Ryan Reynolds, a co-owner of WREXHAM and a famous actor, admitted that a recent meeting with David Beckham at Wembley slammed him.
Reynolds spoke forth about the embarrassing incident in an interview with Rob McElhenney, a fellow celebrity and Dragons owner.
The Deadpool actor and McElhenney provided the FA Trophy final between their clubs in May, as well as a number of other royal box stars, including Will Ferrell and, of course, Beckham.
After Michael Cheek scored the first goal in the games, the Welsh team finished 1-0. Jack Hyde appeared to have tied the goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time, but was caught offside.
Except for Reynolds and McElhenney, who continued to rejoice for a while after the referees' decision, the Wrexham fans fell silent after seeing the linemans flag.
According to the BT Sport commentator, one has to explain the offside rule to A-Listers.
Beckham seemed to be comfortable as one of the few individuals working in the celebrity industry who truly understood what was happening.
Reynolds and McElhenney reflected on their mistakes and recalled how the former Manchester United players treated them with contempt.
Inter Miami's owner was so sorry about the celebrity duo that he shook his head at them when they admitted they didn't understand the offside rule.
Reynolds was relieved, and how much fun it was to be embrrssing. Pleasurably, nobody knows wht the offside rule mens.
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McElhenney continued to cheer up. We turned to fce Beckhm. He ws only hed shking.
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