The Jamaican exatleta Usain Bolt, multiple Olympic and world champion of 100, 200 and 4×100 meters, he scored for the first time in his new stage as a footballer with the Central Coast Mariners.
The Caribbean athlete also did it twice in the friendly match against Macarthur South West United, which his team won by 0-4.
Bolt, who had been about to score with a header that went wide, opened his account in the second period, when his team was already winning by 0-2.
He received a ball in depth, he left for power and speed and beat the rival goal for bass to debut. In the second he took advantage of a lack of understanding of the goalkeeper and a defense to score an empty goal.
"Playing my first game as a starter and scoring two goals, it's a nice feeling," said the 'lightning' after the match, and expressed satisfaction to show that it is improving.
"I'm willing to be a 'Mariner' more, play at the best level and enter the team," said the world record holder of 100 and 200 meters.
The Jamaican ran with his performance to repeat ownership at the start of the Australian league that his team will have, on October 21, before the Brisbane Road.