Kettering Town goalkeeper Paul White does a funny walk in front of Rushden & Diamonds fans after late goal in 2-1 win
(Image: Twitter/Dan Hardinges)

VIDEO: Kettering Town goakeeper does funny walk in front of Rushden fans after added-time winner

Was celebrating 2-1 win in well attended but bad-temped match on New Year's Day.


Anyone wondering what the scuffle at the end of @AFCRD vs @KTFCOfficial was, this is what caused it. Think people need to grow up all round pic.twitter.com/UiNicz6eh0

— Dan Hardinges (@megabeaker) January 1, 2019

Kettering Town goalkeeper Paul White did a funny walk in front of the visiting Rushden & Diamonds fans after the home side scored a 94th-minute winner when the two Southern League Premier Division Central sides met on New Year’s Day.

Rhys Hoenes’s stoppage-time goal was followed by joyous scenes at a packed Latimer Park but no one seemed more pleased than the 24-year-old Irish shot stopper.

It's a shame this clip didn't capture the throwing of coins and spitting by the "fans" behind the goal, then a better perspective may be gained!!! https://t.co/e6ny48e1k8

— Sox (@malcolm_lewer) January 1, 2019

White channelled UFC star Conor McGregor and paraded himself around the penalty area as scores of travelling supporters watched their team concede from behind his goal.

A raucous kerfuffle amongst the 2,000+ strong crowd then followed the final whistle amid claims that the goalkeeper had been targeted by spectators earlier in the game.

Both sides finished the bad-tempered match with ten men.