Soccer World Cup 2022 | One of the funniest World Cup scenes was an Australian fan’s funny response to seeing himself on the big screen. Get the most recent information from Qatar here, too.

After his on-screen appearance went viral on social media, an Australian fan has become a World Cup phenomenon.

The man known as “the most Australian football fan ever” has provided plenty of entertainment for amateur lip readers.

When the guy spotted cameras focused on his face during the Socceroos’ match against France on Wednesday. His answer couldn’t have been more uniquely Australian.

He appeared to mutter, “Jesus, we’re on the f***ing tv,” with his face being shown across the globe.

Commenters on news websites from the UK to Canada have shared the film and expressed their appreciation for the moment that was captured on video.

“That’s the face of someone who told their girlfriend they were gone on work,” one person sarcastically said.

Another said, “Or told their boss they were off sick with Covid.”


As a result of startling the world by defeating Germany 2-1 to take second place in Group E. Japan is one of the biggest underdogs in World Cup betting markets.

After Spain crushed Costa Rica 7-0. The result practically puts the Samurai Blue in a three-team race to advance to the knockout rounds.

Prior to a challenging opening Group G encounter against tournament favourite Brazil. Serbia is the favourite outsider among bettors.

The market has responded harshly to rivals Argentina ($6.50 out to $9) and Germany ($11 out to $21) losing its opening matches. While Denmark slid from $31 to $41 following its 0-0 draw with Tunisia.

After Australia’s 4-1 loss to France, one zealous Socceroos supporter bet $350 that Graham Arnold‘s squad would bring the World Cup back to Australia.

Australia ($351) has the shortest odds, with Qatar ($501), Tunisia ($501), Iran ($751), and Costa Rica ($751).