Armenia international goalkeeper APOULA EDEL of Paris St. Germain makes an outrageous, one-handed save while on his back from the rebound attempt of Borussia Dortmund’s Japan international midfielder SHINJI KAGAWA (23) in the 90th minute of the early November UEFA Europa League match at the Parc des Princes in the capital city of France. (Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images)
Bundesliga leaders BORUSSIA DORTMUND can only muster a 2-2 draw with La Liga side FC SEVILLA in Andalusia, then, and, thus, remove themselves from the UEFA Europa League for the 2010-11 campaign…
In retrospect, the sensational double save — particularly from the rebound shot — pulled off by Armenia international goalkeeper APOULA EDEL of Paris St. Germain in the dying moments of the match with die Schwarzgelben at the Parc des Princes is, perhaps, where Borussia Dortmund’s hopes essentially died.
For the benefit of those who may have missed the match report here at BETWEEN THE STICKS, the blog presents a re-post of the remarkable highlight involving PSG keeper Edel and the attacking Bourssia Dortmund international pair of Poland striker ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI and Japan midfielder SHINJI KAGAWA.
APOULA EDEL’s double save