Saracens star Alex Goode finally takes his kit off after celebrating Champions Cup triumph with THREE-DAY drinking session in full match gear… including boots and gum shield!
- Alex Goode helped Saracens beat Leinster 20-10 in the Champions Cup final
- The 31-year-old headed straight out in his kit to celebrate with his team-mates
- Goode travelled to London and even posted a house party address on Twitter
- On Tuesday he finally removed his Saracens strip and tweeted: ‘Over and out’
Alex Goode’s boozy Champions Cup celebrations finally came to an end on Tuesday – three days after he lifted the trophy with Saracens at St James’ Park.
The 31-year-old, who was also crowned European Player of the Year after helping his side to a 20-10 victory over Leinster, headed out to toast his double win with team-mates straight after the game.
But instead of changing into his own clothes, Good opted to proudly show off his Saracens colours by keeping his full kit – including boots and gum shield – on.
Alex Goode headed out to celebrate in his full Saracens kit after lifting the Champions Cup
The 31-year-old was pictured laughing and drinking on Mako Vunipola’s Instagram account
Pictures of the former England star out drinking soon emerged on social media, with his team-mates Sean Maitland, Nick Isiekwe and Mako Vunipola among those who shared images of Goode with a drink in hand.
And on Monday, Goode even tweeted ‘Boots on, strapping done, gum shield in – we are moving’ along with the address of his next drinking destination.
Earlier he posted the location of a house party he would be attending, seemingly inviting his followers to join him for his extended celebrations.
Goode proudly announced that he was the #LastManStanding in one tweet, although his antics appeared to have caught up with him on Tuesday.
Nick Isiekwe posted a photo of Goode enjoying another pint to his Instagram account
The ex-England man’s three-day bender came to an end on Tuesday when he removed his kit
Goode helped Saracens to the cup, winning it for the third time in four years in the process
The Saracens legend took to social media to post a photo of his kit on the floor, along with the message ‘Over and out’ and two sleep emojis.
Speaking after Saturday’s victory over Leinster, which earned him a third Champions Cup in the last four years, Goode said: ‘Every time I step out onto the field for Saracens it is a privilege for me. I love this place.
‘It has been an incredible part of my life and winning with these guys is an incredible feeling.’
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