NEAL MAUPAY reaffirmed himself as one of the Premier League’s top s***houses after scrapping with Kyle Walker.
The Brentford star has become renowned for getting under his opponent’s skin.
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ReutersJordan Pickford is known for his antics[/caption]
David Batty would often play a pantomime villainGetty Images – Getty
Maupay clashed with the Manchester City defender during the 3-1 defeat
The two footballers shared angry words in the closing minutes of the game
It is not the first time this season that Maupay has wound someone up, it was only last week that he got on the wrong side of James Maddison for copying his darts celebration.
But where does Maupay rank in the Premier League’s top ten s***houses…
10. Jordan Pickford
The Everton goalkeeper is no stranger to winding up his opponents on the pitch.
Pickford has been seen dramatically diving on the ball in order to kill time in games.
9. David Batty
The former England and Leeds midfielder gets his spot on the list for his antics against Sampdoria in a friendly.
Batty was clever in delaying free kicks, bullying the Italian team’s players.
He later admitted that he was enjoying making everyone “laugh”.
8. Erik Lamela
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The former Tottenham attacker may not have reached his full potential in England following his big money move from Roma.
However, he provided some brilliant moments of skill and s***housery.
The Argentine would score a rabona goal but then throw in a couple of kicks and elbows on his opponents.
7. Robert Huth
-Robert Huth used s***housery to help Leicester City win the league[/caption]
Huth was a subtle master of the art of s***housery during his time in the Premier League.
He put his talents to use as he helped Leicester City win the Premier League.
One famous moment was when Louis van Gaal hit out at the defender for pulling Marouane Fellaini’s hair in a game.
The Belgian then copied the action against Arsenal, to which Huth tweeted: “Looks like I taught him well.”
6. Diego Costa
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The former Chelsea striker gained a massive fanbase for his militant performances.
While he was loved by Chelsea’s fans for the opposition’s supporters he would often take up the role of the pantomime villain.
He did not change after leaving the Blues as he came back to haunt Liverpool in the Champions League in 2020.
5. Aaron Ramsdale
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The Arsenal keeper has become one of the best s***housers in the league since his move to the Emirates.
Ramsdale is not afraid to give it back to opposition fans who have been chanting at him.
4. Luis Suarez
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Suarez was one of the best of the dark arts of football while at Liverpool.
He once celebrated a goal against Everton by diving in front of then-manager David Moyes after the Scotsman called him out for playacting.
His s***housery did get him into trouble a couple of times as he was slapped with a 10-gam ban for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic, just one of his three career bites.
3. Emmanuel Adebayor
GettyEmmanuel Adebayor became the enemy of Arsenal with this celebration[/caption]
Adebayor was responsible for one of the most iconic moments of s***housery in football history.
In 2009 he netted for Manchester City just months after leaving Arsenal and proceeded to run the length of the pitch to celebrate in front of the Gunners’ supporters.
Fans have never forgotten the moment, although last year he admitted that he had put it “behind him”.
2. Neal Maupay
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The Brentford ace has become one of the prime suspects for s***housery in the Premier League.
Maupay’s recent celebrations and words to irritate his opponents backs this up.
Sometimes he does not even need to make it onto the pitch as he was booked for kicking a ball away while warming up against Chelsea.
1. Jamie Vardy
ReutersJamie Vardy has always known how to wind up the crowd[/caption]
Vardy is without a doubt the king of s***housery from his time in the Premier League.
The prolific forward seemed to have planned a specific celebration against every club he faced,