We often think of footballers as superheroes, capable of things we can only dream of – but Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea players have all proved they can be just as rubbish as us too.
There was no better example than in October 2003 when David Dunn attempted a rabona, miss-kicked the ball and fell flat on his face. In a Second City derby. Ouch.
But he’s certainly not the only player to have briefly embarrassed himself…
“@FootyVines: Danny Welbeck UNBELIEVABLE SKILLS https://t.co/OsJUsqhHRN” LOL FAIL
— Rod (@DoubleMclovin) February 10, 2014
Wahbi Khazri tries a rabona… pic.twitter.com/wDTUFVjpdN
— Terje (@ArsenalTerje) February 27, 2016
Disallowed Goals: Cristiano Ronaldo had a few great goals disallowed. Has he forgiven Nani yet? pic.twitter.com/QpqbV7chTU
— Classic Football CFS (@classicshirts) December 8, 2016
— Sporting Index (@sportingindex) July 25, 2016
19 YEARS AGO TODAY: Jamie Pollock scored THE greatest own-goal in football history. 😂👏 pic.twitter.com/ZznQR8gWqG
— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM_) November 16, 2017
— MoscowhiteTSB (@MoscowhiteTSB) August 7, 2017
— TFS Middlesbrough (@TFS_Brough) December 17, 2017
Roberto Soldado unveiled to Villarreal fans, goes to kick ball into crowd, misses. Textbook Goaldado. https://t.co/Ukq8bxQz0T
— 10 Football (@10appfootball) August 18, 2015
Iago Aspas, you will be missed. What a corner son, what a corner! https://t.co/VDGgCBWxBY
— 🇿🇦Scott🇿🇦 (@RedsOrDead) May 12, 2015
Throwback to when Cheltenham Town unleashed the greatest free-kick ever… pic.twitter.com/lwOWVII0vm
— Football Fights (@footbalIfights) September 19, 2017
“The Lionel Messi of goalkeepers.”
This is a lot harder than it sounds.
If you want to win a final, Varane’s the man.
These are bound to put a smile on your face.
Some of the most important transfers in the PL.
Except maybe Phil Jones
Would Man Utd have signed Michael Owen without it?
Think of how good these could have been.
Nineteen to get in five minutes.
We have a new Ornstein.