A hilarious video that shows a cow participating in a football game has gained immense popularity online, drawing appreciation of the cow’s footballing skills.
In the video, the cow, though slow to join, can later be seen hanging on to the ball, as commentators like to put it, while other players attempt to retrieve it from her without irritating her. After one of them does manage to get hold of it, the cow becomes actively involved in the game, chasing the ball wherever it goes. The video was reportedly shot somewhere in Goa, and has been widely shared on social media.
hile football matches are nothing new in Goa, or anywhere for that matter, a cow was seen ‘taking part’ in a football match as a defender. This has grabbed people’s attention on the internet.
The cow was seen ‘playing’ with a lot of enthusiasm and showed off a few football skills. As the video of the cow ‘playing’ football was viral on social media, several people began to praise the cow’s performance and also began to name it as ‘Cownaldo’, ‘Moosi’ and ‘Gaaychung Bhutia’.
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