Bailey Smith TAUNTS Pies fans after copping abuse during clash at Marvel Stadium

‘I love it!’: Bailey Smith TAUNTS Pies fans after copping abuse during clash at Marvel Stadium – and Dogs gun has the last laugh with 41 disposals in comfortable win over Collingwood

A chirpy Bailey Smith had plenty to crow about on Friday night as the Western Bulldogs star helped guide his side to a comfortable victory over Collingwood.

Smith, 21, having taken a mark on the boundary, received plenty of abuse from nearby Pies fans, but he was clearly unfazed by the abuse and responded by taunting his rival supporters – sticking out his tongue in jest.

The youngster had every reason to gloat, picking up 41 disposals on the night as the Bulldogs breathed fresh life into their season with a 48-point victory at Marvel Stadium.  

Bailey Smith hit back at Collingwood fans having received abuse from the stands on Friday

The 21-year-old stuck his tongue out at Pies supporters after being stood by the boundary

The 21-year-old stuck his tongue out at Pies supporters after being stood by the boundary

Smith went onto have the last laugh after gathering 41 disposals in a comfortable victory

Smith went onto have the last laugh after gathering 41 disposals in a comfortable victory

‘I always do that, I don’t know why, I just love it,’ he said of his interaction with the crowd on Fox Footy. 

‘I love the chat from the crowd, especially the bad ones – that was a bad one! It just drives me to have a crack a bit more, I love to have that competitive edge. 

‘I hope they don’t take it personally but I love it. I always engage with them.’ 

Adam Treloar was the star of the show for Luke Beveridge’s side, being named the Robert-Rose medal winner after kicking three goals against his former side.  

More to follow. 

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