Forget about all the own goals and the embarrassing OTT dives that have taken place over the past 7 days; this is undoubtedly the biggest (and most cringey) fail of the World Cup so far.
When you're playing in the biggest football tournament in the world - and representing your country in front of an audience of millions, no less - you probably shouldn't focus your attention on trying to become a meme.
However, that's exactly what Iranian player Milad Mohammadi tried to do last night when his team played Spain.
Mohammadi tried to execute a front-forward flip as he was taking a throw-in in the dying moments of the match, failed miserably, and ended up throwing the ball in normally.
Oh yes - and his team lost 1-0.
Watch it below:
— Tom Clazie Flynn (@TomClazieFlynn) June 20, 2018
The reaction on Twitter was not kind...
Imagine making an arse of that in a world cup wee guys used to nail that type a throw in at primary school level https://t.co/iISST4IpTO
— Tony (@glasgow_tony) June 20, 2018
*me in the last minutes of the game*:
"O beams of hope and rays of light
Shine on us and tie this fight"
— Rozhinmkian (@Rozhinmkian1) June 20, 2018
So, about that last throw in from Iran? Poor dude. I mean, it would have been pretty neat but.. Eeshh pic.twitter.com/XHYRI9hm72
— Kym Scally (@KymScally) June 20, 2018
Goodnight everyone, except that Iran full back who bottled his front flip throw in xxx
— ChrisTIANO RONALDO (@_teletext) June 20, 2018