Ademola Lookman hits cameraman with heavy shot in Bundesliga game

Ademola Lookman hits cameraman with heavy shot in Bundesliga game

- Ademola Lookman made the headlines for an unusual reason in the Bundesliga

- The 22-year-old hit a heavy shot that smacked the back of the head of a cameraman

- RB Leipzig managed to force Freiburg to a draw after conceding a first-half goal

Ademola Lookman missed the target with his right-foot shot but dis not miss the cameraman's head who received the shot like a bullet at the back of his head.

RB Leipzig were trailing Freiburg by 1-0 and the former Everton striker was brought in the 46th minute to help his side in the attack.

The 22-year-old tried his luck from 25yards as the ball swerved away from the post to smack the cameraman at the back of his head.

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Unfortunately, the cameraman was one of just 300 essential staff allowed in the stadium - happened to be placed.

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One said: "There is nobody in stadium, yet the one dude who is, gets smacked by ball in the head while not looking."

Another shrewdly pointed out: "Ironic then that the player shooting the ball is called Lookman!"

A fellow user wrote: "That is some bad luck."

One comment read: "Nobody in the stadium but Ademola Lookman still manages to take somebody's head off."

Lookman who recently claimed he would love to switch allegiance from England to Nigeria missed an absolute sitter from all of six yards out having only the keeper to beat.

But it was Danish striker Yussuf Poulsen who salvaged a draw for Leipzig in the 77th minute to cancel out Manuel Gulde's 34th-minute opener.

Leipzig dropped to fourth place and were overtaken by Borussia Dortmund who recorded a 4-0 win in a derby win over Schalke 04.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Erling Haaland has continued his goalscoring form since he joined Dortmund and the global pandemic did not seem to slow down the Norwegian striker.

The 19-year-old picked up from he left off as he became the first player to score in the Bundesliga after the coronavirus break which lasted for over two months.

Haaland opened the scoring in Dortmund's 4-0 spanking of city rivals Schalke 04 in an empty Signa Iguna Park.

A lovely pass from Thorgan Hazard from the right found the teenager inside the box as he hit it first time to make it 1-0 to the home side.

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