Fans left stunned as Schalke supporter manages to balance three pints on HEAD with mobile phone balancing… – The Sun

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FOOTBALL fans were left stunned as a Schalke supporter managed to balance THREE ice-cold beers on his HEAD.
The hopping-mad punter put on a lager-than-life display as Schalke sealed all the pints and a Bundesliga return with a 3-2 win over St Pauli on Saturday.
Cheering on Schalke, the supporter rested one drink directly on the crown of his head.
A mobile phone was then placed across the top of the pint to create a new tier.
And the fan continued to astound by placing TWO more beers on the phone.
Amazingly, he was filmed moving around and fist-pumping while holding up a scarf.
And not one single drop of beer appeared to go overboard in brew-tiful scenes.
Footy obsessives quickly flocked to Instagram to hail the man’s pitcher-perfect efforts.
One joked: “Wait, hold my beer!”
Another quipped: “Me at the party when my crush is there.”
One noted: “Of course it’s the Bundesliga (2), where beer is water!”
Another added: “The real reason Schalke is being promoted.”
It’s not the first time beer has taken centre-stage at the football.
A Denmark fan was spotted carrying 12 beers plus a HOT DOG as he was clapped to his seat at Euro 2020 last summer.
And one FC Twente fan went viral after loading up on 48 pints in October’s Eredivisie game against Willem II.
However, he was upstaged by another Twente fan just a month later, who was pictured lugging 64 pints of amber gold.
But lager lovers may want to avoid the World Cup in Qatar later this year, where pints will cost a whopping £9.98 each.
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