Charlie Adam is going viral on social media after producing a contender for ‘assist of the season’ during Dundee’s clash against St Mirren on Saturday afternoon.

But there’s one major problem: it’s an ‘assist’ for the opposing team.

The veteran midfielder, 36, dribbled the ball near his own byline before producing a Johan Cruyff-esque turn back into trouble and inexplicably passing across the face of his own goal.

Adam’s right-footed pass fell straight to Alex Greive, who made no mistake from close range.

It was an absolute gift from the former Liverpool

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 and Scotland midfielder

Video: Charlie Adam’s ‘assist of the season’

Watch it here:

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Oh, Charlie! What was he thinking?!

It was only a couple of weeks ago that he went viral on social media for a truly embarrassing dive and now this. Bet the poor bloke can’t wait until the end of the season.

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Dundee are fighting to avoid relegation from the Scottish Premiership and that’s the last thing they needed from their captain and most experienced player.

St Mirren went on to secure a 2-0 victory with Custis Lee Main netting for the hosts after half-time.

Let’s check out some of the reaction to Adam’s inadvertent ‘assist’:

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Relegation-threatened Dundee end their campaign with games against Hibernian and Livingstone.

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