Shrewsbury star performs elite ‘s***housery’ celebration after Liverpool goal

Shrewsbury Town forward Daniel Udoh taunted Liverpool fans after scoring the opening goal at Anfield on Sunday.

The Nigerian latched onto to Nathanael Ogbeta's low-driven cross to stab home after 26 minutes to give the Shrews a dream start in the FA Cup third round tie.

As the away fans went crazy, Udoh sprinted to the corner flag and mimicked Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's trademark 'SIIUU' celebration, to rub salt in the wounds of the home supporters – who aren't especially fond of the Portugal international in case you hadn't guessed.

"Proper s***housery this," one fan tweeted.

"Absolutely brilliant!! Liverpool fans must be fuming," wrote another.

"Ultimate S***housery despite knowing they're going to be battered after that," another said.

The goal sparked hope of yet another FA Cup giant-killing, particularly following fellow League One side Cambridge United's 1-0 win over Premier League strugglers Newcastle United at St James' Park yesterday, as well as National League North side Kidderminster Harrier's triumph over Championship side Reading.

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But sadly for the visitors, their lead only lasted a few minutes.

17-year-old Kaide Gordon put Liverpool back on terms with a wonderfully composed finish inside the box, and the hosts were in front 10 minutes later after Fabinho converted from the spot.

Reds forward Roberto Firmino added a third in the second half before Fabinho grabbed his second of the game in the dying seconds to secure a place in the fourth round for Jurgen Klopp's side.

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