sport news Packed trains, a dozy driver, closed motorways and a 3am fire alarm! Amazon ... trends now

sport news Packed trains, a dozy driver, closed motorways and a 3am fire alarm! Amazon ... trends now
sport news Packed trains, a dozy driver, closed motorways and a 3am fire alarm! Amazon ... trends now

sport news Packed trains, a dozy driver, closed motorways and a 3am fire alarm! Amazon ... trends now

Everyone present at Kenilworth Road witnessed one of the games of the season as Premier League leaders Arsenal snatched a dramatic 4-3 win over Luton Town.

But for Amazon Prime Video commentator Ally McCoist, the drama was only just beginning.

The popular pundit told the tale of how his best laid post-match plans were laid to waste by packed trains, motorway closures, a dopey driver and a hotel fire alarm.

McCoist was alongside Jim Proudfoot on Amazon's live coverage and witnessed Declan Rice's header deep into stoppage time move Arsenal five points clear at the top.

Recounting his eventful night to Alan Brazil on talkSPORT breakfast, McCoist praised the 'tremendous' Kenilworth Road atmosphere and how his TV duties wrapped up 20 minutes early at 10.40pm.

Ally McCoist endured a nightmare evening after finishing his commentary duties at Luton

Ally McCoist endured a nightmare evening after finishing his commentary duties at Luton

Declan Rice scored a dramatic stoppage time winner as Arsenal edged a seven-goal thriller

Declan Rice scored a dramatic stoppage time winner as Arsenal edged a seven-goal thriller

'I usually take the train, I like it because you're moving, but I couldn't take the chance. There were only one or two running at that time and they'd be packed with travelling Arsenal fans, I might not get on it,' he said.

Instead, McCoist decided to head to his hotel at London Bridge by road.

'Before I jumped in the car, I phoned the driver and said, "whatever you do, don't come near the stadium. On no account come near the stadium, I'll walk to you."

'So I walked to him, I walked a good mile-and-a-half. I jumped in the car and by this time it was about 11.10, 11.15.

'I asked, "you know where you're going?" "Yes, London Bridge, this hotel. Smashing. I know where I'm going,"' he says.

'Anyway, two minutes later, we're in the middle of an industrial estate where everybody has parked to go to the game.

'So everybody is coming out of the industrial estate and he drives into the industrial estate.

'Then it gets worse. Eventually

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