Soccer·Don't Blink

Club America fans try to distract Impact goalie with lasers

During the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League Final, Club America's fans targeted Montreal Impact goalie Evan Bush with lasers.

Montreal's Evan Bush unfazed by ploy

Montreal Impact goalie Evan Bush had more than just opposing strikers to deal with in the CONCACAF Champions League final. (Facebook)

Soccer fans will try almost anything to get into opposing players' heads.

Nasty chants, unflattering banners and, shudder, vuvuzelas are common practice. But flashing green lasers directed at a goalkeeper is a new high (or low).

During the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League Final, Club America's fans pulled out the classroom classic and targeted Montreal Impact goalie Evan Bush.

Bush didn't seem to react to the flashing lights, which focused on him whenever he touched the ball.


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