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Malaysian League player produces the funniest 40 seconds of the season with incredible dance and dive

Josh Lawless

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Malaysian League player produces the funniest 40 seconds of the season with incredible dance and dive

Featured Image Credit: Image: Liga Premier Malaysia

A footballer in Malaysia has gone viral after producing the most hilarious 40 seconds of football in the season.

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Sunday Afolabi of Perak FC has had fans in stitches on social media thanks to his antics in the closing stages of a surprise win over Kelentan in the Liga Premier Malaysia on Wednesday afternoon.

Perak went into the game as the league's second bottom side and were coming up against the league leaders.

But after going a goal down early on, they found themselves 2-1 up by the 20th minute and went on to hold on for a massive victory.

And of course the win was not achieved without some quite ridiculous s***housery. Five minutes from time, Afolabi, wearing the No.2 on his back, did his best impressions of Jesse Lingard and Neymar in the same sequence.

As his side prepared to take a corner, Afolabi was stood in the opposition box dancing in front of the rival fans and throwing some questionable shapes.

Image: Liga Premier Malaysia
Image: Liga Premier Malaysia

He then danced right in the face of the nearest player, bouncing up and down live he was in a rave.

There was a slight trod on the foot and immediately Afolabi threw himself to the floor as though he had been involved in quite the collision.

The amount of rolling around he did on the floor was absolutely incredible and he kept clutching his foot to add to the theatrics.

Image: Liga Premier Malaysia
Image: Liga Premier Malaysia

Some of the other players weren't having it whatsoever, though a couple showed concern and thought he was genuinely hurt.

He wasn't in the slightest and was just trying to waste some valuable time to see out the game.

There were seven minutes added on at the end - almost definitely because of the amount of time Afolabi spent on the deck - but the visitors were able to hold on.

Topics: Jesse Lingard, Neymar

Josh Lawless
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