The midfielder of Leicester City, James Maddison, said players are willing to follow new guidelines about the celebrations of goals if it means that games can continue, after gesturing hands and high five, the victory of the Premier League on Saturday over Southampton. The head of Richard Masters had asked players to establish the appropriate example by not celebrating the objectives with the usual hugs. Maddison and companion goal Goller Harvey Barnes adhered to the rules on Saturday.
In other places, the Michail Antonio de West Ham United adopted a routine that looked like it was swimming on the lawn of London Stadium in his 1-0 victory over Burnley. “If things like that we need to maintain football, Then, so I know. They have told us that we stop the meetings of the people and tried to make it happy, “Maddison Bt Sport said.” Football players get a lot of stick, and it’s good to put a lighter note. I do not believe You will find a person in the country who wants football to stop.