Ohod Goalkeeper Celebrates Clean Sheet Against Al Hilal By Doing The Worm In Front Of Opposition Fans

Introducing our new favourite bit of football shithousery courtesy of Ohod goalkeeper Abdullah Hussain Al-Oaisher, who decided to celebrate keeping a clean sheet by doing 'The Worm' in front of the Al-Hilal supporters.

Ohod are bottom of the league and looked destined for relegation but they claimed a 0-0 against league leaders Al-Hilal leaders, who have household names such as Sebastian Giovinco, Ali Al-Habsi, Bafetimbi Gomis, Carlos Eduardo and Andre Carrillo in their ranks.

And Al-Oaisher seriously enjoyed keeping those players at bay, particularly because he used to play for their title rivals Al-Nassr.

By denying them victory, he has helped his former side big-time as they could move to the top of the able if they beat Al-Hilal in next Friday's clash.

After the game, the 27-year old decided to channel his inner 'Scotty 2 Hotty' by performing the crazy Worm dance right in the view of the opposition fans, who started throwing bottles and shoes at him.


A security guard eventually got him to stop and took him down the tunnel to safety but Al-Oaisher was having the time of his life.

Another one of our favourite bits of footballing shithousery came in September when Raul Rusescu snatched tactics notes passed onto an opposition player from his manager.

During Steaua Bucharest's Europa League play-off second leg against Rapid Wien, Goran Djuricin wanted to get some vital information passed onto his players in stoppage time.

Wien went on to win 4-3 on aggregate, winning 3-1 at home and losing 2-1 to the Romanian outfit on Thursday, but Ruesca did his very best to get the team's game-plan

When the note made its way to captain Stefan Schab, Rusesca was alert and grabbed it out of his hand before he could even blink. Peak levels of sneakiness and shithousery.

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