The Irish goalkeeper scored as Bournemouth won the Hampshire Senior Cup.
Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Mark Travers scored a goal for Bournemouth Under-21s on Tuesday night against Eastleigh. The 21-year-old, who also saved a penalty in the match, went on to save a penalty in the shootout.
Mark Travers scores goal for Bournemouth.
Bournemouth were playing Eastleigh at the Snows Stadium in the Hampshire Senior Cup final. With the score at 1-1, Travers saved a penalty. Eastleigh went ahead again and, in the final minutes of the match, the Irish goalkeeper went up for a corner to try to keep his side in the game.
Travers rose above the Eastleigh defence and powered home a header. The Ireland goalkeeper, who has won three caps for the national team, went on to save a penalty in the shootout and help Bournemouth Under-21s lift the cup.
You can watch the goal below.
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