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Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, the Icelandic actor who plays The Mountain on Game of Thrones has had a bit of a nightmare on Twitter tonight.
He decided to cheer on his team, who played France in their European Championship quarter final tonight, by tweeting this...However, by the time he had posted it Iceland were already 1-0 down, and just seconds from falling 2-0 behind.
Unlucky mate, looks like they didn't need your 'good luck' after all.
The replies weren't in his favour.
@ThorBjornsson_ hahaha fuckinghell mountain wrong time to post :joy:
- MÖŴKĘŶ (@BigSmokaz) July 3, 2016
@ThorBjornsson_ Not affraid at all pic.twitter.com/kJKxfxl7KR
- Chris of Paris (@chrisofparis) July 3, 2016
To be fair to him he must have been buoyed by his country's recent win over England.
But as France have proved throughout the tournament they're not quite as shit as England are.
The scoreline finished 5-2 to France in the end, but Iceland's fan can still be proud of their performance in the tournament considering what massive underdogs they were.
Words by James Dawson
Featured Image Credit: Twitter
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