Ben Foster Reacts To Swansea City's Jamal Lowe Celebrating In Front Of His GoPro Inside The Goal
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Ben Foster has reacted after Jamal Lowe celebrated in front of the camera in his goal yesterday.
The former Wigan and Portsmouth man struck twice for Swansea in a 2-1 win which took Steve Cooper's side up to second in the Championship.
And after his first goal, which cancelled out Tom Cleverley's opener, the 26-year-old mocked Watford goalkeeper Foster.
The former Manchester United man has a YouTube channel 'The Cycling GK,' where he takes fans behind the scenes through matchday vlogs.
A key part of his content is footage from fixtures, filmed from a Go-Pro he places inside his goal. Lowe was well aware of the huge hit the videos have become and took the opportunity to do a nice piece to camera following his strike.
Just Jamal Lowe celebrating in front of Fosters GoPro:sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/tuAnCoxfRS
- Jonty (@JontyCPFC) January 2, 2021
Jamal Lowe will appear in the Cycling Goalkeeper then pic.twitter.com/IxpaaXWidh
- Will:moyai: (@htfcwill) January 2, 2021
Lowe quickly went for his antics and fans have been wondering just how Foster felt about his celebration. The former Manchester United goalkeeper took to Twitter on Sunday afternoon to poke fan at the whole situation.
That feeling when you are deciding whether to include the Jamal Lowe celebration in your next YouTube video pic.twitter.com/6YZEKy620h
- Ben Foster (@BenFoster) January 3, 2021
"That feeling when you are deciding whether to include the Jamal Lowe celebration in your next YouTube video," Foster wrote in a tweet that has been liked over 29,000 times.
Given the keen interest in Lowe's tricks and the social media attention it received, you'd expect Foster to keep the raw footage in without any editing.
His tweet shows he's very much seeing the funny side over it all and knows it could get him a lot of views.
Foster has 258,000 subscribers on YouTube and his videos have amassed over 9 million views.
Topics: Watford, Swansea City, Ben Foster, YouTube