Ben Foster reveals Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's hilarious reaction to penalty save, it sums them up
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Ben Foster has revealed Ryan Reynolds and Ryan McElhenney's hilarious reaction to his last-minute penalty save in Wrexham's big win over Notts County.
Wrexham moved three points clear of Notts County in the National League after their sensational come-from-behind victory on Monday.
Goals from Paul Mullin, Jacob Mendy and Elliot Lee secured a big win as Foster saved a penalty deep, deep into injury time to preserve the three points.
The 40-year-old, who came out of retirement last month, produced his heroics in front of A-list owners Reynolds and McElhenney, who were both watching on from the stands.
Foster and Reynolds shared a brilliant exchange in the tunnel, with the former Manchester United goalkeeper also revealing that McElhenney kissed him fully on the lips.
Speaking after the goal, he told BT Sport: "Rob kissed me fully on the lips and Ryan called me a double-handsome bastard. I'll take that."
He added: "They're so happy, if you could order an absolute bob on, top of the class, top of the range owner, then you would just package them two up because they are as good as it gets.
"It means so much to them, they care so much, they do it properly.
"I've been here for what three weeks now and it's ran so professionally you would not believe. It is ridiculous how they run it, so fair play to them they deserve all they get."
The Deadpool superstar also spoke to BT Sport after the result, with fans loving the enthusiasm he showed during his post-match interview.
"When I get my hands on Ben Foster he's going to be on the injured reserve list. I'm going to break ribs I'm going to hug him so hard," he said.
"I'm used to working under extreme pressure, but usually I have some kind of control over it.
"I have nothing here, all I can do is watch and hope like everybody else.
"It was a pressure cooker coming into it for both of these teams. What both have achieved is historic on every level and I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like that."