We’re a little slow off the mark on this one. Please forgive us, we surely weren’t the only ones caught up in the excitement of the BBC relentlessly pretending the Commonwealth Games were the greatest event in the history of athletic competition.
While we were distracted, this happened in the qualifying round of the Europa League when Hungary’s Diosgyor took on FK Krasnodar of Russia. Actual Russia, not the new bits they’re stealing from everyone else.
It’s over a minute long, but give it a go because the good stuff happens in the first few seconds and then they just replay it a few times. We don’t want to ruin it for you, but let’s just say no-one comes out of it looking particularly well. Well, maybe the guy who pumped up the ball – he’s about the only person who looks to have completed his assigned task with relative success. It’s certainly not Vladimir Bystrov, the alleged striker who is the most guilty of comedic ineptitude in the piece.
It didn’t matter in the end. The Russians won the first leg 5-1 and have the second leg at home.