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Peru fans take revenge on Aussie goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne by letting a bull loose on his lookalike

Jayden Collins

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Peru fans take revenge on Aussie goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne by letting a bull loose on his lookalike

The Peruvians really can’t let it go.

Australian goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne certified his position as public enemy number one when he denied Peru a place in the World Cup with his penalty save antics.

Redmayne was fondly given the nickname the ‘Grey Wiggle’ after he danced across the penalty line and guessed the right way to save Alex Eduardo Valera Sandova’s effort which sent Grahan Arnold’s side to the 2022 World Cup in style.

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It was ecstasy for Socceroos, but heartbreak for the Peruvian players and fans.

And it seems the South American nation hasn’t quite gotten over it just yet.


In a video shared by A-League Memes, it looks as if Peru are enacting their own form of revenge on the Aussie shot stopper.

The video shows a man dressed up as Redmayne, dancing in a parade down the street while pulling out the same moves made famous by the goalkeeper.

The clip then cuts to a jam-packed arena with some standalone goalposts in the middle.


Footage then shows the Redmayne look-a-like standing in between the sticks, swinging his arms and legs around.

Harmless fun so far, right?

Well, that's until a gate opened up to release an angry-looking bull heading straight for Redders.

It’s as if all the anger and frustration from the nation was bottled up and embodied into this one animal as it came charging toward the ‘Grey Wiggle’.


Of course, trying to keep some form of entertainment, the Redmayne doppelgänger tries to avoid the bull with some silky dance moves.

However, he ultimately gets balled over head first by the animal, taking the goalposts down with him.

There are equal parts cheers and screams from the onlooking audience, but their disdain for the Australian goalkeeper really shines through.


Aussies online couldn’t believe what they were watching.

One fan online tweeted: “Redmayne truly broke segments of Peruvian society.”

Another said: “Redders living rent-free in all Peruvian's heads!”

And another commented: “I think Peru is a little bit salty still.”

Regardless of letting out their frustrations, Peruvian players and fans still won’t be making the trip to Qatar in December, while Andrew Redmayne and the Socceroos.

And I think for Redmayne’s sake he should avoid Peru at all costs for the time being.

Featured Image Credit: @TheRealALM/Twitter.

Topics: Australia, Football, Football World Cup, Qatar

Jayden Collins
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