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VIDEO: Sheffield Utd fan falls after hilarious mis-kick whilst Brentford player waits to take throw-in

A video has gone viral since last night, appearing to show a fan hilariously mis-kick whilst the Brentford player waited to take a throw-in.

The amusing scenes came late on with Sheffield United already 1-0 up thanks to Ollie Norwood scoring from the spot on the 26th minute.

The ball came bouncing over the advertising board and straight into a prepared Blades supporter, he smashed it, hoping it would waste time, however it headed for the sky only to land back into Julian Jeanvier for a throw in and the fan then fell to the ground, went back to his seat shamefully and to his Dad beside him laughing hard.

Watch that very moment for yourself in the video below…

Many other videos of the same thing were uploaded onto social media, getting seen over 500,000 times and received tens of thousands of likes and hundreds of comments.

Back to the match now and it got worse for Brentford from the fans’ mistake.

A mistake in the Brentford defence gifted promotion chasing Sheffield United a corner and from John Fleck’s delivery, Jack O’Connell won an initial header before David McGoldrick finished to make it 2-0 and cause scenes from the Kop.

The result means the Blades remain in 3rd, eyeing up a place in the top two, which are occupied by Leeds United (two points ahead) and Norwich City (a point ahead with a game in hand).

For Brentford, they have dropped to 14th from 12th but still just five points off the playoff zone.

 

After watching the hilarious moment for a Sheffield United fans mis-kicking the ball back to Romaine Sayers last night, fans took to Twitter to give their reaction, there was a huge amount of love for the guy sat laughing his head off – find out what they had to say on the next page.

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