Dewsbury-Hall explains interesting celebration for first EPL goal

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall of Leicester City (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall of Leicester City (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images) /
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Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall of Leicester City (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images) /

Rising Leicester City star Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall explains the interesting celebration he produced following his first Premier League goal.

Most football followers in the country – and Premier League fans around the world – will now know the name Dewsbury-Hall. But only when they realised it wasn’t the title of a fancy English wedding venue. ‘KDH’ is one of, if not the brightest, shining examples of positivity in an uneven yet still possibly fruitful and galvanising campaign.

Luke Thomas is a potential Young Player of the Season. Daniel Amartey is clearly earning the Most Improved Player award; ‘Found a Home’, could be a more appropriate phrasing for the vital Ghanaian and former utility man as arguably the backup centreback. James Maddison is likely the official Fans’ and Players’ Player of the Season. Leaving Dewsbury-Hall, in my opinion, with a new, unique accolade of ‘The Future of LCFC’.

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Obviously the ‘later on in years’ loans did the now 23-year-old’s career the world of good, following spells at Blackpool and Luton Town. In the contemporary era, he finds himself an integral part on Brendan Rodgers’ roster. Not only that, but one of the only constant starters at present alongside the, currently, pretty average Youri Tielemans. If the Belgium international does depart Filbert Way in the summer – obtaining that fee seems more of a necessity every single week as Tielemans’ price could well be decreasing rapidly – the East Midlanders have a more than adequate replacement or heir in KDH.

The absolute glee omitted from Dewsbury-Hall as he netted his initial senior goal for the King Power club versus Crystal Palace will forever stay with the Blue Army. What a moment. Some people seem of the opinion that the all black boots reputation means a player is uninteresting or will resemble a, so-called, ‘boring James Milner’ character type. Well, not our boy Kiernan, who explains the ‘spicy’ celebration.

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"“A friend of mine asked me to do a celebration like I’m adding a little spice to the pot. I thought I’d add a little spice to the game.“I want to contribute with goals and assists. It’s important for me to keep playing well for the team and I know the goals and assists will come the more I play and the more confident I’m getting. I just want to play well for the team and when the goals come they’re bonuses.”Leicester Mercury"