Watch Michael Owen fall off his bike while standing still as England hero shares hilarious clip from outside his house

MICHAEL OWEN shared a hilarious clip of himself falling off a bike while dismounting.

The former England striker was standing still on his cycle before a funny fall.


Owen, 41, had just returned from a ride and came to a stop on a driveway.

Footage showed him leaning on the garden wall to his left one minute, and then toppling over to his right the next.

The BT Sport pundit might have been able to blame a bit of rustiness but he saw the funny side on social media.

Owen tweeted: "First ride of the year and I forgot the golden rule – if in doubt, clip out!"

BT colleague Jake Humphrey had a laugh at Owen's expense on Twitter, as did former Liverpool team-mate Jamie Carragher.

Gary Lineker joked he was 'fully entitled to go down' and that was 'definitely contact'.

Ex-Reds defender Carragher also mocked him earlier this month when he posed in double denim.

The ex-England striker unveiled his modelling photoshoot with Thai company Mc Jeans on Instagram.

He wrote: "As part of my partnership with @mcjeans_official on their Legend on Legend range, I’m happy to complete todays outfit with my personalised Denim jacket & jeans."

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The denim was even personalised with the golden-boy-turn-pundit's name and No10 emblazoned.

And unsurprisingly that led to plenty of merciless comments from some famous faces.

Ex-Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher, who shared one of the pictures on Twitter, simply replied with nine laughing emojis.

Phil Neville joined in the ribbing by labelling Owen 'Model Mo' while Darren Fletcher quipped: "Takes a strong man to go double denim."

Owen played for Liverpool, Manchester United and Newcastle during an injury-hit career.

He also had a short spell at Real Madrid in 2004 and 2005 but ultimately finished his career at Stoke in 2013.

He made 89 appearances for England and scored 40 times in a Three Lions shirt.

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