Chicago Based Tottenham Fan Celebrates Champions League Goal By Crossing Legs And Adjusting Tie

CHICAGO - Chicago based Tottenham Hotspur fan Erik Brown reportedly celebrated the Champions League goal against Manchester City at his workplace by crossing his legs and adjusting his tie as he attempted to look busy.



Streaming the game via youtubetv on a cellphone precariously perched on his knee below his cubicle desk, Brown attempted to reign in the dramatic feelings he experienced as the Champions League game against Manchester City crackled into a dramatic tension that punctured the low indistinct office hum that fills his cubicle.

“Yes, um… um.. yes, sorry, I was um… reading something,” stated Brown to his conference call as he attempted to remember what they were saying a few minutes ago.

“It’s not easy,” chatted Brown to our journalist on Discord. “I feel like I have a handle on this as long as I don’t have to pay attention to the call again in the next 30 minutes.”

For his part, Brown admitted that he celebrated the second goal by giving a moderate fist pump that he turned into a cough into his hand moment as he remembered that he was on a video hangout for this specific meeting.

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Brown takes a moment, after the meeting, to talk about the game with his fellow Spurs fans on Twitter on his personal phone from the bathroom stall for 5 minutes.