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Adam Doueihi Gets Absolutely Sprayed By Trash-Talking Dragons Fan

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Adam Doueihi Gets Absolutely Sprayed By Trash-Talking Dragons Fan

Adam Doueihi found himself on the wrong end of an absolute earful from a rugby league fan over the weekend.

As the Wests Tigers five-eighth was lining up to take a kick from the sideline, a bunch of Dragons supporters sitting in the crowd began screaming in his ear in a bid to put him off.

But one fan in particular truly stole the show and it ended up paying off for his beloved Red V.

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After Dragons winger Zac Cini scored a debut try, Doueihi had the chance to extend his side's lead with a difficult kick from the sideline.

But with the ocean wind whistling in across WIN Stadium in Wollongong, Doueihi faced a tough task.

And that task was made even more difficult when the Dragons spectators did their best to throw him off by shouting over his shoulder.

One bloke wearing a Dragons jersey could be seen really going for gold.

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Cupping his hand over his mouth and with veins popping out of his neck, the passionate St George fan screamed from the bottom of his lungs in Doueihi's direction and even climbed over the fencing to get closer to the action.

"Come on Doueihi, way to the right, way to the right," the bloke heckled.

Adam Doueihi. Credit: PA
Adam Doueihi. Credit: PA

And while Doueihi didn't look too phased at the time, that clearly wasn't the case as he hooked the shot left of the posts.

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"He's done his job for the Dragons, that young man on the fence," Fox Sports Australia commentator Andrew Voss said.

And when Fox League posted the hilarious footage of the incident on Instagram, Doueihi was quick to join in with the fun.

"Got me," he commented with a face palm emoji.

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Funnily enough, this isn't the first time the young Tigers star has been hammered by opposition fans on the sidelines.

Last season a Manly Sea Eagles fan went viral for hilariously offering Doueihi some kicking advice during the middle of a game.

Doueihi proved how much of a good sport he is though by simply giggling to himself after slotting the kick.

Featured Image Credit: Fox League

Topics: Rugby League, nrl, Wests Tigers, Australia

Max Sherry
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