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TIMELINED: The full story of Alex Goode’s incredible drinking session

Alex Goode celebrated his Champions Cup Final victory in some style as the Saracens full-back was pictured wearing his full kit a full 24 hours after lifting the trophy.

The story has since continued…

SATURDAY

17:00 – Kicks off against Leinster in the Champions Cup final.

19:15 – Wins the Champions Cup and the festivities begin.

SUNDAY

13:00 – Remains in full kit for the plane…

18:00 – Spot the odd one out…

20:00 – Just this.

Sean Maitland documented Goode’s exploits on his Instagram, stating that Goode is on a ‘different level’ before tagging England Rugby’s official account to notify them of Goode’s availability.


21:00 – ‪Even the gum shield is still in his sock! 


MONDAY

16:00 – He’s backing himself to go into a fourth day…


17:00 – He’s looking fresh…

19:39 – The party moves on…

20:18 – Found time to rinse Alex Lozowski’s drinking skills…

23:00 – He continues into Monday night looking a little worse for ware…

TUESDAY

05:00 – He made the French news…


The big question…


12:00 – It’s all over…



RANKED: The best rugby benders of all-time

To celebrate Saracens fullback Alex Goode’s ongoing bender, we’ve ranked our five favourite rugby/drinking escapades…

5. Martin Castrogiovanni in Vegas, 2016

Italy prop Martin Castrogiovanni had been suspended by his club Racing 92 after pictures of him partying in Las Vegas surfaced on social media with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The 34-year-old had told Racing that he could not play in their Champions Cup semi-final clash with Leicester Tigers as he had a family matter to attend to in Argentina. Naughty boy.


4. England vs dwarves, 2011

Current Captain Mike Tindall was leading his country into battle at the 2011 Rugby World Cup but still had time to play a part in the ‘Mad Midget Weekender’ along with a number of other squad members.

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