Jeremie Frimpong drops the f-bomb while celebrating Celtic’s League Cup win against Rangers

Even while Brendan Rodgers is hundreds of miles away making the foxes fly at the King Power, his former club Celtic is showing no signs of slowing down and created history with an iconic 10th consecutive domestic trophy on Sunday.

Former player and current manager Neil Lennon oversaw his club’s 4th straight League Cup triumph during the weekend after Celtic pulled off a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side.

It wasn’t all smooth sailing for the Hoops though with the Gers missing a number of chances including a penalty and ultimately failed to utilise their numerical advantage after Jeremie Frimpong was sent off just after the hour mark.

The former Manchester City man has been turning some heads with his performances for the club and put in another solid display against their fierce rivals, although the 18-year-old showed his inexperience with a lunging tackle on Alfredo Morelos inside the box.


But with the Colombian missing from the spot and his side going on to win the cup, the Dutchman would have surely been relived and seemed to be absolutely buzzing after the full time whistle.

Cameras caught the youngster absolutely enjoying the moment and his reaction has been well received by Hoops fans after a clip of his wild celebrations on the pitch made it to Twitter.

Now that’s how you celebrate winning a cup! Check out a short video of Frimpong’s celebrations here:


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *