A Black Cat Interrupted A Football Match And Unsurprisingly Refused To Leave
Over the weekend, the Premier League match between Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers had a short delay as a black cat had wandered onto the pitch – and refused to leave.
The game, which took place at Goodison Park in Liverpool, saw the four-legged spectator wandering around the goal and sidelines. The crowd looked on in delight as none of the players or officials even tried to chase away the feline. Perhaps they all forgot their laser pointers and balls of yarn?
Thankfully, the cat eventually got bored and scampered to the sideline. Everton, however, eventually lost the match, going down 3-1, to the visiting team.
Sorry lads, better luck next time.
There's a paws in the game to deal with a pitch invader. Here's the purrpatrator.
— Wolves (@Wolves) February 2, 2019
A black cat nipping up to Goodison Park for Everton vs Wolves pic.twitter.com/WGLufee1k1
— Footballers with animals (@ftbllrswanimals) February 2, 2019
This cat is currently causing the Wolves defence more problems than Everton's attackers… pic.twitter.com/wxQnL6NJMD
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) February 2, 2019
THERE'S A CAT ON THE PITCH AND HE DOES NOT WANT TO LEAVE pic.twitter.com/K0YNNMU522
— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) February 2, 2019
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