Maddison and Maupay in furious row after Brentford star’s ‘s***house’ celebration against Tottenham

NEAL MAUPAY clashed repeatedly with James Maddison after trolling the Tottenham hero with “s***house” celebrations for Brentford.

Fans reckon Maupay hit the bullseye for mocking a rival as he copied Maddison‘s dart-throwing goal salute in Wednesday night’s Premier League game.

James Maddison and Neal Maupay clashed


James Maddison and Neal Maupay clashedCredit: TNT Sports

And the row rumbled on – with Spurs’ England star later getting his own back.

After Destiny Udogie levelled, Maddison taunted Maupay when Brennan Johnson put Tottenham in front.

Straight after the Bees’ opener, the pair met awkwardly in an example of how tetchy the London derby became.

Stony-faced Maddison patted the Frenchman on the back of his head a few times as players walked back to re-start the match.

But it soon turned into a frosty exchange.

Maupay patted Maddison on the chest a few times and as the two stars briefly tangled and swapped what appeared to be testy words.

Ivan Toney had joined his frontpartner in marking the opening goal by darting off for an oche-style goal tribute.

But it’s not the first time Maupay has been accused of winding up rivals he was the focus of attention online.


One viewer posted: “Maupay & Toney doing Madders celebration for the Brentford goal. Top s***housery stuff.”

Other fans labelled the taunt “so bitchy” and “very salty”.

But variations on the word “s***house” dominated the descriptions.

One observation delivered that verdict along with the words: “Giving it the Maddison celebration after that finish, unreal.”

Maupay has previously admitted getting a kick out of winding up opposition supporters.

Maddison Maupey clash. Tottenham vs Brentford


Maddison Maupey clash. Tottenham vs BrentfordCredit: TNT Sports

In particular, he has a reputation for angering Arsenal and their fans.

As a Brighton star, he infuriated Gunners’ players over an incident that injured keeper Bernd Leno and  flared up with Matteo Guendouzi, who ended up grabbing his throat.

Then in February last year Maupay blocked Oleksandr Zinchenko with his body and collapsed to the ground clutching his face.

And his relationship with Crystal Palace followers is equally lacking in affection.

After Wilfried Zaha cupped his ears towards Brighton fans to celebrate a goal, Maupay did the same to Eagles’ supporters after he equalised.

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