Dan Burn scored Newcastle's winner against Leicester after slaloming past three defenders in the box and slotting home in the far corner … and yet, that somehow isn't what fans will remember him for tonight.
The 6ft5ins defender went full Peter Crouch in the dressing room after the game, spaghettiing himself around like a skydancer (or a whacky waving inflatable arm-flailing tube man for Family Guy fans out there) as his ordinarily-proportioned team-mates cheered him on fell about laughing.
His goal was amazing, but his this was even better, and it left fans in absolute stitches on social media.
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"Hahaha go on big man," one Newcastle fan tweeted. "Dancing on all the Newcastle haters here," wrote another, while a third said: "I'm literally dying at this hahaha."
The clip was aired on Sky Sports shortly before Burn's post-match interview, and presenter Mark Chapman asked the 30-year-old whether he fancied giving viewers another glimpse of his dance moves.
"Absolutely not," he replied, with a look of 'oh b****** what have done?' plastered all over his face. "To be honest I'm actually gutted I've done it but I don't care."
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The lanky left back's incredible solo goal was his very first for Newcastle following his £13m move from Brighton 12 months ago. Joelinton doubled the home side's lead mid-way through the second half to seal victory – the first for Eddie Howe's side in four games.
Burn, who was a die-hard Magpies fan growing up, spent time in the club's academy as a boy, but was released aged 11. Back then, he probably couldn't picture a day like today – and with those dance moves, he probably wouldn't have wanted to either.
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