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VIDEO: Is this one of the worst dives ever filmed?

Celtic Valencia Video Pasqual N

CELTIC were knocked out of the UEFA Youth League on Wednesday night and their cause wasn’t helped by an outrageous act of simulation.

Eventually losing on penalties after drawing 1-1 with Spanish side Valencia, a late attack from the Celtic Under-19s was prevented by a blatant dive from opponent David Pasqual.

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With Celtic striker Jack Aitchison hunting him down, the young Valencia defender took a comical fall to the turf, claiming to have been fouled despite no contact tacking place.

Worse still, referee Craig Pawson was completely fooled into believing a foul had been committed, and duly awarded the Pasqual a free-kick.

Watch the video below and let us know where this ranks in the worst dives you’ve ever seen.

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4 comments on “VIDEO: Is this one of the worst dives ever filmed?”

  1. Jerry O Leary

    What type of player will he turn out to be ?? An absolute disgrace !!

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  2. John Murphy

    This player should be given a season long ban. UEFA should nip this in the bud with young players (and the experienced cheats that ruin the game). If I knew how to start a petition to UEFA I would do.

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  3. Martin

    he tore his ACL, he didn't dive. He's undergoing surgery so go easy lads

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  4. david hughes

    Football? SPORTsmen? bloody actors the lot of them.

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