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While 2019 has proved to be one of the finest years of sporting achievement in living memory, it has also provided a few less stellar moments on and off the field.
From miscommunications, slip-ups and fumbled tries, the year has been scattered with some truly unforgettable moments of hilarity that proved even elite sporting stars are fallible.
Here,Sportsmailguides you through the best sporting gaffes of 2019.
Nathan Lyon bungled the run-out chance that would have won Australia the Ashes
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting produced a memorable gaffe early this year for PSG
ERIC MAXIM CHOUPO-MOTING v Strasbourg
Having done little of note in a short but sour spell at Stoke, many fans were bemused to see Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting turn up at Paris Saint-Germain in 2018.
Five goals in 32 games for a side that suffered relegation did not quite seem to justify a move to the French giants, who have ambitions of conquering Europe.
He has not set Ligue 1 alight since his move, with the nadir coming in April of this year against Strasbourg.
Is this the worst miss of all time? 😂
Eyebrows were raised when PSG signed Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting from relegated Stoke City…
But this is something else 👀 pic.twitter.com/zSudeXAl1b
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 7, 2019
Handed a chance to impress with leading lights Neymar and Kylian Mbappe rested, Choupo-Moting did exactly the opposite.
As Christopher Nkunku’s chip headed towards goal, Choupo-Moting raced in to complete the tap-in, but somehow only sent the ball backwards on the line.
A truly spectacular miss that seems a quite accurate summary of the striker’s recent career.
Choupo-Moting tries to tap the ball in but inadvertently prevents it from crossing the line
NATHAN LYON v England
Amid an extraordinary summer of cricket, there is one particular moment, perhaps, that will live long in the memory for some.
With Ben Stokes smashing Australia around the park in
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