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How is this even possible?

Thiago Silva must be god or something.
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@InPlainSight Haha yes. I agree my friend!
I think I'm disallowing it...sorry @mchlyang
That's awesome...but does the ball go out?
@mchlyang I know...amazing skill, shame it never stayed in
@InPlainSight yeah...it seems like it did go out. But still! That makes it even harder to score!
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