Usain Bolt football fans with first professional goals

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The A-League side played against Macarthur South West United in a friendly, with Bolt firing home two goals. Maybe Bolt's two goals on Friday will help seal the deal.

Players past and present weighed in on the 32-year-old's 75-minute showing, as well as the world's leading sports media outlets, and it appears all are on board with Bolt's professional football bid.

"I'm here to prove to the world, as I said, that I can be a footballer", Bolt said during a press conference on Friday, according to an ESPN video.

"The coach said to me, you'll get chances, you'll score some, you'll miss some, don't put your head down, keep your head up and try for the next one", he said.

This time his reviews were more positive, though his first touchs were rated as "heavy" and "Bolt give up possession easily as he struggled to make any real impact", ESPN said.

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"I think I've improved in every area".

"You've got to be so happy for the guy, haven't you?" It is unclear when Bolt will play next.

"I think my touch is that little bit better".

The Jamaican then capitalised on a defensive mix-up to score his second just after the hour mark before being substituted with the score at 4-0.

"He fits in very well and he has made enormous improvements".

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The Mariners begin the A-League regular season on October 21 in Brisbane against the Roar.

A glorious opportunity came and went for Bolt just before the interval as he headed wide from Oar's searching cross, with Murray showing him how it should be done soon after.

After a few months of training at Borussia Dortmund, Bolt shifted to Mariners in Australia to live his footballing career.

"Although running in a straight line is what he's known for, it's a much more hard task with a football at your feet". "I've learnt how to set my body and where to place the ball".

Jamaican runner Usain Bolt is an 11-time world champion and holds the world record for both the 100 and 200-meter sprints, which he broke in 2009.

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