With the “miss of the century,” a Benfica player squanders a chance to overcome Barcelona.

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With the “miss of the century,” a Benfica player squanders a chance to overcome Barcelona.

Haris Seferovic had the chance to put Benfica in the Champions League knockout rounds, but instead of burying the ball in Barcelona’s net, he pushed it wide of the post in what has been dubbed “the worst mistake ever.”

Some supporters have dubbed Haris Seferovic’s injury-time blooper against Barcelona “the worst miss ever.”

The 29-year-old was a member of the Portuguese team that met Xavi’s side in the Champions League group stage, and his effort at an open goal was widely mocked online.

Although the game ended 0-0, Benfica had a chance to take all three points and secure their place in the knockout stages when their Swiss striker received the ball through on goal in the 93rd minute and managed to beat Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

However, his subsequent shot went wide of the post, and both teams were awarded a point.

The miss drew a lot of attention online, with some people calling it one of the worst misses they’d ever seen.

“That is the worst miss I have ever seen in football by Haris Seferovic of Benfica,” one person wrote. Barca has gotten a huge break. It’s a 0-0 draw.” “Seferovic with the miss of the century,” commented another. “Nobody ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, “How in the world could Seferovic miss this?” someone wondered. “Seferovic???” penned a sixth. WHAT? “The season’s biggest miss.” Have you ever witnessed a more egregious miss than Haris Seferovic’s? Let us know what you think in the comments area.

Benfica, who are in third place in Group E with five points, must now win Dynamo Kyiv in their final game and hope that Barcelona, who are in second place with seven points, either draws or loses against Bayern Munich to advance to the knockout stages.

The Ukrainians and Barca have the identical goal difference, so all they need is a positive deficit to catch up to the Catalans.

Meanwhile, Jorge Jesus, Benfica’s manager, said Seferovic’s stoppage-time blunder was the worst he’d seen ‘in 30 years.’

“I’ve never seen anything like this in my 30 years as a coach, yet it happened,” says the coach “According to CNN Portugal, Jesus said. “To Benfica and to me.” Nonetheless, the coach expressed his pride in his team’s efforts and stated that he feels they are capable of finishing second on the table.

“We left while the team made opportunities. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.

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