We've seen a Roberto Carlos GoPro, an Allesandro Del Piero thunderbolt and now we've got Marshawn Lynch being Marshawn Lynch in a charity game.
The recently un-retired Oakland Raider was invited to take part in a charity association football match by Seattle Sounder Steve Zakuani. Every year, Zakuani has his #ZakandFriends game between Red and Blue. Lynch was the standout name for this year's match and he played the part to perfection.
First off, as he came on he made his presence felt:
Beast Mode! Ready to play the Zakuani & Friends match ... in sandals!? pic.twitter.com/pObI8NkCbM
— Susie Rantz (@SusieRants) July 3, 2017
The 31-year old has clearly made the 'GAA Shoulder' a part of his training with the Raiders. Once he got onto the pitch, he did what he does best. Get it in his hands - and run.
— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) July 3, 2017
We can only presume that the red card was for Lynch wearing socks with flip flops. Although, to be fair, would you want to tell a 216lb man that he couldn't wear socks with flip flops?
The Raiders convinced Lynch to come out of retirement to try and help them through the 2017 season alongside a returning Derek Carr. They crashed out in the Wild Card round of last year's playoffs after Carr broke his leg.
If only Lynch had been able to do that during Super Bowl XLIX from the 1 against the Patriots, he'd have another ring!