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Ji Sung Park scores a cracking goal on one knee

The net-rippler comes about 365 days too late for QPR fans.

Ji Sung Park shows them how they roll in South Korea.
Ji Sung Park shows them how they roll in South Korea.
Image: YouTube screengrab

FANS OF QUEENS Park Rangers never truly got to see the true box-to-box majesty of Ji Sung Park in full flight last season.

Signed from Manchester United by Mark Hughes last summer, Park’s 2012/13 was dogged by injury and poor form as the R’s were relegated with plenty of games to spare.

The South Korean is back at PSV — the club where he rose to European prominence — this year and loving life in The Netherlands. He found the net this weekend against Heracles to snatch a late point for Eindhoven.

The remarkable selling point for this goal is that Park was on one knee and falling over when he got his shot away. Check it out here:

YouTube credit: 100PSV4ever

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