Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt celebrates scoring a goal for A-League football club Central Coast Mariners in his first competitive start for the club against Macarthur South West United in Sydney on October 12, 2018. AFP / PETER PARKS
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Sprint legend Usain Bolt made his case for becoming a professional footballer Friday when he scored his first goals after starting up front in a preseason game for Australia's Central Coast Mariners.Bolt, 32, finished with his left foot after some slack marking on 55 minutes, celebrating with his trademark "Lightning Bolt" pose in front of more than 5,000 fans a rare turnout for a preseason game.It was the first game Bolt has started since joining the A-League club in August for an indefinite trial.Recently installed coach Mike Mulvey said he was focused on the first game of the season for the Mariners, who finished bottom of the table last season.The Mariners will face Brisbane Roar, the club Mulvey was sacked from in 2014, in their first game next Sunday.
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