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Antonio Rudiger Proved He's The King Of 'S**thousery' By Undoing Caoimhin Kelleher's Gloves On A Corner

Josh Lawless

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Antonio Rudiger Proved He's The King Of 'S**thousery' By Undoing Caoimhin Kelleher's Gloves On A Corner

Antonio Rudiger proved he is the Premier League's biggest s***house with his antics on a corner yesterday.

During Chelsea's 2-2 draw with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, the German international was willing to do absolutely anything to help his team.

And in the second half, Rudiger did something we're not sure we've seen in the Premier League before when he undid the gloves of Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher.


Marcos Alonso was getting ready to send in an inswinging corner and Rudiger trotted over to Kelleher.

Players standing right on the goalkeeper to try and put him off is a familiar sight in football, but Rudiger had to add a twist.

Footage doing the rounds showed the former Roma man very quickly grab hold of Kelleher's gloves and unzip the velcro.

The Irishman complained to the referee and was then seen strapping his gloves back up again.

It really is a whole new level of dark arts from Rudiger, who is all about handing his team an advantage even if the means are not exactly legal.

In October, Rudiger showed he's truly one of a kind with his celebration after winning Chelsea a penalty in the Champions League.

The Blues beat Malmo 4-0 at Stamford Bridge, with Jorginho scoring two penalties.

Rudiger won the second spot-kick after pressing high and then being bundled over, luring the defender into the challenge.

After the referee awarded the penalty, Rudiger got up off the turf with his tongue wagging.

The visual of his face with the rain pouring down was both hilarious and frightening at the same time.

Featured Image Credit: Image: Twitter

Topics: Chelsea, Liverpool, Antonio Rudiger, Premier League

Josh Lawless
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