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Molly-Mae Hague issues one-word reaction after Tommy Fury's embarrassing mistake at Soccer Aid

Molly-Mae Hague issues one-word reaction after Tommy Fury's embarrassing mistake at Soccer Aid

Tommy Fury's other half Molly-Mae Hague has weighed in his hilarious Soccer Aid moment.

Molly-Mae Hague has reacted after other half Tommy Fury produced the most hilarious moment at this year's Soccer Aid.

Fury made his second appearance in the UNICEF charity match, again lining up for the Rest of the World side that he qualifies for through his parents.

He came off the bench at the end of the first half, playing on the right wing and wearing the number zero to celebrate his number of losses inside the boxing ring.

The 25-year-old is a staunch Manchester United fan but his showing on Soccer AM proved that his strikes are definitely better in the squared circle than on the pitch.

Fury's very first contribution was a complete mis-kick where he hit the turf but then his best was to come.

When the ball went out for a throw-in, the boxer mistakenly thought he could roll the ball in.

And with his underarm, he did exactly that in a bowling-like sequence. His teammates were left stunned as a retake was ordered.

Image: X/@sammarkdoherty
Image: X/@sammarkdoherty

Over on the bench, Mauricio Pochettino and his coaching staff were in absolute stitches after seeing Fury fail to understand the rules.

Eden Hazard, making his return at Stamford Bridge, also erupted into laughter as he grabbed the ball.

Molly-Mae, Fury's long-term partner and mother of his child Bambi, was watching from the stands.

She shared a screenshot from TNT Sports of Fury's moment of madness, branding his antics as "Iconic".

Image: Instagram/@mollymae
Image: Instagram/@mollymae

After a winless run which extended back to 2018, England finally claimed a victory with an emphatic 6-3 triumph.

Steven Bartlett, host of the Diary of the CEO podcast, was the hero, bagging a second-half brace.

Joe Cole, Ellen White, Jermain Defoe and Theo Walcott were also on target for Frank Lampard's side as £15 million was raised for underprivileged children around the world.

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Featured Image Credit: ITV & YouTube / Molly Mae

Topics: Tommy Fury, Soccer Aid