BRISTOL ROVERS striker Aaron Collins climbed on most sensible of a TRAFFIC LIGHT to have fun his group’s promotion to League One on Saturday.
The Fuel claimed 3rd position in League Two in dramatic style by means of beating already relegated Scunthorpe 7-0 at the last day of the season.
Aaron Collins poured beer on his head as he celebrated Bristol Rovers’ promotion
The striker scored 5 targets within the final two video games to assist the Fuel clinch 3rd spot in League Two
There have been jubilant scenes on the Memorial Stadium as Rovers enthusiasts poured onto the pitch of their hundreds.
And the celebrations endured lengthy into the night time at the streets of Bristol with enthusiasts and gamers concerned.
Collins, who scored 17 targets this season together with two towards Scunthorpe, were given slightly over excited.
He climbed on most sensible of a visitors gentle outdoor The Royal Oak pub together with his adoring supporters underneath, and started to drink beer and sing “We’re going up!”.
Draped in a flag that bore the similar phrases, the previous Woodland Inexperienced guy then proceeded to pour booze over his head.
Rovers enthusiasts liked each and every 2d as they egged him on after an afternoon of soccer they’ll by no means fail to remember.
Northampton concept they’d clinched the general computerized promotion spot by means of beating Barrow 3-1 however Rovers had different concepts.
Joey Barton’s facet handiest led 2-0 at half-time however scored the 5 targets they had to safe 3rd position on issues scored – with the 7-0 scoreline equalling the Cobblers on purpose distinction.
Promotion marks a fantastic turnaround for Rovers who misplaced six in their first ten video games this season.
Even final week their promotion potentialities appeared over sooner than Collins stored the day with a hat-trick, together with two within the final 5 mins to finish an not likely 4-3 win over Rochdale.
Northampton now have to select themselves up for a play-off semi-final conflict towards Nigel Clough’s Mansfield, with Swindon and Port Vale additionally completing within the play-off puts.