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Squirrel Delays QPR vs Leicester City Match For 2 Minutes As Goalkeeper Chases Animal Around Pitch

squirrel 600x365 Squirrel Delays QPR vs Leicester City Match For 2 Minutes As Goalkeeper Chases Animal Around Pitch

In today’s first must-see match, a squirrel interrupted the game between Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City at Loftus Road.

The incident happened in the 14th minute of the Championship game when a squirrel ran on to the pitch and stopped the game. Leicester City’s David Nugent then chased the squirrel around the pitch before the game could be re-started.

Here’s a GIF of Nugent chasing the squirrel.

And according to supporters at the ground, the crowd started singing “There’s only one Luis Suarez” as the squirrel ran around.

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One Response to Squirrel Delays QPR vs Leicester City Match For 2 Minutes As Goalkeeper Chases Animal Around Pitch

  1. Jake says:

    Incredibly lazy article! David Nugent is a striker, not a goalkeeper! Do your research! Pathetic!

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