We can honestly say we’ve never heard of anything like this before.
Luton Town romped to a 7-0 victory over Cambridge United in their League Two fixture on Saturday – but that wasn’t the main talking point surrounding the game.
Midfielder Olly Lee scored a 70-yard wonder strike in their victory, but it has been claimed that the goal could have been scored over different postcodes.
Watch the goal in the tweet below.
While the goal is impressive in itself, what is more exciting is the idea that the goal could have covered two postal areas.
At this point you should probably be asking how this can be the case.
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Well, Luton’s stadium at Kenilworth Road is situated bang in the middle of two postcodes, with the Oak Road end in LU4 and the Kenny End in LU1.
Following the impressive strike, the club were soon wondering if we could have a unique goal on our hands.
However, there is an argument to suggest that this wouldn’t be the case, as the club is registered to one address, and therefore one postcode.
The club is registered at the address of 1 Maple Road, LU4 8AW, so you could argue that the pitch is also located at the one postal area.
But in terms of where one postcode ends and the other starts, it’s all up in the air.
Let’s just give it to Olly Lee, he probably deserves it for such a strike.