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Eric Bailly continued to be an absolute madman during Manchester United's visit of Young Boys at Old Trafford this evening.
There's nobody like the Ivorian, who often ends up producing complete and utter hilarity whenever he's on the pitch.
Tonight, he decided to start spinning around like a superhero for no reason whatsoever - getting dizzy with it on two occasions in the first half.
First off, he made a brilliant recovery tackle to come across to the left-hand side and snuff out a Young Boys attack.
He put the ball out for a throw-in and then proceeded to do his best Booker T 'Spinaroonie' impression before getting up as normal.
It was so unnecessary yet brilliant at the same time.
Eric Bailly is box-office 🔥🤣 pic.twitter.com/Wmgwta2b7j— Kawowo Sports (@kawowosports) December 8, 2021
Eric Bailly is out here doing Superheroe spins fam. Even finished it off like spiderman😭😭 pic.twitter.com/YkmpcVbhMl— SIUUUUUUU🔰 (@UtdJChinkZ9) December 8, 2021
Eric Bailly is built different 😂 pic.twitter.com/PETejyuZEf— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) December 8, 2021
Eric Bailly determined to add to his Twitter thread of full-blooded madness tonight. #mufc— Samuel Luckhurst (@samuelluckhurst) December 8, 2021
I absolutely love Eric Bailly. He makes everything look so dramatic yet elegant.— DILLINGER 👹 (@DillanMUFC) December 8, 2021
Not too long after, Bailly was it again. This time he made a crucial block to deny a dangerous effort and then immediately spun around on the turf because, why not?
And for the hat-trick, the former Villarreal man ended up colliding with the post in the second half and was feeling it for a brief few moments.
There is never, ever, a dull moment with Bailly around. The latest Spiderman is released soon but we reckon Tom Holland has got some fierce competition.
United had already topped their group following the win over Villarreal last time out and drew 1-1, with Mason Greenwood opening the scoring.
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