WATCH: Ian Walker Floors Cahill's Translator With Slap

By Ned Kelly, May 12, 2015

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The hottest-tempered Shanghai Derby in history ended 5-0 to SIPG, with Shenhua receiving three red cards and six yellow, leading to a cauldron atmosphere in the Shanghai Stadium.

It was all too much for Tim Cahill's Shenhua translator Zhou Xin, who - looking for revenge in the most spineless manner - seemed to go down under the softest of cheek strokes from SIPG goalkeeper coach and That's columnist Ian Walker...

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Needless to say, fans from both sides of the city divide were quick to point out that Zhou had made a *bit* of a meal of things (and done a very bad job of that):

"Now their translator knows about the dive, Shenhua has genuinely rotted to the root."

"Don't disgrace the name of ‘Shenhua’, you are just team ‘Shanghai Greenland’!"

"This is easily the highlight of the night!"

"At first, I thought he was having a seizure..."

"That's typically of how to lose a game and dignity!"

"This makes me laugh! What a lousy performance!"

"Basically, Shenhua is a joke!"

"Even Tim Cahill (standing in the back) was laughing..."

Yes indeed 无门无忌, at least it gave Cahill and Walker something they could both laugh about...

// Watch full highlights of the Shanghai Derby right here.

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