POOL fans were left scratching their heads after a freak incident at the Mosconi Cup.
David Alcaide hit a "one-in-ten-million" shot in his match with USA's Shane Wolford.
The Spanish star, 44, his a shot into the middle of a corner pocket only to see the ball somehow bounce back out and on to the table.
As a result, the commentator was left in shock.
He said: "It came straight out of the pocket.
"It actually seems to start going below ground and then pops its head back up again.
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"That is absolutely incredible."
"You might see that once in ten million shots, if even that."
Fans of the Mosconi Cup were also confused as they took to social media.
One posted: "Well it did go in. A freak I know but he's potted that ball."
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A second wrote: "Flaw in the table. Not acceptable."
A third suggested: "There is a ball in the pocket, it's gone in then bounced back out, off the other ball."
A fourth added: "This is mental how it’s not stayed in."
Alcaide however was not made to pay for his unfortunate miss.
The European went on to win the match and help his team win the Mosconi Cup over the Americans.
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