Player misjudges massive drop when leaping over barrier to celebrate

first_img 1 E questo? Come diavolo fate a non amare l’Europa League, ditemelo che proprio non riesco a capacitarmene #europaleague— Paolo Vigo (@Pagolo) September 20, 2018After tucking away a penalty, he rushed off towards the away fans, leaped over the initial hoardings before running and jumping over a concrete blockade separating supporters from the pitch.He just didn’t see the big drop on the other side.The player disappeared from sight in front of shocked fans and team-mates before being hauled back to pitch level and carrying on with the game. Fortunately Benjamin Kololli, left, was okay after his fall That’s nothing, though, compared to the horror injury former Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman recently told talkSPORT about.“I had a little tackle with Lee Chapman when I was playing for Arsenal at Elland Road. It was a 50/50, I went down at his feet and his studs, which started just above my knee, went straight up to my meant and veg.“I was lying down and [Gordon] Strachan was standing over me saying ‘get up you southern softie’ and I thought ‘hang on, I’m northern’. Anyway, he was giving me a load of stick and when the physio came on, he saw the blood and went: ‘oh, sorry, big man.’“What had happened was that I had actually punctured my two veg, went off at half-time, got stitched back up and went out for the second half. That was back in the day.”center_img 🤢 “I’d PUNCTURED my two veg…😳 …but had it sewn up at half-time and went back out!”🗣️ @TheDavidSeaman leaves every male listener wincing with this story about a tackle… on his tackle! 😱— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) September 19, 2018 Often when falling over celebrating wildly in Cyprus, it has something to do with alcohol.For FC Zurich player, Benjamin Kololli, whose goal sealed a 1-0 Europa League win at AEK Larnaca, it wasn’t related to booze despite being a short drive from Ayia Napa.last_img read more

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