Responding to emerged BBC footage via Twitter of a supporter falling upside down during the celebrations of Everton’s 3-2 late comeback goal away to Watford, fans have since gone on to be in stitches at the unknown man in the crowd who appeared to become somewhat lost in the drama of it all.
The figure, who is pictured to be upside down with his feet in the air, ended up in that position due to Theo Walcott’s winner in the dying seconds of their memorable Vicarage Road victory. Early strikes from Adam Masina and Roberto Pereyra originally gave the Hornets a well deserved two-goal cushion heading into the break, but that’s before a quick double from defender Yerry Mina, both from successive corners, levelled the playing field seconds before the half time whistle.
A dramatic second period, one where midfielder Fabian Delph was sent off after two bookings, eventually resulted in Everton catching the home side on a sweeping counter-attack – with Walcott feeding off Moise Kean’s pass to nick all three points for Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
As a result, one supporter’s celebrations in the crowd has caught the eye of the Toffees community on social media – find all of their best reactions to the hilarious moment down below.
What an amazing club
— Dan (@Dan_Niasse) February 2, 2020
— 🇮🇹 Tom (@CarIoMagnifico) February 2, 2020
Well worth the smashing headache I’ve had all day
— ZestyZouma (@ZestyZouma) February 2, 2020
Rumour has it, that’s Gbamin
— Adam (@adxmEFC) February 2, 2020
— Everton Aren’t We (@EvertonArentWe) February 2, 2020
Not a phone in sight, just limbs flying everywhere
— Carson Coffield (@CarsonCoffield) February 2, 2020
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