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Jamie Vardy goes full sh**house mocking Wolves with goal celebration, after drinking Red Bull on the touchline

Ryan Sidle

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Jamie Vardy goes full sh**house mocking Wolves with goal celebration, after drinking Red Bull on the touchline

Jamie Vardy hit all the tropes about him and was at his s***house best, as Leicester City defeated Wolves in the Premier League, on Sunday afternoon.

This season Vardy's powers have been slightly on the wane, and Leicester have been suffering as a consequence, without their talisman's goals.

However, against Wolves he showed that he's far from finished, after coming on just after the hour mark, at the Molineux, with his side already 2-0 up.

Vardy set up his sides third of the game, finding James Maddison with a pass, and then grabbed his first league goal of the season so far.

The 35-year-old got on the end of a cross from Timothy Castagne, before celebrating in front of the home support, by roaring in their direction.

Vardy had once again not been picked to start, with Patson Daka prefered up front by Brendan Rodgers, but it wasn't the striker who impacted the game early on.

Youri Tielemans opened the scoring in the eighth minute, with a cracking goal from the edge of the area, after a free kick was cleared by Wolves' defender Jonny.

Harvey Barnes doubled the lead just 11 minutes later, a one-two with Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall opened up the opportunity and Barnes slotted home.

It remained just 2-0, despite Wolves having plenty of chances themselves, before Vardy was ready to come on.

Even before the introduction of the former England international he was having an impact, with the striker seen downing a can of Red Bull before coming on.

At the time that they scored their fourth of the game, Rodgers' side had only had four shots on Wolves goal, with the hosts having had 21 shots.

The home side have had issues upfront, really ever since Raul Jimenez's serious head injury in November 2020, picked up in a game vs Arsenal.

Adding Diego Costa upfront this season has not helped them as yet, and the lack of goals certainly sae Bruno Lage lose his job earlier this month.

On the flip side, Leicester's problems have not been upfront, with only five teams in the league having scored more than them.

Vardy's strike brought up his 100th goal since in the top tier since he turned 30, making him the first player in the Premier League to have reached that milestone.

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It is not the first time that the former Fleetwood striker has mocked Wolves fans after scoring against them in the east vs west Midlands derby.

Last season he mocked Wolves with his own wolf howl but then claimed it was all in the heat of the moment, saying, "It’s one of them, it’s all instincts.

"You do what comes to your mind at the first moment. A good celebration, but I’m just delighted to get the three points."

Once again on Sunday, he picked up all three points.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Jamie Vardy, Premier League, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leicester City

Ryan Sidle
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