Jamal Lowe Celebrates To Ben Foster's Camera Inside His Goal
Swansea City winger Jamal Lowe is surely going to appear on The Cycling GK after scoring past Watford and celebrating right in front of Ben Foster's camera.
Watford keeper Foster became one of the sensations of 2020 with his YouTube channel 'The Cycling GK,' giving insight into the life of a goalkeeper.
The former England international uses footage from games for his weekly vlogs by placing a GoPro camera in the back of his goal whilst he's playing.
And this week is sure to see a cameo from Lowe. The Swansea player levelled the scoring for the Welsh side against Watford on Saturday, and made sure he celebrated in front of the camera in the goal.
Just Jamal Lowe celebrating in front of Fosters GoPro:sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/tuAnCoxfRS- Jonty (@JontyCPFC) January 2, 2021
Jamal Lowe pointing at the camera in Ben Foster's goal.- Jordan (@JordanWebber96) January 2, 2021
My number nine. pic.twitter.com/6XT5CYvYcw
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Excellent shithousery from Jamal Lowe. Can't fault it. pic.twitter.com/r98xpBJwTP- Seán Walker (@SeanWalkerSport) January 2, 2021
Jamal Lowe will appear in the Cycling Goalkeeper then pic.twitter.com/IxpaaXWidh- Will:moyai: (@htfcwill) January 2, 2021
Jamal Lowe getting a feature on the Cycling GK channel this week- Ben :flag_gb: (@Ben_SCFC_) January 2, 2021
"The Swansea player"- (@WilSCFC) January 2, 2021
It's Sir Jamal Lowe - Owner of the Cardiff City stadium ffs. https://t.co/ZnfPip0GTb
This is Jamal Lowe's world and we're all just living in it.- tom (@scfcthomas) January 2, 2021
Tom Cleverley had given Xisco Munoz's side the lead after just 20 minutes, in just his second game in charge of the Hertfordshire side, but Lowe equalised just before half time.
The 26-year-old was at it again after the break, grabbing a second for himself in the 67th minute and giving Steve Cooper's side the lead.
It was a lead they wouldn't give up and the win keeps them in second in the Championship, four points below Norwich City but two points clear of third place Brentford.
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