Leicester City stars James Maddison and Harvey Barnes were spotted at the Ally Pally on Saturday evening for the quarter-finals of the PDC World Championships.
The pair were treated to some instant classics, with Peter Wight edging out Callum Rydz in an enthralling encounter.
And Michael Smith was able to turn around a 3-1 deficit to dump out defending champion Gerwyn Price.
Maddison took to social media to upload a snap of him and Barnes with a hilarious sign.
The 25-year-old held a sign, pointing towards Barnes, that read: "Oooooo it's an equaliser, it's," with an arrow pointing at his teammate.
Leicester had been scheduled to face Norwich City on New Years Day, but positive Covid-19 cases in the Norwich City camp saw the game postponed.
And some fans weren't happy with the player's actions: "Leicester be calling games off soon then with a covid outbreak. Players don't realise how much they are letting fans down."
"Seriously, was this a good idea? I somehow wonder if your manager would approve, or the fans who pay your wages," another added.
A third fumed: "Brilliant… games get postponed.. you go to a hub for infection transmission.. and then tweet about it… seriously."
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Maddison's card is referring to an infamous line of commentary which has since become a meme on social media.
Leicester's Twitter account even got in on the action recently with the same cheeky caption on a video of Barnes' goal in the Europa League earlier this season.
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