Many Crystal Palace fans have responded to a club tweet showing the celebration of a fan after his half-time penalty.
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The youngster – appropriately wearing Luka Milivojevic’s number and name on the back of his shirt – smashed home his penalty in front of the Palace fans, but then made a very cheeky celebration as he legged it towards the Norwich fans just to knee slide in front of them.
Thankfully, the Norwich fans were much more receptive than the Arsenal fans when Emmanuel Adebayor did this to them, as they could see the funny side of the celebration.
Similarly to this goal, Milivojevic managed to slot home his penalty at the same end around just half an hour prior, putting Palace ahead after James McArthur was brought down in the box.
Despite playing the majority of the game at 1-0, and throwing away a 1-0 win at Selhurst the week before, Palace looked assured in their second half performance and substitute Andros Townsend managed to put the game beyond doubt with a classy finish in added time.
There was a pretty positive response to the video; many laughed at the celebrations, comparing him to the Palace captain, while others respected the Norwich fans seeing the funny side and not giving the youngster a barrage of abuse.
Here are some of the best responses below…
Nice clapping from the Norwich support
— Mark Hudson (@MarkEagle9) October 2, 2019
Nice to see the away fans clapping him.
— Andy Lobo (@andy_lobo) October 2, 2019
— Richard Archer (@richard_archer) October 2, 2019
Fair play to the NCFC fans recognising the new Luka.
— EDDARD STARK (@SlySi1905) October 2, 2019
Man like serbia
— Mahsen Alwy (@AlwyMahsen) October 2, 2019
— Alex Westry (@alex_westry) October 2, 2019
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