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Morning Leeds-in for 24 September 2017: Pierre-Michel Lasogga scores for Leeds after becoming a dad

Littlest Lasogga born Friday night

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Well, turns out that Pierre-Michel Lasogga had a bit more than a goal to celebrate yesterday.

The littlest Lasogga was born Friday in Germany and so the new dad did what any new dad would do if he could, he went out and scored a goal for his new little girl.

Here’s wishing all the best to him and his partner and their baby.

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