NFL's Marshawn Lynch goes full beast mode during Seattle Sounders charity match

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The running back made the most of a brief appearance on the pitch, running the ball into the goal before picking up a red card

When Marshawn Lynch is in full beast mode, the rules may as well not apply to him.

Wearing sandals, the Oakland Raiders running back was subbed into a Seattle Sounders charity match on Sunday and made a brief - but very memorable - cameo.

Lynch scored an unorthodox (and very illegal) goal, taking a pass from a teammate and reverting to American football mode in picking the ball up and running it into the goal. 

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The former Seattle Seahawks running back was shown a red card for his antics but he wasn't done causing havoc on the pitch, as he picked up the card and tossed it aside. 

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Following a yearlong retirement, Lynch will return to the NFL with Oakland for the upcoming 2017 season.

Based on this evidence, it appears he is ready for the season to begin!

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