IPSWICH Town winger Paul Anderson is under pressure to pay for goal celebration damage running into hundreds of millions.
Anderson previously offered to cover the damage when one jubilant fan punched a hole in the ceiling after his vital equaliser against Norwich.
He has since been contacted by 36-year-old Wayne Hayes, who was so overwhelmed by Anderson’s goal that he crashed a high-end Italian sports car into the Tate Britain, causing a fire that destroyed the building, all its contents, and several surrounding homes.
Hayes said: “I was listening to the match in my brand new Lamborghini Gallardo LLP 550-4 when Ando slotted home. Letting go of the steering wheel to punch the air, my car spun out of control and careered into the massive gallery full of priceless art.
“Mercifully, I emerged unscathed, but the car was a write-off and everything around it was on fire. I have DM’ed Ando my address and I look forward to receiving my replacement supercar within a week.”
He added: “The Gallardo that I crashed while celebrating Ando’s goal was also a LLP 550-4, but it was yellow. So if Ando can bear that in mind when he’s buying it, because I really would prefer metallic blue.”