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The internet loved Marshawn Lynch’s cameo soccer appearance

BeastMode only played about 15 seconds, but his “goal” was all anyone seemed to be talking about.

Chances are, you’ve already seen the video of Marshawn Lynch entering the Zakuani & Friends Charity Soccer Match wearing socks and sandles, lumbering down the field, picking up a pass from Eddie Johnson — with his hands — running the ball into the goal, getting red-carded, tossing the red card into the air, kicking the ball away “in protest” and then taking the red card back to Steve Zakuani who signed it. If you haven’t, give it a watch:

Almost as remarkable as the sequence itself, though, is the reaction to it around these world wide webs.

Along with outlets like us, the clip was picked up by the SB Nation mothership, Bleacher Report, ESPN and just about every other sports site with a social-media department. The version of the video posted to the Sounders’ Facebook page has about 500,000 views.

Beyond it being almost literally everywhere, there was no shortage of choice reactions. Here were some of our favorites:

But this may have been the choicest reaction:

Although he didn’t quite upstage his in-game appearance, the cameo he made on Marcus Trufant’s Periscope video was possibly even funnier:

Please, please, please don’t ever change.