Leeds under-23 side earned a 2-2 draw against Sheffield Wednesday at Thorp Arch to stretch their unbeaten run to six games in the Professional Development League.
While it was a competitive match on the whole, the start was pretty shaky as both sides got their openers through own goals inside the first thirty minutes.
The first of those was especially comical and came with barely two minutes into the game as Sheffield stabbed themselves in the foot when Defender Ciaran Brennan played an innocuous ball to goalkeeper Cameron McCullogh, who took a touch and somehow just let it roll over the line.
It was one of the most bizarre things to watch as no Leeds player was near the keeper putting pressure and there was no real power in the pass, but his touch was so bad that he managed to conjure a goal out of nowhere.
Check out the hilarious own goal below: