Watch comical Hull defending as goalkeeper takes out own player to gift Swansea a goal

    HULL goalkeeper Nathan Baxter sensationally tackled his TEAMMATE before gifting Swansea a goal during Saturday’s Championship clash.

    Baxter, 23, was largely at fault for Swansea’s second goal which saw Luke Cundle slot the ball into the back of an empty net from close range.

    Hull made a huge defensive error to gift Swansea a goal

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    Hull made a huge defensive error to gift Swansea a goalCredit: Sky Sports
    Baxter was largely at fault for the goal

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    Baxter was largely at fault for the goalCredit: Mike Jones/News Images

    In the 64th minute the Swans broke through on goal as Oli Cooper made his way into the box.

    The midfielder went to ground after making contact with Jacob Greaves, but the referee did not award a penalty.

    Instead the ball travelled through to Hull defender Tobias Figueiredo, who was about to clear the danger when Baxter clattered into the back of him.

    Cundle was in position to quickly pounce onto the loose ball before passing it into the bottom corner with ease.

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    Fans took to Twitter to react, with one writing: “What in the world?!”

    Another added: “Laughable.”

    A third said: “Sunday league isn’t that bad.”

    While a happy Swansea fan joked: “We (the Swans) normally give those sorta goals away. It’s nice to be on the other side of it.”

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    Swansea went on to win the game 3-0 courtesy of goals from Ryan Manning, Joel Piroe and Cundle.

    The result leaves the Swans 16th in the Championship table with 12 points.

    Meanwhile, Hull have one point less, but they are down in 20th.

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