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This classic comedy own goal helped Bournemouth earn an easy win last night

The 26-year-old Cameroon international had a moment to forget in front of the Premier League outfit.

A CLASSIC ‘WHAT happened Next’ Question of Sport moment occurred during Bournemouth’s pre-season friendly with Minnesota United last night.

Eddie Howe’s side were leading 1-0 after Callum Wilson’s opening goal before the bizarre incident in question took place.

Under no pressure, Cameroon international Sammy Ndjock unwittingly threw the ball into his own net to double the Cherries’ advantage in a clip destined to go viral.

The moment is sure to be remembered alongside Carl Jenkinson, David Alaba, Zarko Udovicic and Lee Dixon as one of the worst own goals ever.

Wilson and Lewis Grabban added to Bournemouth’s tally thereafter to complete a comfortable 4-0 win.

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