Watch as three women embarrassingly stack it on live TV while celebrating Barcelona goal

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BARCELONA’S 3-3 draw with relegation-threatened Granada wasn’t the only embarrassing moment for the club in this week’s LaLiga action.

The crisis-hit side looked to be heading towards a routine win over the 19th placed side when young star Lamine Yamal put them in front in the 14th minute.

The fans were celebrating Yamal’s openerESPN via X formerly Twitter
Before one lost her footingESPN via X formerly Twitter
And pulled her friends down with herESPN via X formerly Twitter
The three were sent tumblingESPN via X formerly Twitter
Before completely disappearing from viewESPN via X formerly Twitter

The 16-year-old got on the end of a Joao Cancelo cross to volley home in front of an open goal.

And the breaking of the deadlock cued wild celebrations at the Olympic Stadium, where Barcelona are playing their football while the Nou Camp is renovated.

Unfortunately for three fans, though, their celebrations were one to forget.

Fans on X (formerly known as Twitter) couldn’t help but notice three fans take a tumble in the midst of the celebrations.

One fan on the right, held her arms outstretched before losing her footing and pulling down her friend next to her.

The tumble caused a chain reaction, with the fan on the left of her also being dragged down in the chaos of the celebration.

The LaLiga TV feed then instantly cut to a shot of the Barcelona players to spare the blushes of the fans involved.

Fans on X reacted to the clip, with one saying: “This just happened in Lamine Yamal’s goal I’m crying.”

Yamal opened the scoring for Barcelona[/caption]


Another wrote: “Hahahahhahahaha they really fell out of their chair.”

A third posted: “Context: They fell for it.”

While a fourth said: “She took them all with her.”

Granada were able to come away with a point from Barcelona’s temporary home, with Manchester United loanee Facundo Pellistri able to get his share of the goals.

The draw leaves Barcelona third in the league with their title defence dead in the water.

The Catalan club are 10 points off leaders Real Madrid, with head coach Xavi already announcing he will step down at the end of the season amid the pressures of being Barca boss.

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