The spectacular game has seen its fair share of spectacular goals, and those that turn up to become the contender for FIFA Puskás Award each year. In the not so known Coupe de la Ligue in France, such a goal was scored by FC Sochaux-Montbeliard player Bryan Lasme.
Yesterday in the away match against Paris FC at Stade Sébastien Charléty, the Ligue 2 side forward shot a breathtaking goal from 35 yards outside the box, that can easily become a contender for the Puskás award this year. The clip of the goal was posted by the club’s official Twitter. See the eye catching strike yourself-
💥😍 Malgré l'élimination en @CoupeLigueBKT, on ne se lasse pas de ce but MONSTRUEUX inscrit par Bryan Lasme face au @ParisFC !
📽️ Le résumé complet de #PFCFCSM, c'est par ici ⤵️ https://t.co/eeg3MSgx2Y pic.twitter.com/CwRWU4LrSF
— FC Sochaux-Montbéliard (@FCSM_officiel) August 14, 2019
The 20 year old’s magnificent showcase of flair at the 36th minute was the opener of the match. However, the hosts came back in the second half with a goal from Oussama Abdeldjelil and Jonathan Pitroipa, the latter netting one from the spot. Les Lionceaux lost the match 1-2.
Despite the loss, Lasme’s screamer was the main talk following the match, and soon after had taken the social media by storm.
Lasme was called up for the French Under-20 Football team, and made his debut at the 2018 Toulon Tournament.
FC Sochaux will face Laurient in their upcoming Ligue 2 match on Friday at Stade du Moustoir.