London - When Ipswich Town fan Ross Morgan Tweeted a picture of a fist-sized hole he punched in the ceiling celebrating his side's goal against Norwich City on Saturday it struck a chord with the scorer Paul Anderson.
So much so, in fact, that Anderson offered to pay for the damage.
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"Tell me how much to fix it and I'll pay it mate," Anderson replied in a message on his Twitter account, before adding in a follow-up message: "Seriously let me know. It's my fault!"
Morgan, who was watching the playoff semi-final first leg at home on TV with friends, said he was "shocked" to receive the offer.
"It's a great gesture from him," he said. "I wasn't too happy because they'd (Norwich) just scored but then when Ando scored I just lost it.
"I went for a fist pump while jumping up at the same time. The next thing I knew I had gone through the ceiling."
The first leg ended 1-1 and the second game is at Norwich on Saturday with the winners going through to the final against Middlesbrough or Brentford with a Premier League spot at stake.