Finn Harps goal celebration sums the League of Ireland up perfectly
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Finn Harps goal celebration sums the League of Ireland up perfectly

HILARIOUS STUFF from the match-winner.

Finn Harps won their first ever game at the Brandywell on Monday night, and did it in some fashion too.

With the game tied at 1-1 and only moments left, both Harps and Derry City probably would have been happy enough to head home with a point each.

Then Adam Foley stepped up to sweep home a last minute winner, making history for the Donegal side.

Clearly delighted to score such a massive goal for his club, Foley set off to celebrate, and did so by riling up the young lads who were sat watching the game on the stadium's walls.

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Fans are still not allowed into the grounds to watch games due to Covid restrictions, but the young locals found a way, and this is their reward for it.

We wouldn't hold it against Foley though, especially given the importance of the goal.

And you wonder why people call it the Greatest League in the World?

Elsewhere in the league over the weekend, Bohs scored one of the team goals of the season, through Wexford man Liam Burt.

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