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Phil Jones managed to save his own overhead kick against Kristiansund on Tuesday night

Phil Jones left red-faced by latest gaffe after saving his own overhead kick during Manchester United’s victory over Kristiansund

  • Jones managed to save his own overhead kick in friendly on Tuesday night
  • Referee refused to spare his blushes, awarding a foul to the Norwegian team 
  • He has been mocked for desperate defending and comical facial expressions
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Hapless Phil Jones provided another hilarious highlight during Manchester United’s low-key friendly in Norway.

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The defender has been mocked for his trademark mix of desperate defending and comical facial expressions.

And Jones was left red-faced by somehow managing to save his own overhead kick against Kristiansund on Tuesday night.

Phil Jones managed to save his own overhead kick against Kristiansund on Tuesday night

Phil Jones managed to save his own overhead kick against Kristiansund on Tuesday night

The Manchester United defender has been routinely mocked for his comical facial expressions

The Manchester United defender has been routinely mocked for his comical facial expressions

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The Manchester United defender has been routinely mocked for his comical facial expressions

And the referee refused to spare his blushes, awarding a foul to the Norwegian team during the first-half. 

Fans were quick to stick the boot into Jones.

One fan wrote: ‘Only Phil Jones can get called for a handball on his own bicycle attempt.’

Manchester United beat Kristiansund in a friendly in Oslo, Norway on Tuesday night

Manchester United beat Kristiansund in a friendly in Oslo, Norway on Tuesday night

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Manchester United beat Kristiansund in a friendly in Oslo, Norway on Tuesday night

Another joked: ‘You can always rely on Phil Jones for a bit of comedy.’ 

Juan Mata won and converted a last-minute penalty as Manchester United claimed a 1-0 victory on Tuesday night. 

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