Football: Moyes trusts it is the last three step dance for Hammers record-breaker Antonio

LONDON (AFP) – Michail Antonio left West Ham supervisor David Moyes neutral with his festival when he turned into the club’s record goalscorer in the Premier League however his twofold in the 4-1 win over Leicester “shut the chief up.”

Antonio snatched a cardboard cut out of himself after his first objective which saw him continue on to 48, one in front of Paulo di Canio’s old imprint.

The 31-year-old then, at that point played out a three step dance with the cut-out, lifted it and kissed it.

Antonio’s original festival bombed with Scotsman Moyes.

“It’s not something I’m enthused about,” said Moyes.

Antonio – who joined West Ham for £7 million (S$13 million) from Nottingham Forest in 2015 – was so up to speed in setting the new record he befuddled the film that he reproduced the scene from.

He said at first it was from the 2001 film Save The Last Dance when truth be told it was a notable scene from 1987 hit film Dirty Dancing – featuring the late Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Gray.

“Score the objective, leave a mark on the world, nail the festival, get the film name wrong in the meeting. Child pardon me! #DirtyDancing4Life,” he tweeted.

Antonio – who moved onto 49 objectives later in the match as the Hammers went top of the table after two games – clarified a great deal of thought had gone into the festival which occurred before a stuffed London Stadium.

“We were talking prior in the week, and I said ‘you realize what will be the best festival? Save The Last Dance’,” said Antonio.

“Perhaps someone could get me like Baby? However, I got a cardboard removed and gotten that.”

Moyes – whose side’s initial exhibitions have franked the structure they showed last term when they completed 6th and qualified for the Europa League – was far more joyful with Antonio scoring a twofold in the second-half in the wake of being condemned by him at the half-time break.

“I’m truly satisfied,” said Moyes. “I was frustrated with the manner in which he played in the principal half yet he did what’s necessary to quiet the administrator down after what I said to him at half-time.

“He’s just been at focus forward throughout the previous year and a half or two years.

“He’s gone on from that point and he’s looking a genuine modest bunch. His overall play has improved to such an extent.”

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