Dog Interrupts Soccer Match in Bosnia

A dog ran onto the pitch during a Bosnian Premier League match, Monday, September 20, showing off considerable ball-handling skills before being escorted away.

The dog interrupted play in the first few minutes of the match between Slodoba and Posusje in Tuzla.

The dog was able to dribble around several players before match officials stepped in and picked up the canine.

The dog did not reappear after he was removed from the match and the game ended in a 1-1 tie. (AP)

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