Hilarious moment a group of visiting Croatian football fans sing a lullaby to baffled baby in a Slovakian park
- Footage shows fans, with cans of beer in hand, gathering round a child in a pram
- The mother laughs on as the bemused baby stares at the fans utterly confused
- Fans travelled to watch the European Qualifier between Slovakia and Croatia
A group of Croatian football fans spontaneously sing a lullaby to a mother passing by with her baby in the Slovakian city of Trnvana.
The hilarious footage shows the fans, with cans of beer in hand, gathering round a child in a pram and serenading her with a Croatian lullaby.
Matej Sijanski, who filmed this video, said: ‘We are one happy group of fans of the Croatian national team from the small town of Kutina!
‘We started in the centre of Trnava before the match between Slovakia and Croatia, when we are on the road in the park and saw young parents with a cute baby.
‘We started spontaneously singing the baby a Croatian lullaby. Parents were nice as they stopped the baby.’
Sijanski and his friends travelled to watch the European Qualifier football match between Slovakia and Croatia, which ended 4-0 to the away side.
Sijanski and his friends travelled to watch the European Qualifier football match between Slovakia and Croatia, which ended 4-0 to the away side
The video opens with a slightly tone-deaf rendition of their Croatian lullaby.
As the mother laughs and looks down at her daughter, the baby shoots back a puzzling face at the event unfolding before her.
As the singing quietens down, the open-mouthed baby continues to stare at the fans in amazement.
The hilarious footage shows the fans, with cans of beer in hand, gathering round a child in a pram and serenading her with a Croatian lullaby
According to Sijanski the lullaby translates to: ‘On a winter night, where a high hill with a creek freezes and is covered by snow.
‘And one little bunny is looking for that creek wherever he disappeared, as his breast is pressing.
‘And he cries, he cries a little bunny, and on that creek he regrets the bunny, now he mourns with all his heart, and now thinks the bunny, that where the stream is, my swallow follows him to the far south.’