Re-live: Usain Bolt's Mariners debut
Usain Bolt made his professional footballing debut as Central Coast Mariners beat Central Coast Select 6-1 in front of 9958 fans in Gosford.
The Jamaican sprint star was unleashed by head coach Mike Mulvey in the 70th minute for Michael McGlinchey and took up a position on the left side of midfield.
Bolt didn’t see much of the ball in his late cameo as players tired on both sides, however he was eager to make runs into the box and twice came close to connecting to crosses in the area.
ALL EYES ON GOSFORD: World reacts to Bolt's debut
Re-live how he got on in the live blog below.
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