DIMITAR BERBATOV had team-mate Rio Ferdinand in stitches with his commentary of a goal he scored for Manchester United against Chelsea in 2009.
After receiving a few pointers from Nemanja Vidic, the Bulgarian was able to poke home a Cristiano Ronaldo free-kick.
The goal put the cherry on top of a brilliant 3-0 Red Devils win over the Blues.
Explaining how it happened, Berbatov, 41, said: “So Ronaldo is about to take the free-kick, and we all knew he was going to shoot, he was shooting from everywhere.
“But my job was to try and anticipate where the ball is going to drop, and maybe get a touch on it and score.
“So I’m in the box, and Vida comes to me and starts speaking Serbian, and yes people I can speak Serbian, you know I’m clever like that.
“So he’s like ‘brate’, which is brother in English, ‘I’m gonna block your guy, you’re gonna run from him and you’re gonna score’.
“And I’m like ‘okay Vida let’s do that’. The point I try to make is this, always try to look for advantages in the game – even if it means speak different language, so nobody understands what you’re going to do.
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“So Ronaldo took the free-kick, I start running as you can see now, Vida blocked the guy, and for me it was easy to get a touch on the ball and bam! I score.
“And then Vida was chasing me screaming ‘Berba! This is my goal!’ And I’m like ‘F*** off Vida it’s my goal!”
“But of course it was a team effort and a good goal.”
Ferdinand, who missed out that day with a back injury, loved Berbatov’s analysis.
He tweeted in response: “😂😂😂 Berbaaaaaaa”
United went on to win their third Premier League title on the bounce that season, with Berbatov scoring nine goals and laying on 11 assists.
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