Published: 16:31, 20 December 2018
| Updated: 16:53, 20 December 2018
A crushing victory for a women's football team has created a contender for the most bizarre goal scored this season.
The scoreline of the 12-0 win for Maidstone United Women against Prince of Wales FC from Canterbury is not the only fond memory the home fans at the Gallagher Stadium remember from the Kent Women's Plate third round tie.
Footage from the game has been viewed thousands of times due to what one viewer called a "truly incredible" own goal.
The unfortunate own goal. Video: Stones TV
With the Stones already 2-0 up, a pass from the left hand side in the 15th minute looked to have been intercepted by Prince of Wales' goalkeeper.
Instead the ball bounced under her feet, before a defender's blunder put the ball into the path of Stones' striker Natalie Stacey.
Stacey seized upon the ball, but her shot looked to be going wide.
That is until a third mistake from the Prince of Wales' defence.
Highlights from the game show a player try and let the ball run out for a corner.
Instead it clips her heel and the ball is turned into the net, with the player falling over in the process.
By the time the ball crosses the line, three Prince of Wales players had wound up on the floor.
Things went from bad to worse for Prince of Wales, who would end of losing the game 12-0.
Maidstone United Women are now in the quarter finals of the Kent Women's Plate.
They will face either Faversham Strike Force Ladies First or current holders Bromley FC Ladies.