It’s a miracle & hilarious moment when a football fan jumps out of a wheelchair and throws his arms up to celebrate the victory of his team. Read here the whole story
This is utterly an incredible moment! A die-heart & enthusiastic Plymouth Argyle’ fan gave standing ovation to cheer his team's winning goal against Bristol Rovers, Wait that was not a normal celebration, the fan actually jumps out of his wheelchair to celebrate the victory of his beloved team (Plymouth Argyle), this is something miraculous & hilarious!
This astonishing moment took place during the football match i.e. Plymouth Argyle Vs Bristol Rovers on 17th March 2018. When this man 'miraculously' jumping out to a standing ovation, after the outstanding match in which Plymouth Argyle's 3-2 win over south-coast rivals Bristol Rovers.
Source = "Daily Mail"
In the video clip, you will see how this enthusiastic football fan is firstly spinning around in his wheelchair during the match and later on jumps out of it to celebrate the victory of his favorite team.
Facebook & Twitter is flooding with lots of comments, post and tweets seem like everyone is celebrating the victory of the team. The video cross more than 300,000 views on Facebook. But, there is more to reveal.
Well, this chair actually belongs to a 14-year-old boy name Oscar Knight who leaves it to one side while at the game. He replied to a post of the video on Facebook.
No wonder, the hilarious incident from the enthusiastic football fan certainly entertained the crowd. It was actually fun to see how he made his way into the crowd for the game in which Plymouth Argyle defeated rivals Bristol Rovers.
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