Ex-Liverpool star Charlie Adam’s "greatest dive ever" leaves fans in stitches

Fans mocked former Liverpool star Charlie Adam after he performed the “greatest dive ever seen”.

The 36 year-old captained Dundee’s 1-1 home draw with St. Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday when he had a moment of madness. Adam beat his opponent to a loose ball by some distance, before knocking the ball forward.

But without even the slightest bit of contact, the Scotsman shockingly threw himself to the floor in dramatic fashion. Adam even added a roll for good measure before getting back to his feet and having a good old moan, to the bemusement of the referee.

The former Reds man picked up a yellow for his embarrassing conduct, with fans taking to social media to voice their shock. But some praised Adam for a dive so bad it could have a place among the "greatest" in history.

One Twitter user posted the clip with the caption: “This is the greatest dive Scottish football has ever seen. 10/10 for Charlie Adam.”

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Another wrote: “I've watched this for 20 minutes straight and my stomach is killing me now because of laughing. 10/10.”

A third added: “Worst dive I’ve ever seen in Scotland and I’ve been to Cumbernauld,” while another joked: “That's a foul ref has to give it.”

Adam returned to Scottish football last season and has since made 61 appearances for Dundee. He represented Rangers in his youth, where he won the Scottish Cup and the Scottish League Cup during the 2007/08 season.

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