Norwich captain Hanley performs with teammate’s bum
Football fans will be surprised to see a new kind of celebration as Norwich City celebrated their promotion to the Premier League today on the final day of the regular championship season.
The Canaries ended their title campaign on Saturday with a draw against Barnsley and then hosted a small promotional party on Oakwell Square.
There was a special moment, perhaps the first of its kind in football, a true feat, when Norwich captain Grant Hanley approached and teammate Kenny McLean hit the ground.
Hanley’s club and country team-mate (Scotland) was sent off with a knee injury just minutes after the start of the second half. Sky Sports reports that the playmaker will have doubts about the euro this summer.
When McLean got on crutches, Hanley slapped his bum, then put his hand on his mate’s bum to give him the kind of lift that could get him back to normal in no time.
Hanley’s middle finger was in McLean while he tapped his mate’s cheek with another finger.
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Norwich starlet Todd Cantwell was right next to the duo in the crush and didn’t respond at all to the moment. Hence, it’s likely a common way for Hanley and McLean to celebrate what they’ve blessed many times this season after 29 wins.
This moment is sure to spark reactions and conversations on social media, but both people were clearly comfortable and that’s all that matters.