James Milner explains his 'old man' celebration in Liverpool's win over Cardiff


James Milner celebrated in a hilarious old man's gesture after scoring from a spot kick following a foul on Mohamed Salah

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The 33-year-old  came from the bench to replace Fabinho who suffered a head knock few seconds after replacing Keita in the second half.

Few minutes after Milner entered the game, the Reds were awarded a spot kick as Mohamed Salah was brought down in the penalty area by Cardiff defender Sean Morrison who appeared to have wrapped his arms around the chest of the Egyptian.

Milner struck in from the spot kick to put the Reds two goal ahead adding to Gini Wijnaldum's opener with a volley.

After scoring, he celebrated with Roberto Firmino making an old man's gesture, holding his back and hobbling like he's holding a walking stick.

Speaking after the match, Milner said: "Virgil [van Dijk] has been giving me plenty of stick for being old.

"So it was just one for him really."

The 2-0 victory over the Blue birds now saw Jurgen Klopp's side back at top of the Premier League again, hoping that title contender Manchester City slips down when they travel to Old Trafford for the derby.

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