Venezuelan Striker Eduard Bello Celebrates By Jumping Into Stands To Ask Girlfriend To Marry Him
If there was a celebration to earn you an infinite amount of brownie points with the missus, then Venezuelan striker Eduard Bello has officially won the game.
Shortly after opening the scoring in the first minute, C.D Antofagasta's prolific striker sprinted over to the stands and approached his girlfriend, who couldn't quite believe her eyes.
As you see in the above footage, the 23-year-old seems to grab a ring from a member of the coaching staff before going down on one knee to propose.
Bello soon receives the good news and proceeds to embrace his now fiancee while fans applauded the happy couple.
El venezolano Eduard Bello le pidió matrimonio a su novia tras anotar un gol. ES TODO LO QUE ESTÁ BIEN (?) pic.twitter.com/LqHt2l3O6b- Mundo :soccer: Hinchadas (@MundoHincha) October 28, 2018
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GOOOOOOOOOOL CTM SAN EDUARD BELLO- Camilo (@camilopzrr) October 28, 2018
:soccer::flag_cl:#TorneoChilenoLT ' Momentos: el venezolano Eduard Bello marca un gol y corre hacia la tribuna para pedirle matrimonio a su pareja. Sigue el relato en vivo :point_right: https://t.co/9CfIos1Xrv- El Deportivo LT (@ElDeportivoLT) October 28, 2018
Everton 0-1 Antofagasta pic.twitter.com/ZkCRraU16K
From this incredible celebration to the darn right unlucky in a completely different sport.
Freddie Burns cost Bath an opening round win the Heineken Champions Cup against Toulouse by dropping the ball after he'd gone over the line and had already begun celebrating.
Bath opened their campaign at the Rec against Toulouse. A good first 40 minutes saw them take a 17-12 lead but a second half converted try by Sofiane Guitoune and a penalty gave the French side a 20-22 lead.
Five minutes to go...- Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) October 13, 2018
Chance to win the game...
"Oh he's dropped it!"
A brutal moment for Bath star Freddie Burns :persevere: pic.twitter.com/K7S578Rdwx
With just five minutes to go Burns, having scored a try in the first half, broke free and as he celebrated ran under the sticks, only to drop the ball thanks to Maxime Medard's intervention.
Oh the joys of celebrations!