‘We would like to remind Newcastle supporters the Hawthorns is a windmill-free zone’: West Brom’s hilarious message ahead of FA Cup tie after Toon fan is caught exposing himself celebrating extra-time winner
- Allan Saint-Maximin scored an extra time winner for Newcastle at Oxford
- One away fan got a bit carried away in the celebrations broadcast on BBC One
- He appeared to expose himself and simulate a masturbation act in the stands
- West Brom posted a hilarious message about the incident on their social media
- They reminded visiting supporters that their ground is a ‘windmill-free zone’
Nathan Salt For Mailonline
West Brom could not resist poking fun at the Newcastle United supporter who exposed himself celebrating a goal on Tuesday night by reminding Toon fans that the Hawthorns stadium is a ‘windmill free zone’.
Newcastle overcame Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium on Tuesday to set up a fifth round tie against West Brom.
As they revealed ticket details for the tie, taking place on March 3, the Championship side comically included a note to visiting fans that it was a ‘windmill-free zone’, a clear nod to the events of the jubilant supporter on Tuesday night. West Brom hilariously poked fun at the Newcastle United supporter who exposed himself by insisting to visiting supporters that the Hawthorns is a ‘windmill-free zone’ on a matchday A Newcastle fan seemed to get a little overexcited celebrating an extra-time winner at Oxford
The supporter appeared to expose himself after Allan Saint-Maximin’s late winner on Tuesday
The incident was broadcast live on BBC One as extra-time caused the news to be delayed
Newcastle supporter got a little overexcited as Allan Saint-Maximin scored a stunner in extra-time to send the Premier League side to the fifth round.
He raced over to celebrate in front of the away fans and TV viewers would have been shocked to see one fan unzipping His trousers, whipping out his penis and gesticulating with it at the matchwinner.
He appeared to simulate a masturbation act as he saw his team finally overcome their League One opponents after a gruelling minutes at the Kassam Stadium.
The reaction from West Brom’s supporters was unanimously positive following the funny tweet
One fan suggested that the admin of the West Bromwich Albion account deserves a bonus
A Newcastle United fan replied and insisted that ‘not all Newcastle fans celebrate in that way!’
The Championship side tweeted: ‘Confirmation of our #EmiratesFACup fifth-round clash with Newcastle United.
‘We would like to remind @NUFC supporters The Hawthorns is a windmill-free zone.’
Newcastle fan Darren Rogers added: ‘BRAVO admin. I actually laughed at this and I can assure you, not all Newcastle fans celebrate in that way! ‘
Baggies fan Sam said: ‘Admin with a W (win),’ while another added: ‘someone deserves a cheeky little bonus for this, ‘as West Brom supporters saw the funny side of the unique briefing ahead of a matchday.
Newcastle’s game with Oxford was broadcast live on BBC One and caused the Ten O’Clock News to be delayed until the end of the game.
The fan’s antics attracted much discussion on social media, with eagle-eyed viewers posting a clip of the bizarre celebration on Twitter.
Saint-Maximin rifled an unstoppable drive into the back of the net from the edge of the area – year-old celebrates ensuring Newcastle’s progressing to the fifth-round of the FA Cup
Another simply tweeted:’ The magic of the cup ‘.
Saint-Maximin himself chimed in, tweeting ‘Me after seeing the helicopter celebration’ alongside a GIF of the ‘excuse me’ reaction.
Newcastle’s trip to The Hawthorns will be their first FA Cup fifth-round appearance in (years.)
The Magpies prevailed 3-2, only after seeing their two-goal lead wiped out in the final six minutes of normal time.
Sean Longstaff and Joelinton had put the Premier League side two goals to the good in the replay, following last month’s goalless draw at St James’ Park . The Frenchman celebrates in front of the away fans after his strike in the 116 th minute But they were made to sweat when Lia m Kelly pulled one back in the th minute and were then forced into the added half-an-hour when Nathan Holland’s volley found the bottom corner in the 120 th minute.
With the dreaded penalty shootout looming Saint-Maximin delivered with just four minutes remaining.
The 22 – year-old shifted the ball onto his right foot and drilled a powerful effort from the edge of the area beyond goalkeeper Simon Eastwood and into the back of the net.
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