Watford striker, Isaac Success has been caught in an online video shoot doing a hip-hop dancing swag in celebration of his club’s ticket into the English FA Cup final.
Success could not play the game at Vicarage Road on Sunday due to injury, but he did not miss out in the celebrations that followed soon after in The Hornets’ dressing room.
In Success’ absence, Gerard Deulofeu’s extra-time winner saw Watford complete a stunning 3-2 comeback win over Wolves to reach their first FA Cup final in 35 years.
Wolves had held a 2-0 lead until the 79th minute when Deulofeu chipped in a curling shot to spark hope for the Hornets whose captain Troy Deeney then won and scored a 94th-minute penalty.
Two set-pieces had put Wolves in control, with Matt Doherty’s header from a corner (36) and Raul Jimenez’s chest and finish from a free-kick (62) giving them a comfortable lead, but they struggled to regain control of the game after Deulofeu’s first.
The Spanish substitute slotted past John Ruddy in the 104th minute to set up a Wembley final against Manchester City on May 18.
When Leander Dendoncker then fouled Deeney inside the box in the final minute of added time, the captain smashed the ball beyond Ruddy to send the semi-final into extra-time.
Both sides looked leggy in the additional half-hour, but a moment of quality between Andre Gray and Deulofeu proved enough to finally seal victory, with the latter finishing superbly once his strike partner had played him through from a Deeney flick-on.
Watford held on to record one of the most remarkable Wembley comebacks, and Success gleefully joined them for the celebrations, with his dance steps hogging all social media spots thereafter.
A post on the Twitter handle @RyanMorganMedia showed a video ostensibly recorded by Gray, with a catchy expression that reads: “My mood is Isaac Success.”