match in Argentina between San Martín and Bell Ville.

After the attacking player ran onto a through ball and chipped the on-coming keeper, the reserve goalie arrived on the scene from behind the goal and made the save.

He sneakily left the field but didn't get away with the blatant foul.

However the offense actually saved his side in the end with the attacking team missing the indirect penalty deep inside the goal mouth.

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