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Playing real-life football with only an overhead computer game style view is REALLY difficult

But thanks Norway.

OUR NORWEGIAN IS not particularly strong but we’re not sure it needs to be to understand shouts of “where the hell am I?” and “where the feck is the ball?”

For some reason, TV 2 Zebra decided they’d host a five-a-side game where players wore virtual reality technology to give them a ‘Sensible Soccer’ style view of the field to mess with their minds.

The result is an odd mix of zombie-like movement and some of the most bizarre goalkeeping we’ve ever seen:

Source: HardTrancePower/YouTube

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