Celebrating wins during athletic events are usually full of joy and spree… Until someone gets hurt and kicked in the balls!
It was a dramatic victory for the Charlton Athletic Football Club after a stoppage-time penalty from Karlan Grant led the game to their last-gasp win over Accrington. While in jubilee over the late 1-0 slam, a fan running towards the players slipped and hit Arsenal loanee Krystian Bielik right where it hurts.
“My Balls Are Fine”
After a shot from midfielder Ben Reeves bounced off the hand of a defender in the penalty box, Charlton Athletic scored their last-minute win at The Valley. It was a calm hit from the sport on Grant’s end, putting all the players, fans and team staff in celebration.
The players gathered on their corner to send celebratory hugs to everyone while some local supporters couldn’t help but jump along with the team in glee. As they were running towards the winners, one particular supporter lost his footing over the grass.
The overexcited fan slipped while running towards his team’s players, accidentally throwing a leg up and hitting Bielik’s groin hard. Every guy knows how bad it would hurt if you get kicked in the balls.
The Arsenal loanee writhed in pain and unfortunately, it took a while before his team and staff noticed the damage. The fan evidently felt sorry for the accident but he had no choice but go back to his seat without a proper apology.
AFC Loan Watch uploaded the epic footage on Twitter writing: “Video: A Charlton fan accidentally collides with Krystian Bielik in the celebrations following their injury-time winner against Accrington Stanley earlier today. Hopefully, he’s OK!”
Video: A Charlton fan accidentally collides with Krystian Bielik in the celebrations following their injury time winner against Accrington Stanley earlier today. Hopefully he's OK! #AFC pic.twitter.com/fDYSgVN9CT
— AFC LoanWatch (@AFC_Loanwatch) January 19, 2019
Though it sure looked painful, it didn’t become a huge concern for the winning team after a while, with Bielik himself writing ‘my balls are fine.’ And while this may seem like a grand epic celebration in a sporting event, mixed martial arts has a lot more concerning versions.
Watch the footage below:
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Gepostet von Proper Sport am Samstag, 17. November 2018
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/AFC Loan Watch