Lost all interest in the World Cup following yet another premature exit by the Socceroos? Perhaps you never had the remotest interest in the first place?
Well, even if you’ve given up watching in the wee small hours, Russia 2018 is still throwing-up plenty of highlights and not just Robbie Williams making an utter tit of himself.
Take this morning’s England-Belgium game, won 1-0 by the Red Devils (that’s Belgium).
Following the team’s victorious goal, Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi took it upon himself for his own little victory celebration that entailed booting the ball to the heavens.
Sadly for Batshuayi, the ball careered off the goal posts and straight back into the poor bloke’s noggin, almost knocking him out.
Following the game, Batshuayi tweeted:
Check out the failed celebrations below.
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