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Soccer Mascot Rips Off His Head After Referee Disallows Goal (Video)

| by Michael Allen

A Brazilian soccer team's mascot ripped his head off with disgust during a match on Sept. 29  (video below).

O Vovo, the mascot for Ceara, went ballistic after an apparent goal for his team was called back by a referee, notes Deadspin.com.

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The Portugese website Globo.com (via Google translate) reports that the "grandpa" mascot lost it at the 20 minute mark during the second period.

The mascot had good reason to be upset, Ceara lost the game 1-0 to Luverdense, according to SoccerVista.com.

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Sources: Deadspin.com, SoccerVista.com, Globo.com / Photo Credit: YouTube Screenshot