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VIDEO: Viewers baffled by what Alioski was doing to Hernandez’s stomach in Leeds win over Villa

Viewers were left baffled when watching Leeds United’s stunning win against Aston Villa, as Ezgjan Alioski was caught on camera doing something to Pablo Hernandez.

The two players were waiting to take a free kick, but Macedonian winger Alioski stood hunched over the ball before then putting his head into his team-mate’s stomach.

Watch the moment for yourself in the video below…

The video has gone viral and even made national headlines with The Sun talking about it.

It has been viewed over 153,000 times on Twitter, added to the hundreds of thousands that no doubt tuned into the match on Sky Sports yesterday afternoon. It also had over 2,700 likes and was retweeted over 600 times.

Leeds found themselves 2-0 down after just 16 minutes when Tammy Abraham and Conor Hourihane found the net, looking like they would stop the Yorkshire side from going top of the table for Christmas.

However Marcelo Bielsa’s men hit back hard, scoring two goals within five minutes early into the second half through substitute Jack Clarke’s curler followed by Pontus Jansson’s header.

A winner was found thanks to Kemar Roofe as he found the bottom corner to send the travelling fans wild.

The Leeds boss claimed he would have been satisfied with a draw. He said: “We were satisfied with the draw. But we felt a lot of euphoria to win, especially as it was in the last minute. And we deserved to win. We put in a lot of effort. The performance of the players was all very good.”

Aston Villa boss Dean Smith said: “Going 2-0 up in a game like this, you expect to see it out, especially at Villa Park. But they’re the best side we’ve played so far and we got punished for our defensive lapses.”

 

After watching what Alioski was doing to Hernandez, social media users’ heads thought dirty, some suggested he was wiping sweat off his head, others thought he was getting rid of some snot – take a look at what they said on the next page.

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