Football star twerks on hands and knees on ITV celebrating shock FA Cup win

An Aldershot Town player got down on his hands and knees to twerk after his side pulled off an FA Cup shock.

Aldershot stunned English football when the non-league side travelled up north to square off with League Two leaders Stockport County on Thursday evening. Oliver Scott was the hero, finding the net in the 88th minute to send The Shots though.

The visitors had earned the replay by holding Stockport to a 2-2 draw at their home ground The EBB Stadium on December 3. And after marching into the third round, it was one of their players' antics that caught the attention of fans.

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After the squad huddled and celebrated for the cameras, Theo Widdrington suddenly dropped to his hands and knees and started to twerk for the cameras.

"Theo Widdrington twerking on the BBC is well worth paying the TV license fee for," one fan joked. And another added: "I love them. Get them back in the EFL!"

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Dancing runs in the Widdrington family, his brother, Kai, is one of the professionals on Strictly Come Dancing. While their dad, Tommy, is a former professional footballer, who is now at the helm of Aldershot.

He said after the game: "My group never know when they're beaten and they'll always play to the final whistle whether that's 90 minutes or 100 minutes.

"I'm never worried about us going the distance. I hate the term 'non-league' because we're a professional football club."

Aldershot will now play Championship side West Bromwich Albion in the next round.

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