Didier Drogba’s ‘Busquets Peekaboo’ Dive In All It’s Glory (Video)

Chris Wright

15th, March 2012

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By Chris Wright

Here we go, Dider Drogba’s absolutely pathetic ‘I’ve fallen and I can’t get up’ moment against Napoli during extra-time last night in all it’s glory…

‘If only someone would sync up Drogba’s wimpy flop with Sergio Busquet’s career-defining peekaboo dive against Inter Milan in 2010 so we could conveniently compare the two incidents side-by-side’ we hear you cry.

Well, cry no more…

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8 Comments

  1. JayJay says:

    Please ban these players FA and FIFA. Have these players never heard about ”the boy who cried wolf!?”

  2. Shininq says:

    Well the only difference is Busquets actually got hit :)

  3. JT says:

    There both scum bastards and im sure karma will come along soon enough when they get there legs broke in the most gruesome fashion! And I’ll be laughing my head off!

  4. QPR says:

    FIFA will do nothing, there was “contact” and they dont see this at cheating which it blatantly is.

    In ice hockey, diving is seen as any attempt to con the ref so if their rules applied here the original foul would be nullified it would have been a yellow each and drop ball. That would cut out the diving and play acting full stop.

  5. stu says:

    the commentators should be booing him not laughing, irony of the word “respect” on his arm not lost either. the truth is that it’s expected to happen now and players ARE told to go down by the clubs these days.

  6. Rob says:

    FIFA, UEFA, the FA, they are all a joke, they could cut this out in weeks but they haven’t got the balls to do it, they continue to let our sport be ruined by tossers like this. Remember when they banned Arsenal’s Eduardo for diving then haven’t followed up on it?

  7. Mr. Chopper says:

    Here, let me fix that for you: “in all its glory…”

  8. JayJay says:

    @Rob: In fairness to Eduardo, it was taking evasive action away from contact….Whereas the other two here are feining injury….

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