Lightning Bolt strikes twice in memorable Mariners clash

Posted October 12, 2018

Eight-time Olympic champion Bolt - who is on trial with Central Coast Mariners - is desperate to secure a professional contract with the Australian side.

His second goal came in the 68th minute when he took advantage of a defensive blunder and tapped in an empty-netter.

"I'm just happy that I got a chance and I'm proud of myself", Bolt told Fox Sports after the game.

'I'm keen to be a Mariner, to play my best and get into the team'.

With the Mariners 2-0 ahead, and after previously sending a header wide of the post, Bolt netted his first goal, peeling away from a defender and firing beneath the goalkeeper.

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Despite having the experience of Tommy Oar and Ross McCormack alongside him in attack, heavy first touches saw Bolt give up possession easily as he struggled to make any real impact.

Judging by his previous appearances in Soccer Aid, as well as Borussia Dortmund training, we're guessing that Bolt would be given a Bronze, 62-rated ST card respectively.

The goal was marked in a style only he could muster - by striking the famous "lightning bolt" pose usually reserved for track victories.

At 32, it's unlikely Usain Bolt is ever really going to set the heather alight in a top, top league, but he has described playing professional football as a "dream".

In their final game before competitive football returns in Australia, Central Coast smashed their amateur counterparts 4-0.

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Central Coast would grab their second before the interval, former APIA Leichhardt goal fiend Jordan Murray nodding home from a corner. This is what I worked towards.

"I'm here to prove to the world, as I said, that I can be a footballer".

It's hard to know whether any of this will convince the Mariners to now sign Bolt up, or continue to play him in a series of meaningless trial matches while they rack up thousands of views and unprecedented publicity.

"My positioning is much better, I'm doing much more in space, I'm running in space much better".

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