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Leeds United supporting dog goes viral with hilarious video celebrating goal

One particular Leeds United supporting dog goes viral late on Wednesday night with a hilarious video of her goal celebrating.

Her owner captured the hilarious moment as she went ballistic when celebrating the moment Rodrigo made the scoreline 2-1 in favour of Leeds, before going on to beat Newcastle 5-2.

The ten-year-old Collie named Bee has unfortunately been deaf since birth, however has “additional powers” according to her owner Paul Lacey and can sense when Leeds United have scored.

She loves nothing more than watching the West Yorkshire outfit score – with “regular” goal celebrations of these in the owner’s home.

Bee is known to often stand and stare at the screen and watches every minute of the action.

A Leeds United supporting dog has gone viral after his owner captured the hilarious moment he celebrated a goal.
cc Paul Lacey

Paul is a season ticket holder in Cambridgeshire, and couldn’t help but capture the bonkers moment she celebrated the goal on Wednesday

Paul told the Yorkshire Evening Post he was “buzzing” after the win.

He said: “She regularly watches games and especially Leeds games as we play in white, the same colour as her.

“She knows how mad I go when we score.

“This clip was from Match of the Day as I was too into the game at the time to film her.

“She loves football and will stand and watch the game and follow the ball around or concentrate on a player whatever takes her fancy or interest.

“She regularly celebrates when we score.”

Paul said the reaction to the video has been “mad” as thousands of supporters took to social media to check out the video.

He added: “We have other videos of her but this time I was buzzing after the performance so decided to share on a couple of Facebook pages it has gone mad, over 1000 likes on one and over 250 last I looked and Twitter is also going mad with lots of retweets.

“I am a season ticket holder from a village called Sawtry in Cambridgeshire and I am missing the 250 mile round trip to see the games.”

Jeff Hendrick and Ciaran Clark gave Newcastle hope of some sort of result at Elland Road, however goals from Patrick Bamford, Rodrigo, Stuart Dallas, Ezgjan Alioski, and Jack Harrison earned Marcelo Bielsa’s side the three points.

The 5-2 win meant that Leeds are now 13th in the Premier League table whilst Newcastle are a place below them in 14th.

Player ratings

Leeds: Meslier (6), Dallas (7), Ayling (6), Cooper (7), Alioski (7), Phillips (7), Raphinha (8), Rodrigo (8), Klich (7), Harrison (9), Bamford (7).

Subs: Hernandez (7), Roberts (n/a), Shackleton (n/a)

Newcastle: Darlow (8), Murphy (7), Clark (7), Fernandez (6), Hayden (7), Lewis (7), Hendrick (7), Fraser (6), Longstaff (5), Joelinton (6), Wilson (6).

Subs: Krafth (6), Gayle (6), Almiron (5)

Man of the match: Jack Harrison (according to Sky Sports)

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa: “It was a deserved victory. In both halves we attacked a lot and created plenty of chances but in the second half we were more efficient. The team carried on playing in a calm and organised manner after they levelled the game and eventually were able to get on top of them again and score the goals when we needed to.”

Newcastle boss Steve Bruce: “Up until the last 12 minutes or whatever it was, I felt we gave as good as we got, and it could go either way. Unfortunately we’ve been punished and given away bad goals. When you give away bad goals at this level it’s difficult to swallow.

“I was all for VAR when they brought it in to make sure the clear and obvious mistakes the referee misses, that’s what the VAR is for. If anyone looks at the challenge [of Cooper on Wilson] you’ll understand it’s a penalty. We might not have gone on to win the match but certainly when you take the lead in the Premier League the outcome can be very different.”

Fans reacted as the Leeds United supporting dog goes viral with a hilarious video of her celebrating a goal…

@spraddles69: @liddyparry the dog equivalent of me

@lufcxmatty: May be up there with one of the best things i have ever seen.

@LDT__: Hahahaha unreal

@ukcloudpro: mate that is epic. where do I get an amazing dog like that?

@thombo1987: Oh my God . That’s unreal. You’ve the dog well trained

@djblades69: Love that dog

@JoshCheetham91: Hahahahahahahaha go on dog

@noeladams1962: I think this my favourite tweet of the season.

@kandolll: That’s class!

@drawsonleeds: Love this. It’s the best tweet ever. Need to train my dog

@daniel99058502: Laughed so hard at this. Quality

@pudseyexile: Wish our collie would do that!

@daniel99058502: Laughed so hard at this. Quality

@Colmfergie: Even the dog knows to wait for a VAR call before celebrating. class video

@darren_metcalfe: Brilliant. I think I did that.

@dannycrossen1: Barking On Together

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