Hilarious Moment GoalKeeper Takes A Drink Break While Opponents Score (VIDEO)

Hilarious Moment GoalKeeper Takes A Drink Break While Opponents Score (VIDEO)

By Metro UK on May 27, 2015

Workplace drinking is generally frowned upon – as this goalkeeper found out to the tune of over five grand recently.

During a Chinese Super League match between Chongqing Lifan and Liaoning, keeper Sui Weijie took an extremely badly-timed drinks break, allowing opposing midfielder Ding Haifeng to nip in and slot the ball into the empty net.

To be fair to him, quite how the referee allowed Liaoning’s tactic of ‘taking surprise free-kicks’ is beyond us, and the midfielder’s celebrations are in pretty poor taste.

Goalkeeper takes drinks break while opponents score, gets fined £5,000
Nah, you’re right, this is a great time to take a drinks break (Picture: YouTube)

Local media have since reported that Sui was confronted by angry supporters after the game, and that his club have fined him 50,000 Chinese Yuan (£5,200) for his mistake.

This is fine, this is all fine (Picture: YouTube)

After the match, Sui reportedly said: ‘I made a terrible mistake in Sunday’s game and let go a full three points.

‘I won’t repeat the same mistake and will never lose concentration.’

What do you mean that counted? (Picture: YouTube)

Weirdly enough, the Liaoning manager was also sipping from a water bottle at the same time, and gave a similarly priceless reaction to the goal.

chinese manager

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