Usually when the phrase "adding insult to injury" is used, it isn't because the injured party then made it worst by insulting themselves. That, however, is just what happened during AC Milan's Serie A match against 17th place Carpi.
Ac Milan have gone from the best team in the world to performing the Haka for money in just 11 years...Bizarre.
pic.twitter.com/3g3C7QBMkY— Football Stuff (@FootbalIStuff) April 22, 2016
AC Milan, look at me. Y'all aren't the Allblacks. Get ahold of yourselves.
For the uninitiated, the Haka is a traditional war dance of the Maori tribe in New Zealand, popularized by the New Zealand rugby team. For reference (and just because I want to watch it), here's a video of the real Haka.
Do The Haka Like This Not Like How AC Milan Did It
Apparently Milan were doing a commercial for Nivea? Which is aftershave. I am so confused right now. AC Milan used all the intimidation and courage gained from the Haka to bravely draw relegation-threatened Carpi, 0-0.
Oh, and this happened.
WHAT A SAVE! @gigiodonna1 keeps @acmilan level. #SerieA https://t.co/1LdQoLCxwr— beIN SPORTS USA (@beINSPORTSUSA) April 21, 2016
You dummies don't understand how the Haka is supposed to work, do you?
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