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Ben Foster Finally Shares Footage Of Jamal Lowe Celebrating In Front Of His GoPro

Daniel Marland

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Ben Foster Finally Shares Footage Of Jamal Lowe Celebrating In Front Of His GoPro

Featured Image Credit: Ben Foster/YouTube & iFollow

Ben Foster has shared footage of Jamal Lowe celebrating in front of his GoPro and it's as good as you'd expect.

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Watford keeper Foster has become famous for his 'Cycling GK' vlogs, documenting his life as a goalkeeper.

But the Hornets travelled to Wales over the weekend to face Swansea City and Lowe made himself famous by celebrating his equaliser in front of Foster's camera.

He's been a good sport about it all however and included the celebration in his latest video which you can see from 9:30 below.

Foster joked about the celebration on Twitter, saying: "That feeling when you are deciding whether to include the Jamal Lowe celebration in your next YouTube video."

Lowe would then score again to seal a 2-1 victory for the Swans and Foster admitted his side weren't up to it in the second half.

He said: "A very disappointing result to be honest with you.

"We started the game really well, scored an early goal but as soon as that went in, we kinda stood off and took our foot off the gas. We should've kept going, kept applying the pressure.

"Fair play to Swansea, they got back in the game and played the game better than us, a bit more streetwise. They saw the game out very well, so yeah very disappointing but it is what it is."

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Watford captain Troy Deeney discussed the incident on talkSPORT and joked the 37-year-old has probably put a target on his back with the videos.

"Yeah. It's funny. When you're doing well, fans are like, 'we love the GoPro it's brilliant," he begun.

"Someone scores in front of it and it's like, 'why's he got a GoPro in his goal?'. It's swings and roundabouts.

"Ben's put a bit of a target on his back. He's been successful, so people are going to want to score and be on there and get coverage.

"It's the new era, unfortunately."

Watford are next in action on Saturday evening when they take on Manchester United in the FA Cup.

Topics: Watford, Football News, Swansea City, Ben Foster, Football, championship

Daniel Marland
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