American Football

Dutch soccer clash kicks off with adorably novel coin toss

RKC Waalwijk and VVV Venlo faced off on Saturday in a game that could have huge ramifications on who avoids relegation from the Eredivisie — the Netherland's top flight. And although Venlo claimed a vital three points to move away from bottom side Waalwijk, the star of the show proved to be someone who wasn't even playing. READ: Barcelona 'avoids total ridicule' in narrow win over IbizaAs is customary in most sports, a coin is flipped before each game to decide which team starts with possession. In this game, rather than having the referee toss the coin, a child mascot was given the responsibility. After being given the green light by referee Edwin van de Graaf, the mascot flipped the coin in his own unique style, choosing to toss it as if he was throwing a frisbee, much to the enjoyment of all involved.And you can't say the mascot lacked enthusiasm and thoroughness in his job, as he ran after his coin to report back what side landeRead More – Source