NOTTINGHAM FOREST defender Joe Worrall has joined football folklore by adding his name to an infamous list.
The 25-year-old Forest captain headed from the floor whilst blasting rivals Leicester out of the FA Cup.
The centre-back found an adventurous way to win the ball from the Foxes’ Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall – but it wasn’t the first time this has happened.
Phil Jones famously front-crawled his way along the pitch to tackle Olivier Giroud with his head.
The legendary moment came when his Manchester United side played Arsenal in 2015.
And Arturo Vidal hilariously mimicked Jones in the Champions League in 2019.
On Sunday, it was Worrall’s turn to perfect the irregular move.
The centre-back also scored in the victory, powering home a header from a first-half corner.
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Worrall is a boyhood Forest fan and he celebrated in front of the Leicester fans with lively enthusiasm.
After the celebrations, a Leicester fan ran onto the pitch to PUNCH Worrall’s team-mate, Keinan Davis.
In a bizarre and idiotic incident, the thug was caught by security and police.