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Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler and comedian John Bishop took penalties for half-time entertainment on Monday night – and you can watch a free video of the duo's antics on demand.
As part of the club's support for Standard Chartered's Seeing is Believing campaign, the pair were joined by blind footballer David Clarke during the break against West Brom.
All three followed the first team's lead by proudly sporting the Seeing is Believing logo on their Liverpool jersey, before attempting to score at the Kop end from 12 yards.
Fowler and Bishop tested their skills with full vision and were then asked to try again while blindfolded - with hilarious consequences...
To find out more about Seeing is Believing or to make a donation, please visit www.seeingisbelieving.org>>
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