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James Maddison Performs Socially Distant Celebration In Hilarious Moment

James Maddison Performs Socially Distant Celebration In Hilarious Moment

James Maddison performed a socially distant celebration in a hilarious moment during Leicester City vs. Southampton.

Maddison celebrated in style after opening the scoring at the King Power Stadium on Saturday night.

After smashing home from a tight angle, the 24-year-old wheeled away in celebration - asking his teammates to stand back amid the new Premier League coronavirus protocols.

They sent a warning about celebrating with teammates with the England international taking the message on board.

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He followed his goal with a socially distant celebration, gesturing high-fives and hand-shakes.


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Fans loved Maddison's celebration on social media.

One Twitter user wrote: "That's how you celebrate socially distanced style."

A second tweeted: "Love the celebration. The finish weren't bad either."

A third added: "What a celebration."

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Image: PA
Image: PA

Harvey Barnes grabbed a second Leicester goal deep into stoppage time as the Foxes move above Liverpool to second place in the table.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: James Maddison, Football News, Leicester City, Football, Premier League

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