Former Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis “scared the s***” out of a ball-boy with his goal celebration. Gomis, playing for Saudi club Al-Hilal, got the opener against Al-Ittihad before celebrating in front of the petrified youngster.
In trademark style, the Frenchman crawled on his hands and knees, pulling a sinister face and making a cat like claw.
Gomis is known for these celebrations, often pulling them off whenever he scored for Swansea in the Premier League.
But this young ball-boy was so frightened by the 33-year-old’s routine he ran off.
Former Lyon and Galatasaray striker Gomis later went over to the young lad and gave him his jersey as a way of saying sorry.
Gomis spent three seasons with Swansea before leaving to join Galatasaray following a loan spell with Marseille.
Bafétimbi Gomis scared the s**t out of a ball-boy yesterday after his goal celebration. ?
To apologise, he gave the kid his shirt after the match. ? pic.twitter.com/9MH7hlKs1g
— Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) February 22, 2019