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VIDEO: Cameras miss Western Sydney Wanderers goal in A-League match

Inexplicably cut away at crucial moment.

Cameras miss Jaushua Sotirio’s goal for Western Sydney Wanderers against Central Coast Mariners
(Image: Twitter/The Football Sack)

OH MY GOD. NO ACTION FOR HALF AN HOUR, AND THEY CUT AWAY WHEN THE BALL GETS PUT IN THE NET. FFS #WSWvCCM pic.twitter.com/1Sepi6GLC4

— The Football Sack (@TheFootballSack) December 7, 2018

TV coverage missed Jaushua Sotirio’s goal for Western Sydney Wanderers against Central Coast Mariners after cutting away at the crucial moment.

Wanderers were 1-0 up in the 67th minute of the Australian A-League match at the Spotless Stadium when winger Bruce Kamau’s shot was parried towards Sotirio.

Instead of focusing on the ongoing action, the camera inexplicably switches to a close-up of Kamau while Sotirio slots the rebound.

Friday night’s 2-0 win leaves Western Sydney Wanderers 6th in the table after seven games, while Central Coast Mariners are rock-bottom without a win.

Wanderers are managed by former Liverpool and Germany defender Markus Babbel, who took over in May after stints at Stuttgart, Hertha BSC, Hoffenheim and FC Luzern.

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