Notts County striker Lee Hughes was left with egg on his chin as well as marker pen on his t-shirt as his goal celebration stunt backfired. The West Brom legend was given a torrid time by Wolves fans on his first return to Molineux since his heyday with the Baggies.
The 34-year-old must have thought it was his lucky day when he headed the Magpies into the lead and revealed a t-shirt featuring West Brom’s beloved ‘boing boing’ chant.
But Wolves were to get the last laugh. With Hughes substituted 10 minutes from time, the Premier League outfit managed to take the match to extra-time and went on to win the Carling Cup tie 4-2.
County boss Craig Short said: “I didn’t know Lee was planning that celebration. I’m just disappointed for him that it wasn’t the winner.”