SHOCK TREATMENT A CAMEROON medic suffered an unwanted wardrobe malfunction during the historic win over Brazil.
They unfortunately showed off more than they would have wanted to while treating right-back Collins Fai.
A Cameroon medic suffered an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction
The medic accidentally showed off more than they bargained for when tending to Collins Fai
Fai, 30, needed treatment in the 39th minute as he battled to keep Arsenal ace Gabriel Martinelli quiet on Brazil’s left.
Cameroon’s medics rushed onto the pitch to tend to the stricken defender.
They managed to patch up Fai, who played all 90 minutes as Cameroon pulled off one of the greatest results in their history to beat tournament favourites Brazil 1-0.
But one of the doctors accidentally showed off more than they bargained for as they knelt down to treat Fai.
They unknowingly exposed the top of their backside – sending social media wild in the process.
One Twitter user predicted: “That Cameroon medic about to become a meme.”
Another said: “Omg, that Cameroon Medic staff member forgot there are cameras around.”
A third joked: “Cameroon’s football medic mooning billions of people is going to be the next meme.”
And a fourth added: “I see a meme in the future for that #Cameroon medic on the field!”
Vincent Aboubakar’s stoppage time header out of nowhere gave Cameroon a 1-0 win in the latest upset of what has been a World Cup of shocks.
Aboubakar was then immediately sent off after picking up a second yellow card for whipping off his shirt in celebration.
But his dramatic winner wasn’t enough to send the Indomitable Lions through to the knockouts.
Brazil qualified as group winners on goal difference ahead of Switzerland, with Cameroon third and Serbia last.
Neymar and Co will now face South Korea in the last 16, while Switzerland, who beat Serbia 3-2 in their final group game, take on Portugal for a place in the quarter-finals.