Gábor Király's trackie bottoms were the star of the first half in Bordeaux
Anyone who has ever seen Gábor Király play football will know two things about the Hungary goalkeeper.
The first is that he seemingly never ages.
And the second is that he is the most high-profile goalkeeper to still wear tracksuit bottoms instead of shorts.
Not just tracksuit bottoms, but personalised tracksuit bottoms.
What a complete dude pic.twitter.com/uixQpu25s1
— Fisted Away (@fistedaway) June 9, 2016
Hungary began their Euro 2016 campaign against Austria in Bordeaux, and a quiet first half allowed the masses to concentrate on really important matters.
Nothing but love for a 40-year-old Gabor Kiraly turning up to work in his pyjamas. #HUN
— Jonathan Fadugba (@JFfutbol) June 14, 2016
Kiraly. The muddy knees are the best bit.
— Sid Lowe (@sidlowe) June 14, 2016
Never thought I'd tweet this again, but state of Gabor Kiraly
— Fred Nathan (@FreddieNathan) June 14, 2016
Important questions were being asked
What would it take for Kiraly to wear shorts do you reckon
— noted fashion photographer nigel barker (@iggigg) June 14, 2016
But there's a reason he's still turning out for his country alongside players young enough to be his sons
Gabor Kiraly in goal for #HUN is what it's all about. Still got the quality and pride needed to play at the highest level for his country.
— Jonathan Harding (@JonBloggs66) June 14, 2016
The former *deep breath* Hertha Berlin, Crystal Palace, West Ham United, Aston Villa, Burnley, Bayer Leverkusen, 1860 Munich and Fulham player is back at boyhood club Haladas, and at 40 he's the oldest player to ever play a European Championships game.
Coincidentally, his first ever Hungary cap came against Austria in 1998, and he has started every single game between the two nations to have been played in the last 20 years (admittedly that's just four games, but still).
Back in the late 90s, he saved a penalty from Toni Polster, who is a full 28 years older than Austria's current star player David Alaba. Hats off, Gábor.