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He's known as one of the best comedic actors of our generation but Will Ferrell was the director for Los Angeles FC fans last night.
The Anchorman, Talladega Nights And Step Brothers star loves his football and is part of LAFC's ownership group.
And during the 2-2 draw with Vancouver Whitecaps in the MLS last night, he was on the front row, facing 'the 3252' supporters union and conducting the chants in the North end of the ground.
MLS fans get of flak for some of their cringey songs but to be fair there were some decent scenes and a whole lot of energy at the Banc of California Stadium last night.
"Jump for L.A. Football Club , Ole, Ole!" was the chant being belted out, with the fans adhering to those specific orders by bouncing up and down in stereo.
It was LAFC's final home game in their first ever season as a club and they have already achieved 57 points - the highest a team has managed in their inaugural campaign.
Bob Bradley's side, which features former Arsenal man Carlos Vela, have already secured a spot in the play-offs as going into the final game against Sporting Kansas City, who are two points ahead of the top of the table.
All they need is a motivational talk from Ferrell and they should end the regular season with a bang.