Mohamed Henni breaks his smart TV each time his team Marseille suffer defeat

Mohamed Henni breaks his smart TV each time his team Marseille suffer defeat

- Mohamed Henni has been causing online stirs owing to his unusual escapades whenever his team loses a match

- Henni is an Olympique Marseille fan and always films himself shattering TV screens when the French club suffers defeat

- He has broken more than 20 screens, thanks to Marseille's poor form in recent times

An Indian football fan identified as Mohamed Henni has broken the Internet for his arguably bizarre antics whenever his team loses a match.

Henni, an Olympique Marseille ardent supporter has now gained a reputation of breaking his own TV screens each time the French club suffer a defeat.

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Speaking during an exclusive interview with BBC, Henni asserted his antics are meant 'to make people happy,' and not for theatre.

He has now become a YouTube sensation as he uploads videos of himself breaking TVs on his channel which has accumulated 1.1 million subscribers.

In some of the videos seen by, Henni can be seen using a range of different items to smash screens, including golf clubs, shovels and at times - his own head.

Given that Marseille have not been in perfect form in recent times, Henni is said to have broken a record 26 screens.

The French giants sit seventh on the Ligue 1 standings with 34 points.

Earlier, had reported how Thibaut Courtois was on Saturday, February 9, given some hostile reception when he played for Real Madrid against city rivals Atletico Madrid in Spanish La Liga game.

Courtois played for Atletico Madrid for good three seasons before he left after winning Copa del Rey, LaLiga Santander and Europa League titles.

He made 154 appearances for the Spanish club before he returned to Stamford Bridge. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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