Southampton star Nathan Redmond was captured making an unfortunate tumble during his return to England training.
Redmond was playing in a small-sided game with his England teammates and during this session, he comedically collided with one of the goals and rolled over it.
He was heading down the right-hand side as his team reclaimed the ball, but unbeknownst to him as he turned a net was there and he could not avoid it as he fell over it.
Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard is always present on social media and he took no time to poke fun at Redmond to make sure he does not forget about the incident too easily.
He posted the video of Redmond’s (top left) slip up on his Instagram story, and Lingard simply asked: “you ok my Bro?”
This mishap should not bother Redmond too much, as he has enjoyed a great season with Southampton.
The 25-year-old has scored nine and has assisted six from his 43 games in all competitions. His brilliant form has seen him pick up the Southampton’s Fans’ and Players’ Player of the Season awards.
This form has also seen him recalled to England’s senior side for the first time since March 2017.
Redmond will be desperate that he does not suffer a similar slip up if he plays a part in England’s upcoming UEFA Nations League games.
The Three Lions face the Netherlands on June 6 in the semi-finals, before potentially playing either Portugal or Switzerland in the final of the Nations League on June 9.
Nathan Redmond's Southampton career in numbers
Redmond has turned out 129 times for the club in all competitions. The wide man has turned out 106 times in the Premier League, with the remaining 23. appearances coming in the FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League.
The Englishman has scored 18 times for Southampton. Redmond has struck 14 times in the Premier League, three times in the FA Cup and once in the League Cup.
Redmond has provided 10 assists during his time on the south coast. Six of them have come this season, so the 25-year-old will be looking to build on that figure next season.
The winger has stayed out of trouble for most of his Saints career. Redmond has received just eight yellow cards, with his only red card coming against Tottenham back in 2016.
And yes, of course Mike Dean was in charge that day.