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Jamie Vardy’s most unnecessary finish to goal, dressing room antics and wild celebrations

Fans were left amused as Jamie Vardy’s most unnecessary finish to a goal, his dressing room antics and wild celebrations at Preston.

It was a night to remember for the 37 year old, who Vardy scored twice, with Kasey McAteer also got on the score sheet as the Foxes eased to a 3-0 victory at Deepdale.

The result saw Leicester secure the Championship title, and boy did he have a good time celebrating with fans, his teammates and staff.

A shirtless Jamie Vardy appeared in a video, 43 seconds in, holding a beverage, telling Wanya Marcal that he’s ‘done f*** all this season’ while in the dressing room, with Vardy appearing trying to get him to “get up and dance”.

After his first goal, Vardy was on the wind up again, rattling Preston fans with his goal celebration.

Jamie Vardy also scored one of the easiest goals he’s ever had to in his career.

For Vardy’s second goal, defender Wout Faes saw his shot rebound off the post after a brilliant driving run. Vardy was on hand, to absolutely smash the ball into the back of the net from about five yards out.

Then after securing the title, hilariously produced a Klinsmann slide that went badly wrong as he came close to completely crashing into a advertising sign.

He was so pumped up that he saw the funny side with lip readers watching the video and saw the moment he told his teammate: “F***ing hell I went flying.”

Leicester’s Jamie Vardy said to Sky Sports:

“We’re over the moon. It was our target at the start of the season, but we knew it could have gone the other way. The gaffer has come in and told us how he wants us to play, and listen to the fans now.

“It has gone quick but it’s a graft, not many days off I’ll tell you that for nothing. The way we play, that’s how it is in training. Full throttle. I’m just glad we have 5,000 fans here to join us tonight. They’re massive, it’s not 20 minutes up the road, for them to come up in their numbers and for them to still be here and celebrate.

“We can celebrate it tonight but now we have another target which is 100 points. We do that again on Saturday when we celebrate with all the fans.

“Even the young lads, people like Hamza (Choudhury) there are more experienced than they’re given credit for.

“The first goal was best, but worst, connection of my career. As long as they’re on target, they can go in. The second one came to me and followed it in. There was no way I was missing it.

“I might not be [there next season]! For me personally, I feel fresh. I look after myself. I’m fortunate that I can put all my recovery stuff in my house. I get home from training and do it all from home. I will happily sit in my cryotherapy chamber for an hour with an iPad.

“I’m not ready to hang the boots up yet, the legs feel fine. I feel as fit as I ever have, so we’ll just see what happens.

“This club is massive. I’m not going to shy away from it. They took a massive punt on me when they signed me. A non league player. It took time for me to adapt. I struggled in my first season but second season we hit it off like a house on fire. The goals started flowing.”

Twitter users reacted Jamie Vardy’s most unnecessary finish to goal, dressing room antics and wild celebrations…

@jamielewis75: 🤣🤣🤣 even at Klinsman slides he’s the 🐐

@adamb_lcfc: Build the statue 💙

@justfoxes: Fuchin hell went flying !! LMFAO WHAT A GOAT !!

@JS21093: Do love Jamie Vardy tbh 🤣 hate playing against him but can’t help but like him

@RichAllureReece: VARDY is actually a legend uno. We don’t see ppl play for the badge like him any more like I fully believe he loves that club. Great to see 🤝🏾

@beckytLCFC: Earlier on this season I said I wanted Vardy to go out on a high of helping us get back up. Now he’s looking as good as ever and just 10 goals from 200 in all comps for Leicester. 10 more years it is.

@unre__: what a lunatic, never change vards!

@AHayer16: He is the definition of football heritage. An elite striker and unreal character

 

@daminanos: The longer he keeps playing, the more I respect and understand his decision to say no to Arsenal. He’d have been finished by now.

@Olly_lcfc15: Words can’t describe how much I love this man

@CallumJ901: Love Vardy me. Top top shithouse 😂

@heyit5sam: Everytime a set of fans try and shithouse Vardy it backfires 😂

@MarcGunby: What a footballer 37 years old but playing like a 20 year old. Red bull it gives you wings. Keep going Jamie Vardy 🦊

@TCootie: This guy is 37 years old btw…..

@shaunkevd: One of the all time greatest shithouses of all time Vardy. Love him

@ashclarke10: I’m going to cry actual tears when Vardy retires or leaves us. He’s a club legend, he’s Leicester, he’s our identity and I fucking love him.

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