THIS is the side-splitting moment a man pushes a child to save a shot during a kids’ football match.
The hilarious footage – which has been seen almost four million times on Twitter alone – shows children playing football in a park.
This is the funny moment a man pushed a child to save a shot during a kid’s football match
One team breaks away down the pitch as people cheer on.
And the poor little goalkeeper looks frozen to the spot when the opponents bear down on goal.
But out of nowhere a dad – the ultimate ‘pushy parent’ – standing next to the post decides to take action.
He incredibly leans over and pushes the goalkeeper to the floor, with his body blocking the shot inadvertently – only for the ball to spill out to an opponent who scores on the rebound.
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The goalie saves the shot as he falls to the ground
Unfortunately the ball rebounds straight into an opponent’s path
It is understood the video was taken in mid-Wales between Bow Street Magpies FC and Ysgol Llanilar FC.
Bow Street Magpies FC chairman Wyn Lewis said it had been an “amazing save”.
He said: “It’s a bit of a laugh and it shows what can be done.”
And he joked: “We’ll be signing the goalkeeper up – with his father’s help – for a senior team.”
Hahahahaha great ‘coaching’
— Superfan Matty 🚌 (@SuperfanMicky) November 8, 2018
Nah I would have made him get the follow up as well⚽️🥅🤣
— Gary (@g4ryw) November 8, 2018
Great save, shame about the rebound
— john lousvet (@lousvet87) November 8, 2018
The viral video has attracted attention from all over the world, with some funny comments thrown in.
One wrote: “Great save, shame about the rebound.”
Another said: “Just attach a broom handle and make him a human Subbuteo keeper!”
One wrote: “Number 8 had no right to try his luck from there!”
Another added: “Should’ve held it though, dad is raging.”
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