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Patrice Evra gets bum pinched by Tottenham fan

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Most professional footballers would probably feel nervous when their momentum takes them over the advertising hoarding and into the fans, especially when they are for the opposition.

This is because Premier League football is a passionate game and supporters have got carried away before, but Manchester United star Patrice Evra got a bit of a shock during his side's 2-2 draw against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon.

The Old Trafford left-back getting stuck into the action when he happened to fall into the first row of Spurs fans. Usually fans behave impeccably, or at least not terribly, when this happens and help the particular player get back onto their feet and back in the game.

Evra probably couldn't have predicted the actions of a cheeky Spurs fan, who chose an unusual method for trying to unsettle the Manchester United man - as he was being helped up, she leaned over and gave his bum a little pinch.

Vera didn't quite know how to react, but the man who was directly behind him and helped him back up probably didn't appreciate his neighbour's mischief, as Evra turned around and appeared to accuse him of being the pincher!

Watch Manchester United's Patrice Evra get his bum pinched buy a cheeky Tottenham fan above...

(Shout out to 101GreatGoals for bringing the video to our attention)

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