Hull defender James Chester scored one of the funniest own goals of the season when his team fell to a 2-1 loss against West Ham at Upton Park on Wednesday night.

With the score being 1-1, a cross came into the Hull box and Chester seemed to have misjudged the bounce, causing the ball to flick off his knee, creating a rather interesting chip over his own keeper.

The Hammers earned an important victory, as they leapfrogged over Hull into 11th place, probably ensuring their safety.

Relive his horrible moment as the defender wouldn’t want to see this moment anytime soon. However, we have it on replay, so football fans around the world can witness a sneaky chip that should have gone into the right goal.

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