We are sure you are hooked on to the FIFA World Cup. It’s nearly the knockout stages now and the leagues did spring up some great results. Nigeria nearly pulled it off for one, and was going to be the first African team to be in the knockout stage before Argentina pulled the plugs on their hopes in the 86th minute.
And while you may still enjoy the best World Cup casino game once the tournament is over, here is one bit of soccer news from Australia that is going to surprise you.
Kangaroo Makes a Surprise Visit to a Soccer Match!
Kangaroos can be really aggressive and fierce once they get annoyed. They are known to be very stubborn and known to not leave their place if they don’t want. Unfortunately, this time its favourite was a soccer field. Yes, there was a kangaroo seen on the soccer field, chilling and having the time of his life.
The Kangaroo made its way to the field during the halftime break in between the match, and it was seen hanging out between the field and the stands. First, it was seen in the stands along with the crowd, then it started relaxing in the box, and after a while, the crowd saw it bouncing all over the ground. The match was delayed by nearly 32 minutes as a result of the antics of the kangaroo. It was a match between Canberra FC and Belconnen United, two of the top women’s team in the National Premier League.
It was a live telecast on television when one of the cameramen focused on the Kangaroo and his activities. The audience and the players were all astonished by the behaviour of the kangaroo, although it was a funny scene to watch. Once it went out of the field through the sidewall, but after a while, The Jumping Jack was again seen bouncing on the field, scattering the players left and right and making his way towards the goal.
The Kangaroo sat just in front of one of the goals and was not ready to move a bit. It ignored all the attempts made by the officials to scare him away from the field and was chilling around calmly. They even tossed balls at him, but all of that went in vain as the Kangaroo seems to enjoy his relaxing time on the field.
Instead, it stopped the ball from bounding away like a goalkeeper. Many people from the audience also tried to move the Kangaroo out of the field, but once it stood up on its two legs they all backed off, it was nearly six feet tall.
Finally, the Belconnen United Coach made an attempt and was successful after nearly half-hour delay in the match due to the chaos caused by the Kangaroo. The coach used a truck to chase it away, while the officials opened up the gates to make a way out for the Kangaroo. It was seen sailing past the defender towards the gate.
This is the third time in recent weeks that Kangaroos have invaded Canberra sporting fields, leaving the players and the audience in a state of bewilderment.