If there's one constant when it comes to sports, it's the sheer unpredictability. One minute, you could expect a certain turnout only to have the complete opposite happen. Recently, Borussia Monchengladbach, who is currently sitting in third place in the German Bundesliga, took on cellar dweller Borussia Dortmund. Conventional wisdom would say that Monchengladbach would easily come away with the win, but—surprise, surprise—not in the case.
Instead, Dortmund was able to hand Monchengladbach their first loss of the season after a freakishly, unexpected, long-distance own goal in the 58th minute by Christoph Kramer. After receiving a pass from about 50 yards out, Kramer attempted a pass to his goalkeeper, Yann Sommer, which just flew over his head and into his own club's net. Needless to say, his teammates weren't pleased one bit with the mental lapse.
[via For The Win]