The Margin: Watch as thirst costs this Duisburg goalkeeper the simplest of tap-ins

If timing is everything, mistiming is costly.

In a football match Saturday in Germany, Ingolstadt striker Stefan Kutschke was able to score an easy tap-in after Duisburg keeper Mark Flekken first appeared to stand idle in goal, conceding the scoring chance.

Caught as a spectator in his own match?

A closer look reveals that the 24-year-old Dutchman was actually going for a lengthy drink from his water bottle. He stood startled when he realized his goof.

The score equalized the match at that point. But all was not lost for Duisburg; it pulled out a 2-1 win.

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