Goalkeeper St. Clair passes Franco Fragapane's goal in the 48th minute in a draw against New England, in Major League Soccer

The moment when a goalkeeper goes to the attacking field in the last moments of a match to try to score a goal is one of the most unusual in football.

This Saturday, goalkeeper St. Clair, from Minnesota United, went into the opponent's box and didn't score,

but managed to avoid defeat to New England, with an assist.

The game was valid for the 31st round of the Major League Soccer regular season.

While his team lost 1-0, the goalkeeper went on the attack and, after a ball hit by the defense,

dominated and played with his left foot for Argentine Franco Fragapane to score the equalizer.

In MLS, the goalkeeper goes on the attack at the end, assists and saves Minnesota from defeat; look