Shouldn't have looked for Bobby Wagner.
This is what the "streaker" must say to himself (supporter who runs on a field in the middle of a match without having been "invited"), who disrupted for a few seconds the meeting between the Los Angeles Rams (defending champions) and the San Francisco 49ers, before being cut by the linebacker (defender) of the Rams.
For a few hours, the video has been looping in the United States, and everyone will appreciate... or not.
We therefore see a supporter (?) entering the synthetic field of Levi's Stadium, where the San Francisco 49ers play.
He runs with a pink smoke from one side to the other, passes in front of the camp of the Rams, then is properly tackled by Wagner.
But where a player receives this kind of shock thanks to his protections, the one who does not have one must feel the contact pass...
Bobby Wagner stopped the fan who ran onto the field 😳
(via @cameronsalerno1) pic.twitter.com/xWNQCPjliC
— ESPN (@espn) October 4, 2022
"It's not like a play," Wagner said.
It's just to keep it safe.
You don't know what this fan has on him or what he's doing.
That little thing in his hand could be dangerous.
One of the guys on the other side looked like he had been hurt, and security looked like they were struggling.
I was frustrated, so I grabbed it.
The intruder probably should have thought.
In English, “Rams” actually means... “ram”!
The commentators meanwhile were enthusiastic by reviewing the images of the tackle of the player.
Bobby Wagner is indeed renowned for his efficiency.
When he was with the Seattle Seahawks, the 32-year-old Californian, winner of the 2014 Super Bowl, had made 1,383 tackles in 151 games, the franchise record for the North American club.
This did not prevent his new team from losing (9-24).
A fan ran on the field with a pink smoke bomb... and Bobby Wagner came in and LEVELED him.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) October 4, 2022