Michy Batshuayi’s gaffe vs England leaves Twitter in splits

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Michy Batshuayi likes to call himself Batman. but he pulled off a very un-superhero move when celebrating Belgium's goal against England.

Adnan Januzaj's stunning goal was overshadowed by the events that followed as the Red Devils finished as Group G winners over England with a 1-0 win.

Swept up in the moment, the Belgium player kicked the ball in celebration.

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However, Batshuayi, in his rush to celebrate what would transpire to be the victor, booted the ball against the post emphatically - only to see it rebound directly against his own head and away.

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Batshuayi could see the amusing side of things, tweeting 15 minutes after the final whistle that he knew he would be in for a lot of ribbing on social media.

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You can't fault Michy Batshuayi's passion, the Belgium striker's celebration didn't go according to plan. It didn't take him long to take to Twitter to react to the moment himself.

He later said "Fortnite celebrations [are] so overrated", so he wanted to "create something new".

His team-mate Alex Witsel joined in with the banter for his team-mate as he posted the above tweet. Here he is hugging the post that defied him.

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