Newcastle United’s Callum Wilson mocks West Ham striker Michel Antonio’s brace in Match 1 against AEK LarnacaYingshi A Europa League round of 16 match.
David Moyes’ side have since beaten the Minnows 4-0 and advanced to the quarter-finals, where they were drawn to face Belgian side Genk.Although £85,000 per week The man has struggled for form this season as has his club and he has shown his level in the game.
However, Callum Wilson made fun of Michelle Antonio for scoring against the league team as they are very close friends and tend to tease each other Football podcasts from BBC footballers.
Callum Wilson mocks Michel Antonio’s Europa League brace
While some may be taken aback by Magpie Archer’s candor and may even consider it disrespectful, his comments were made in jest.
However, Callum Wilson couldn’t resist after Michele Antonio gave his account 1Yingshi After scoring two goals against AEK Larnaca in the Europa League.
Antonio opened, “It was a good game, I enjoyed it, scored two goals. I should have had a hat-trick, I hit the post. It would be a perfect hat-trick too, header, right foot left foot. “
Callum Wilson, however, replied to Michel Antonio about his heroics in the Europa League: “The bar, he can only score against the bar. Against Larnaca, I have five. In the Europa League In league games, you’re playing the guy who works at the bar on the pleasure beach, and the next minute, they’re playing football with you.”
“They’re giving out pornstar martinis and then showing up to play you. All of a sudden, you want to start talking about your status on a podcast.”
The hardcore legend retorted: “You guys need to start winning games or you won’t even get in! Let’s give it a try and see how you do against these guys you call pub players.”
Ultimately, the two sides emphasized the close relationship between Callum Wilson and Michel Antonio, after all, the former was only joking when commenting on the level of the Europa League.
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