We are all slaves to Netflix.
The streaming service offers a smorgasbord of binge-worthy documentaries, series and films.
However, while their latest hit ‘Safe’ may have an engaging narrative with an army of red herrings to keep viewers guessing, we are instructing you to stop watching it immediately.
Because of this abomination…
First things first, how has he missed from two yards out?
Any striker worth their salt should be adding to their tally in that situation — especially with the Golden Boot up for grabs.
We respect his decision to opt for an emphatic powerful finish, as everyone should when gifted an open goal under no pressure, but missing the target is inexcusable.
Secondly, why does he celebrate?
Mate, you’ve squandered a golden opportunity and let your team-mates down.
Is it possible he went for the Bobby Firmino no-look finish and failed to spot the ball cannoning off the post?
The only acceptable reaction in such a situation is a disbelieving hands-on-head pose, a hopeful but ultimately futile glance to the linesman, followed by an apologetic hand to the bench.
The woman sitting in the pink chair at the bottom of the shot puts her hand up in a celebratory fashion as well for some reason.
She is quite clearly a plastic fan or a day tripper borrowing somebody else’s season ticket.
The fan next to her should, really, report her to the nearest steward.
Now check out the midfield general in the pink dress/denim jacket combo.
She initially celebrates but is then visibly heartbroken by the glaring miss.
You can tell she’s put in the hard yards and the sudden reality of extra time was a crushing blow.
An absolute pro, she switches back on quickly and jogs over to box in the other team at the resultant throw-in.
How about the left-back in the corduroy chinos?
He too lifts his arms in anticipation of a hard-earned last-gasp winner before wheeling away in abject despair.
We’re sure the Cotswolds’ Roberto Carlos had plenty to say to his team-mate back in the dressing room.
Can we talk about the fraudulent game of swingball in the foreground as well?
Neither Nadal nor Federer make contact with their lazy swings.
Evidently, fatigue has got the better of them as the match enters the latter stages of the fifth set.
The whole thing is a bloody farce and will surely have to be replayed at a later date.
Possibly behind closed doors.
Seriously though, why did this take make the final edit?
Unfortunately, we are all now duty-bound to stop watching ‘Safe’ on all devices.
Shame, we were enjoying it.
Dream Team World Cup has landed!
The greatest show on Earth just got that bit more exciting.
That’s because the Dream Team World Cup game is coming ahead of this summer’s tournament.
Dream Team World Cup
- Completely free to enter
- £50m budget and 20 transfers throughout the tournament
- £175k total prizepot (for UK players only)
- PRE-REGISTER FOR DREAM TEAM WORLD CUP NOW
The game officially launches on June 1 – but you can pre-register for the game now.
If you’re an existing Dream Team customer the World Cup game now appears in the app or you can enter here, but if you’re not follow these simple steps:
- Download the Dream Team app
- Create an account
- Click on the World Cup banner below in the app and follow the pre-registration instructions
From Russia with a whole lot of love.