Disabled pitch intruders, 15 own goals and many near misses: the hilarious A-league bloopers that will have you in it
- Hilarious Australian A-league bloopers will make you laugh
- The video & # 39; s collection is described as & # 39; world-class specialist bloopers & # 39;
- A man on crutches who wore a moon boot avoided the safety and walked on the field
- Players were unable to connect the ball to the net from just two meters from the net
- A player fell into the net and forced the game to take a 45-minute break to replace it
From pitch-intruders to entertaining goals and near misses, these are the hilarious A-league bloopers that will stab you.
When a new season of the Australian A-League is coming to an end, the latest accidents, near-accidents and blunders in the field are posted on YouTube.
& # 39; Do you want to see a disabled streaker? Hyundai A-League. How about a 45-minute break to change the goal posts mid-game? Hyundai A-League, & the caption reads.
When a new season of the Australian A-League comes to an end, the latest accidents, near-accidents and on-pitch blunders are gathered for your entertainment
Another moment lets enthusiastic Sydney FC fans congratulate players and break the front barrier, making them fall together
& # 39; Welcome to a competition where a player misses an open goal 2 meters off, is not even considered a top 10 blooper. & # 39;
One of the best moments of the season was when a man on crutches and moonlit interrupted a Sydney FC and Central Coast Mariners match by paving his way to the field.
Footage showed the pitch intruder holding his crutches up to the crowd while standing in the target box.
The referee, frustrated by the robbery in the game, then saw a signal to security to get the man off the field before three staff members escorted him from the field.
Many thought it was funny, wondering how a man on crutches had avoided safety and how long it took.
Hilarious Australian A-league bloopers will make you laugh, such as this moment where a coach told cameras to leave
Another hilarious moment occurred when players failed to score a goal, even though they only came out two meters with nothing in their path.
The video also shows the moment players accidentally fly over barriers.
Another clip shows enthusiastic Sydney FC fans congratulating players and breaking down the front barrier, making them fall apart.
In another hilarious blunder, a Perth Glory player fell into the net and forced the game to take a 45-minute break before the goals to be replaced.
In another hilarious blunder, a Perth Glory player fell into the net and forced the game to take a 45-minute break before the goals to be replaced
Other laughable moments are embarrassing moments where players failed to connect the ball to the net from just two meters
The video also shows how the cringe-worthy moment Japanese midfielder Keisuke Honda looked red after his verdict disappointed him at a press conference.
The 32-year-old spoke of a knee injury that prevented him from playing football for three months when he seemed to use the F-word.
"I have to take care of myself, it's bad, but it's real, it's a fact," said Honda, at which point his coach Kevin Muscat attacked and said: "Fact!" Fact, he said. & # 39;
The whole room roared with laughter before Honda realized how it could have sounded, turned to Muscat and said, “Fact, sorry. My statement can be bad. & # 39;
Muscat then said with a smile: & # 39; I understood you, but they were … fact. & # 39;
Published on YouTube, the video & # 39; s collection is described as & # 39; world class bloopers & # 39;
A hilarious clip shows that Japanese midfielder Keisuke Honda looked red after his statement disappointed him at a press conference
& # 39; Welcome to a competition where a player misses an open goal 2 meters off, is not even considered a top 10 blooper & # 39; on the caption
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