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September 20, 2016

German goalkeeper, Kwiotek arrested for conceding 43 goals in one match

Goal keeper, Marco Kwiotek arrested for conceding 43 goals in one match

German Goalkeeper, Marco Kwiotek has been arrested by the police for conceding 43 goals in one match which saw his team SV Vonderort smashed by their local rivals PSV Oberhausen 43-0.

Goal keeper, Marco Kwiotek arrested for conceding 43 goals in one match

Goal keeper, Marco Kwiotek arrested for conceding 43 goals in one match

The goalkeeper was picked during a training session after his team lost the game.

The score was 35-0 at halftime, and at one point Vonderort, a German team consisting of refugees from Syria, Iraq and Guinea were only able to field eight players.

PSV Oberhausen felt so bad about the squared that they took off three of their own players just to even up the numbers.

Five days after the game, the police showed up at Vonderort training and arrested Kwiotek. The police gave no reason for his arrest.

However, Kwiotek was quoted saying “They just want to clear some things up” as they took him away.

But he hasn’t been seen since.

There is also some speculations the goalkeeper could have been arrested for match-fixing, but police have refused to comment on why he was arrested.