WATCH: Marshawn Lynch goes Beast Mode in charity soccer game

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Marshawn Lynch is one of the most entertaining people you’ll ever come across. He’s always involved in some shenanigans of some sort, and his smile is undeniably infectious.

The Oakland Raiders running back was playing in a charity soccer match on Sunday. The event was organized by organized by former Sounder Steve Zakuani, and Lynch stole the show.

Whether it was Lynch coming into the game with flip-flops, him picking up the ball to run in a magnificent goal/touchdown or his move to steal a ref’s red card, Beast Mode was on point.

Rules don’t really matter, do they?

For Lynch, they didn’t in this case. He’s an entertainer, first and foremost, even when he’s at his most serious on the gridiron running people into the ground. In this case, it was all smiles and giggles as Beast Mode took over and re-wrote the rule book on the fly.