Isacc Success Thrills Vicarage Road With Pogba-Like Goal Celebration After First Watford Goal


Former Granada forward Isacc Success scored his first goal for Watford in their 2-2 draw against Bournemouth, after coming on as a second half substitute for fellow Nigerian Odion Ighalo.


Success who was called up to the Nigeria national team for the first time ahead of next weekend World Cup 2018 qualifiers against Zambia in Ndola, met a left sided cross from Jose Holebas with a flick header past Artur Boruc in goal for Bournemouth.

The header, his first since his big money move helped his team picked up a point as it pegged the scores to 2-2, which saved them from losing all three points in front of their fans at Vicarage Road.

Success threw the crowd at Vicarage Road into a frenzy when he celebrated with the “Dab” dance move, usually the trademark of Manchester United big money man Paul Pogba.

Vicarage Road responded with chants of Success can dab, what has Pogba got over him while users of social media network twitter also got in on the act by posting comments about the celebrations.