& # 39; Jump for LA football club – Ole! & # 39 ;: Co-owner and Hollywood star Will Ferrell exaggerate his followers during the MLS clash with Vancouver Whitecaps
- Hollywood star Will Ferrell has been cheering for LAFC supporters on Sunday
- Ferrell, who is one of the owners of the MLS club, made from the front
- The 51-year-old sang along with the fans while LAFC played Vancouver Whitecaps.
- He finished 2-2 leaving LAFC two points from the top of the Western Conference
Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline
While Will Ferrell is one of the joint owners of LAFC, he certainly has not refused to fully immerse himself with the club's fans after it was recorded directing songs on Sunday afternoon.
The Step Brothers and the Anchorman star helped exaggerate fanatical fans while the MLS team played at the Vancouver Whitecaps in Los Angeles.
Driving from the front, the 51-year-old directed the song "Jump for the Los Angeles Football Club" as the camera took the panorama to see the supporters sing in unison.
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Hollywood star Will Ferrell (center) has been cheering for LAFC supporters on Sunday afternoon
Ferrell led from the front as the fans sang & # 39; Jump for the Los Angeles football club & # 39; in Los Angeles.
Ferrell, who is one of the co-owners of the club, cut an animated figure while enjoying singing
The crowd that ran out at the Banc of California Stadium was very happy after Diego Rossi scored a quick fire key in the first 15 minutes.
Jose Yordy Reyna Serna retired one for the Whitecaps seven minutes after Rossi's second before Crystal Palace borrower Jordon Mutch moved up in the middle of the second half.
The comeback did not appease the spirit of the hosts, as they expected a draw.
LAFC is now two points off the top of the western conference as it looks towards the playoffs, which begin at the end of the month.
The 51-year-old helped invest in the club after it was founded four years ago.
The noisy crowd jumped from left to right as they watched LAFC's 2-2 draw with Vancouver