Jarrod Bowen scored a brace for West Ham – one goal for each of the twins he's expecting with girlfriend Dani Dyer.
Bowen's strikes secured the Hammers a crucial 2-0 win over relegation rivals Everton at the London Stadium, just a day after he and Dani announced their big news. He celebrated his controversial opener with a unique celebration.
The winger, 26, put the ball under his shirt, as is tradition, before going for a double thumb-suck as opposed to the usual single. One fan reacted: "Bowen with the rare 'my missus is pregnant with *twins*' ball up the shirt double thumb-suck celebration there."
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Another joked: "Should have got two balls ideally for full commitment to the bit." And a third echoed: "Needs a second ball though."
Bowen was made up with his perfect weekend. Speaking to Premier League Productions post-match, he said: "We broke the news last night that we are having twins.
"Since we found out it has been hard to keep it away from everyone but to release it last night and score today was really special. I could not have asked for a better weekend."
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It was also a huge result for West Ham, who dragged themselves out of the bottom three and left struggling Everton in 19th. Reflecting on the match as a whole, Bowen added: "Its massive.
"We've been disappointed with how we have been playing and the position we are it. But it is down to us. We got into this position and it is up to us to drag us out of it.
"Today it was really important to put in a good performance, lift the fans and put smiles back on people's faces.
"Today was a massive game, we knew what was a stake and now it is about building on it. Of course there is pressure but it was down ot us to get that first goal and get the fans cheering again."
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