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Fans are praising Max Stryjek’s «ultimate s***house» after the Crewe goalkeeper threw a penalty-tip counterpart’s water bottle before the shoot-out in the League Two play-off semi-final.


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Fans praised Crewe goalkeeper Max Stryjek’s ‘***housery’ ahead of their penalty shoot-out against Doncaster Rovers in the League Two play-off semi-final on Friday.

Lee Bell’s side went into the second leg two goals down after Doncaster seized the initiative at Gresty Road on Monday.

But The Railwaymen defended impressively away from home to take a two-goal lead to send the game into extra time.

A further 30 minutes of action could not separate the two sides at the Keepmoat Stadium, with the result tied and progress to the final at Wembley later this month ultimately decided by penalty kicks.

As the shoot-out got under way, Stryjek ran behind the goal to collect a water bottle belonging to his counterpart Thimothee Lo-Tutala, which allegedly contained notes about Crewe’s penalties.

Crewe goalkeeper Max Stryjek threw away a penalty bottle belonging to the Doncaster Rovers keeper ahead of the League Two play-off semi-final

The Polish goalkeeper then made two saves as Crewe triumphed in the shootout

The Polish goalkeeper then made two saves as Crewe triumphed in the shootout

The Railwaymen will now travel to Wembley next weekend to secure promotion

The Railwaymen will now travel to Wembley next weekend to secure promotion

The Polish goalkeeper then proceeded to launch the bottle deep into the stands just as the shootout was about to begin.

Crewe would eventually win 4-3, with Stryjek saving two penalties to leave Crewe just one game away from promotion to League One.

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Writing to Stryjko on social media, one fan slammed the bottle as «the ultimate s***housery».

Another wrote: ‘He can get the man out of Wycombe but not Wycombe out of the man’

Another fan noted that the information about the penalties was actually picked up by a photographer on the ground, but Crewe won regardless of Stryjek’s man of the hour.

Next Sunday at Wembley, Crewe will face the winner of the clash between MK Dons and Crawley this evening. Crawley at Stadium MK with a comfortable 3-0 advantage as they look to secure a return to the third tier after spending 10 consecutive seasons in League Two.

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Read more at DailyMail.co.uk




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