Paris Saint-Germain forward Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting has apologised for what's been dubbed "the greatest miss of all time", which could have sealed the Ligue 1 title at the Parc des Princess.
The Cameroon global opened the scoring for the Parisians as he scored his third goal this season.
Strasbourg, fresh from victory in the French League Cup final, were not about to go down without a fight and quickly levelled things up.
The youngster's effort appeared goalbound until the onrushing Choupo-Moting somehow, needlessly, stopped it on the line and failed to turn it home, denying his side a second.
Amid disbelieving looks from teammates, with the score at 1-1 in the first half, Choupo-Moting accidentally prevented a goal for his team despite the ball being about to cross the goal-line. In the 28th minute of a 1-1 game, Nkunku has a cross that was tipped and was spinning its way toward the back of the net for a goal, but Choupo-Moting made the freakish decision to try to play it.
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Christopher Nkunku's shot was about to go in when the former Stoke striker touched the ball, deflected it against the post and left it sitting on the goal line in PSG's 2-2 draw with Strasbourg.
PSG were forced to wait to clinch the championship following a shock 2-2 draw at home to Strasbourg, which was headlined by Choupo-Moting's incredible howler on Sunday. "I don't know what I'd clock now but I'm very confident about getting in behind defenders".
Mbappe and PSG's manager Thomas Tuchel came out in support of the misfiring striker.
Manager Tuchel also reacted to the incident, saying: "I think he's lacking confidence. He's not here to start every game but he is at the moment because we have a lot of injuries", Tuchel said.