There is various times animals has invaded a football pitch during matches. Today I will share with you some of the football matches which animals invaded in the pitch.
1. Champions league match.
Diego Forlan almost crossed a ball through the squirrel. It was then caught by the officers in-charge of security in the pitch.
2. A chicken interrupted the football match.
3. Slippery bugger.
A slippery bugger interrupted a match and it was caught. The animal was caught by a defender Loris Benito, who had managed to capture the slippery bugger.
4. Stray Cat.
A stray cat stopped a football game at Goodison Park for several minutes after making its way onto the pitch. The cat caused a delay in the Wolverhampton against Everton football club match.
5. A wild squirrel.
A wild squirrel led to delay of a Carabao Cup Fourth Round football match between Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Etihad Stadium.
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