Football Goalkeeper Max Crocombe Urinates On The Field During Live Match, Gets Red Card

Sunday, October 29 2017

Football Goalkeeper Max Crocombe Urinates On The Field During Live Match, Gets Red Card
English soccer goalie got red card for peeing during the game © Reuters



Australia cricketer Matt Renshaw became the talking point in February earlier this year in the first Test of the series against India, after he was forced to take a ‘toilet break’ just after his partner David Warner was dismissed in the first innings. It was an act of desperation that certainly didn’t amuse his skipper Steven Smith and he was not allowed to come back again to bat at that time, though later he went on to make gritty 68 for his team. Another incident was witnessed on Saturday, this time in a football match. During a national league north game in England, Salford City Goalkeeper Max Crocombe was shown red card in the 87th minute of the match against Bradford Park Avenue for urinating near the goal post.
His desperate desire to answer the call of nature on the field was spotted by eagle-eyed officials and the referee duly wielded the red card. Initial bemusement as to the reason for his sudden departure turned to amazement when Bradford Park Avenue tweeted: “We can confirm that Crocombe has been sent off for urinating during the game. We are not joking.” 87′– We can confirm that Crocombe has been sent off for urinating during the game. We are not joking. #greenarmy (1-2)
— Bradford Park Avenue (@BPAFCOfficial) October 28, 2017


Twitterati went berserk and posted witty comments after hearing this funny news. Urine denial.
— Sean Mullan (@SDMullan) October 28, 2017 Surely that’s taking the piss…