In soccer, the goalie is the one player on the pitch who can use his hands. So it would stand to reason that a goalie would be very protective of his mitts. Geoffrey Lembet is not a fan of reason.
Lembet, the keeper for the Central African Republic, was receiving some care from a trainer during CAF's African Cup of Nations qualifying match with Egypt yesterday. A referee thought he was taking too long, and asked him to finish his rubdown off the pitch. At which point Lembet did his best Drake-Breezy fight impersonation, substituting goal posts for dreamy rapper-singers (or singer-rappers as the case may be) and his fists for bottles. The CAF went on to win the match 3-2.
[via Dirty Tackle]