On Saturday night, Spain defender Laia Codina blasted an incredible own goal past her keeper to give Switzerland an equalizer in their round of 16 match at the FIFA Women's World Cup.
After a bad incident in the 11th minute of her first World Cup debut at Eden Park, she made apologies by scoring Spain's fourth goal in the first half.
Cata Coll of Spain was making her debut senior appearance when Codina attempted a ball back roughly 40 meters from her goal that went horribly awry.
Coll was helpless to stop Codina's overhit, looping pass that sailed into her net to tie the game at 1-1 in Auckland.
Switzerland's players and staff scarcely rejoiced, while Spain rushed to the field in an attempt to move on from Codina's foolish error.
It was the tournament's seventh own goal. One more goal in the knockout stages would equal the World Cup record of eight goals set in France in 2019.
Her teammates were unfazed because Spain quickly regained the lead.
They took the lead in the fifth minute thanks to Aitana Bonmat's score, and Alba Redondo made it 2-1 six minutes later, following Codina's own goal.