An 11-player wall couldn't stop this indirect free kick game-winner

Indirect free kicks are exceedingly rare, which makes an indirect free kick inside the six-yard box that leads to overtime game winner one of the wildest goals you’ll see all year.

In the second period of extra time in a 3-3 game between Tulsa and Creighton, the Bluejays earned an indirect free kick in an extremely dangerous area after the Tulsa goalkeeper illegally handled a backpass.

Facing a wall of 11 Tulsa defenders just six yards away, Creighton senior Yudai Tashiro launched a shot off the free kick into the roof of the net to end the game.