Consadole Sapporo's Anderson Lopes fell ten feet leaping over a barrier after scoring against Shimizu S-Pulse in the J1 League
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VIDEO: Player falls ten feet after jumping over hoarding celebrating goal in Japanese match

Unexpected plunge for Brazilian on his home debut.



Consadole Sapporo’s Anderson Lopes fell ten feet when he jumped over an advertising hoarding celebrating a goal against Shimizu S-Pulse.

It was the Brazilian striker’s first home game for the J1 League side, which would explain his unfamiliarity with the layout of their Sapporo Dome stadium.

札幌ドームの構造を知らず3mのゴール裏に落下していくアンデルソンロペス pic.twitter.com/3ajeBk9ygk

— 荒田克樹 (@katsuki1227) March 9, 2019

After scoring his second of Saturday’s match, he celebrated by leaping over a barrier – only to encounter an unexpectedly steep drop.

He plunged around three metres and was attended to by medical staff as he lay reeling on the floor, no doubt stunned.

Japonya Ligi'nde Consadole Sapporo'nun Shimizu S-Pulse'u 5-2 mağlup ettiği karşılaşmda 4 gol atan Anderson Lopes'in gol sevincinde yaşadığı talihsiz anlar!pic.twitter.com/6DxAvTaVYa

— Fanatik (@fanatikcomtr) March 9, 2019

Fortunately he emerged unscathed from the fall and went on to take his personal tally to four goals in a 5-2 win that took them 2nd in the Japanese top flight.