Liam Vaughan roars after saving a penalty for Binfield FC. Photo: James Green.
Liam Vaughan roars after saving a penalty for Binfield FC. Photo: James Green.

Liam Vaughan makes double penalty save in ‘crazy’ Suburban League match

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Liam Vaughan roars after saving a penalty for Binfield FC. Photo: James Green.
Liam Vaughan roars after saving a penalty for Binfield FC. Photo: James Green.

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Binfield Reserves goalkeeper Liam Vaughan saved two of four penalties in Saturday’s Suburban Football League Premier Division tie at home to Maidenhead United.

The key thing here.. it wasn’t a penalty shoot out.

Vaughan explained on his instagram page that ‘Maidenhead had 4 penalties in about 15 minutes, happy with saving 2 but should have saved 3!’

The Moles won the match 4-3 at Hill Farm Lane thanks to doubles from Mo Davies and Liam Whyte but the win in a match full of incident was all the more remarkable as Ellis Woods side did it with 10-men after Matt Davies was sent off.

Related: Could this goalkeeper save a season?

Both of Vaughan’s saves were caught on camera, the first isn’t bad..

But the second is at full stretch..

The young ‘keeper has been a key component in the Reserves march to the top five in the Premier Division, making 25 appearances in all competitions this season and four appearances for Binfield’s first team.

See all the photo’s from a remarkable game here..

Full gallery of images from @[100010062874James Green] as Binfield FC Reserves host Maidenhead United Football Club Reserves at Hill Farm Lane.

Posted by Football in Berkshire on Wednesday, 29 March 2017

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Main image: Liam Vaughan by James Green.

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