An epic fail of a free-kick routine in Brazil is going viral and it is genuinely one of the worst you'll see this season.
The unlucky team under scrutiny is Vasco da Gama U20s who attempted an elaborate free-kick routine.
They were awarded a free-kick, around 35-40 yards from goal with their opponents holding a very high line.
Two Vasco da Gama players stood over the ball as they prepared to create a chance.
Once the match referee blew his whistle, both Vasco da Gama players held back from taking it - with one of the players running past the ball while the other dummied a run down the line.
There appeared to be something spectacular in the works - something that has been drilled over and over again in training... Nope, think again.
Back to the training ground with this routine, lads.:confused: pic.twitter.com/hxj2F9HW73- #shareyourgame (@MyCujoo) March 11, 2021
So, the player who ran past the ball then swiftly took it, passing to the player who made the dummy run.
But the ball rolled past him which brought an end to a truly awful, awful set-piece.
Needless to say, the comical free-kick routine sent social media into overdrive.
One Twitter user wrote: "I was waiting for it all to come together into something genius that nobody had ever done before."
A second tweeted: "I was expecting someone to teleport down to the by-line or something. No, turns out it was just sh*t."
A third added: "I was looking for a free kick of Roberto Carlos proportions."
Better luck next time, lads.
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