Patrice Evra has certainly not let his energetic and comedic self have any rest over the festive period.
He has given his Twitter followers plenty to laugh about by dressing up as Santa and getting into the spirit of Christmas with some festive frolicking.
He can be seen dressed up in a Santa suit out on a dock in Qatar, with the 41-year-old looking as though he’s riding a reindeer.
Evra proceeds to dance around in his costume, shouting: “It’s Christmas! Let’s go Rudolph, let’s go!”
He added: “You’ve gotta tell your kids, Evra Santa is the real one trust me!”
Then, in typical Evra fashion, the Premier League and Champions League winner cried out: “I love this game!”
The video then takes an even funnier twist, with ‘Santa Evra’ jumping into the clear water below whilst still in full costume.
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“It’s ok, we love this game!” he shouted once he landed.
Evra then signs off by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, a fitting finale to such a funny video.
Club football is now returning following the conclusion of the World Cup last weekend.
The Premier League returns on Boxing Day, a perfect gift for Evra and all other fans of the beautiful game.
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