Southampton striker Danny Ings insists he hasn’t thought about how he’d celebrate in an empty stadium. Ings, who has 18 goals to his name this season, has helped fire the St Mary’s side away from the relegation zone. He was in line to receive an England call-up at the end of March before the professional sport was brought to a halt due to coronavirus. Football returned in Germany earlier this month and there were some interesting celebrations – especially as players have been told to not high-five or hug each other.
Danny Ings said: “I’ve never played FIFA before the last month or so, but my friend Alex made me have a game and there’s a celebration on the game that he thinks I should do but I don’t think I’ll do it. When I score my adrenaline normally takes over so I’m not too sure how I’ll end up celebrating!”
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