Have you ever been electrocuted? Ever seen a cat react to a strategically placed cucumber? Ever seen Sandro Ramirez try to score a goal?
All three things look remarkably similar.
This weekend saw Everton owned forward Sandro Ramirez humiliate himself as Real Sociedad drew 0-0 with Sevilla. Through on goal with a simple finish to give his current loan club the win against his former loan club, he instead booted the turf at the Anoeta as hard as possible.
It sent him flying into the air in dramatic fashion which has been shared all over social media.
Funniest clip of the season so far comes from La Liga, with this effort from Real Sociedad’s Sandro Ramirez.. pic.twitter.com/zPSqDw3Eek
— Josh Slinger (@JoshSlinger) November 5, 2018
It was a moment that summed up his woes since joining Everton in 2017.
As reported by The Guardian, Everton met Malaga’s £5.3 million release clause to sign the Spanish forward in 2017.
He played just 15 times for Everton, scoring once. He was loaned out to Sevilla, where he failed to score in 18 games for the Rojiblancos. This summer he headed back to Spain again to try and kickstart his flagging career. Surprisingly, Marco Silva actually wanted him to stay at Goodison Park – according to Sky Sports.
Based on the most recent evidence, he might be glad that did not end up being the case.
The fact Silva, discarded from Everton, failed so spectacularly against a team who decided they did not want him permanently in the summer just sums up his 2018.
Hopefully 2019 can be more productive for the Everton outcast.