In order to promote the Japanese release of the new "Godzilla: Resurgence" movie, someone in a cumbersome Godzilla costume was made to take a penalty before the J-League match between Kawasaki Frontale and FC Toyko.
With a big blue dolphin to beat, Godzilla was also tasked with dispatching the spot kick using nothing but his tail.
That went about as well as we expected.
Editor of Who Ate All The Pies (@waatpies), Chris has worked for Shortlist, Metro and a smattering of other football blogs.
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