Sydney - Sprint legend Usain Bolt scored his first goals in professional
football Friday after starting up front in a pre-season game for
Australia's Central Coast Mariners.
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The 100 metres world
record-holder, who is bidding for a professional contract, recovered
from a painful kick in the groin to grab a double against Macarthur
South West United in Sydney.
Bolt, 32, finished with his left foot
after some slack marking on 55 minutes, celebrating with his trademark
'Lightning Bolt' pose.
The Jamaican then capitalised on a
defensive mix-up to score his second on 69 minutes before being
substituted six minutes later with the score at 4-0.
It was the first game Bolt has started since joining the A-League club in August for an indefinite trial.