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    Exclamation it's not my goal

    What does "to score a self goal" mean ?

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    Re: it's not my goal

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    I would guess it means to succeed in a goal that you have set for yourself.
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    Re: it's not my goal

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    It might be the same thing as scoring an "own goal" in soccer (football).
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