AFL Grand Final 2021: Max Gawn vs Caleb Daniel comical image, Brian Taylor commentary

The league’s shortest participant tried to say himself over Demons large Max Gawn on Saturday — however issues didn’t go to plan.

Caleb Daniel’s bark was worse than the Bulldogs’ chew on Saturday evening.

As Melbourne skipper Max Gawn collected a unfastened ball on the wing halfway via the third quarter of the AFL Grand Remaining, he discovered himself with nowhere to go. Underneath strain from Daniel, he was dragged over the sideline then took a nasty tumble.

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Gawn’s head slammed arduous into the astroturf subsequent to the Optus Stadium promoting boards, sparking fears he might need finished some harm. Fortunately, he appeared straight again as much as affirm he was OK.

However as Gawn lay on the bottom, inquiring a couple of doable free kick, Caleb let the famous person ruckman know he wasn’t going to have all of it his personal method. Contemporary from booting 5 targets within the preliminary last and having established himself as the very best big-man within the competitors, the Canine knew in the event that they shut down Gawn, they had been midway to victory.

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At this stage the Bulldogs had been up by 19 factors and Daniel had each motive to really feel assured. He took a few steps in the direction of Gawn and stood over him, wanting down.

It may be the one likelihood Daniel ever will get to look down at Gawn. In spite of everything, the Bulldogs workhorse is 1.7m tall, whereas Gawn is positively gigantic at 2.08m — an entire 38cm nearer to the sky.

The comical picture of the league’s shortest participant standing over one of many tallest didn’t go unnoticed by Brian Taylor within the Channel 7 commentary field.

“Gawn had his head ricocheted into the hard surface! That was dangerous! Very, very lucky,” Taylor mentioned.

“Have a look at this. Daniel and Goliath collide!”

We’re going to imagine Taylor went with a quick-witted pun, relatively than recommend he doesn’t comprehend it’s truly “David vs Goliath”, as his one-liner caught the eye of viewers watching at residence of their loungeroom.

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Sports activities reporter Daniel Cherny tweeted: “Daniel and Goliath. That’s BT’s best ever line.”

Author Erin Marie added: “BT with ‘Daniel and Goliath’ showing us how much he reads the good word” with a laughing emoji.

Lisbeth Gorr wrote: “Um. It’s David and Goliath, BT. Daniel was in the Lions Den. Different Grand Final. But loving your work #AFLGF.”

Everybody was having fun on the incident within the aftermath. Norm Smith Medallist Christian Petracca had a cheeky crack at his captain for being thrown to the turf by the smallest man on the sphere.

“Gawny, come on,” Petracca chuckled whereas being interviewed on the Sunday Footy Present. “I ran past him to go the bench and I looked at him and I was like, ‘You can’t be doing that’.

“What is he (Daniel) — he’s 5’7, you’re 6’11 and you went down like a rag doll. Come on mate.”

Whereas within the well-known story the a lot shorter David overcomes Goliath, that’s not how issues panned out for Daniel.

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His defiant present of confidence backfired because the Bulldogs crumbled within the last quarter to lose by a whopping 74-points.

Sunday Footy Present host Tony Jones instructed Daniel’s remedy of Gawn might have impressed the Demons into motion and been a “turning point in that, ‘You’re not gonna do that to my captain’.”

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