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Wild celebrations: Hungarian ice hockey player smashes protective glass after scoring first career goal (VIDEO)

Wild celebrations: Hungarian ice hockey player smashes protective glass after scoring first career goal (VIDEO)
Hungarian ice hockey player Marko Csollak has demonstrated his acrobatic skills after shattering the glass and tumbling over the boards while celebrating scoring his first goal.

It took place during a game between local sides MAC HKB Ujbuda and Fehervari when Csollak leapt in celebrations after netting his first career Erste Liga goal.

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The MAC HKB Ujbuda forward rammed into the glass which collapsed under his weight sending him flying over the boards.

Fortunately for the athlete his flying somersault didn’t lead to serious injury as he quickly returned to the ice afterwards.

The game resumed after new protective glass was installed.

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