Player has scored three own goals for worst team ever

Three own goals by one player in 11 matches or 62 goals conceded. What's worse?

Say hello to Nedas Čeplinskas. He is an 18-year-old midfielder for Lithuanian club Dainava and is an own goal expert.

As in, he scored three own goals in his team's 10 matches.

But it's really not as bad as it seems. Dainava have conceded 62 goals in 11 matches so far this season so Čeplinskas is only responsible for 4.8% of his team's goals this season.

Plus, with three goals he is the team's leading scorer. Dainava have only scored one goal all season so Čeplinskas has trebled the entire team's output.

H/T 101GG

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