K-Stars goal celebration goes horribly wrong

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In a hilarious new development on most idiotic footballing antics, footage has started to circulate on the internet, showing how terribly wrong a goal celebration can go if concentration and professionalism goes amiss.

In a match which pitted Zambian side K-Stars against Ferroviario of Mozambique, the latter had taken a late 1-0 lead against their opponents.

However, rather than celebrating in a traditionally conservative way, the players decide to run to a large group of primary school children who were watching the match in the stands.

However, they failed to realise that a match was still being played and were left to rue their stupidity/naivety.

Seizing the opportunity, Ferroviario made the most of their opponents' wildly over-the-top goal celebrations by scoring a quick-fire goal whilst half of the K-Star team, including the (relatively) vital goalkeeper, were still celebrating their short-lived lead with the schoolchildren. 


Although pessimists will point to the fact that the opposition's goal was unattended to when a Ferroviario player took it upon himself to punish the modestly-named K-Stars for their naivety, lets not forget that the goal was scored from an impressive 50 yards, with just the correct amount of power and height as the onrushing keeper attempted to atone for his error. 

All antic-loving footballers have now been warned. Yes, you may elaborately celebrate a goal, but at your own risk and peril as the kindly-named K-Stars of Zambia so hilariously found out.

After watching the astonishing footage, some would even say that Mozambique have found a new David Beckham within their ranks...

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