In 1/16-finals of the Copa Sudamericana, which acts as South america's pendent to the European League, was the organisation of paraguayan Independiente Camp Grande in action against Colombia's La Equidad.
As the two matches both ended 0-0, should a winner be found in the shoot-out, and here came Independientes Bendrix Parra - and should take the third of the team's penalty kick.
His attempt to mimic Antonin Panenka and chip the ball into the middle of the goal, however, was saved by goalkeeper Diego Novoa, after which the Camp Grande went on to win the shoot-out 4-3.
As if turneringsexittet was not enough punishment for Parra, as he was later shown the door by his club.
- the Board of directors took the decision, as his way to take the penalty was very irresponsible. We are all responsible for, that we have not reached on to the next round of the Copa Sudamericana, but it is true that a part in the squad was sure and gave him the blame, telling the club's president, Eriberto Gamarra, according to FourFourTwo.
the Technique won for the severity of the ground in the world of football as Andrea Pirlo used it in kvartfinalens penalty shoot-out against England at the european championships in 2010.
It is named after Antonin Panenka, who used it, when Czechoslovakia beat west Germany at the european championships in 1976.