The Hollywood actor said the drama of the match was “unlike anything you’ve ever seen in a damn movie” and didn’t know how to quantify what he saw.
Wrexham delivered a potentially decisive blow in the race for the Vanarama National League title with a 3-2 win over their opponents on Monday, after former England goalkeeper Ben Foster saved a free kick. compensate in overtime.
Footage from the game showed Reynolds and actor Rob McElhenney, with whom he owns the club, celebrating wildly after the save.
Sharing with BT Sport after the match, the Deadpool star praised the “inner strength” of the players on both sides.
“I don’t feel like I have a heart anymore. I think I used up all that was left in that game,” he said.
“It’s unlike anything I’ve seen before and of course it’s a sign to all of you, the rescuers, who watched and participated in this game, the game of torture. this beautiful, forever.”
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He continued: “I’m really grateful at this point because I didn’t care about this years ago because it would eat me up.
“I like it so much. It’s unsettling how fascinated I am. I’m usually speechless but I’m really speechless at the moment. I have absolutely no idea how to quantify what just happened.”
Reynolds, who along with McElhenney were given county liberties at a civics ceremony earlier on Monday, said he feels “extremely proud” of his team, who have “rised up to the top” opportunity by any means”.
He also paid tribute to Notts County and their late CEO Jason Turner, who died suddenly on March 30 at the age of 50.
“They are true stories here,” the actor said.
“What they’ve done this season, it’s clear that they’ve lost CEO Jason Turner, who, as I increasingly know and learn, (was) hugely loved, not just at Notts but here too.
“I have a lot of respect for everything that they have built into everything that they have done.
“What (both clubs) did was not only creating drama unlike anything you’ve ever seen in a goddamn movie, but it’s also something that I think people will be talking about for a long time. .”
Reynolds added: “I’m used to working under high pressure but usually I have a say in it; I have some control over it.
“I have nothing here. All I can do is watch and hope like everyone else.
“I think it’s a pressure cooker for both of these teams. What they’ve both achieved is historic on every level and you know, I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it.”
Reynolds later joked that match star Foster would be on the “injury reserve list” for upcoming games.
“I’m going to break a rib, I’m going to hug him tight,” he said.
Reynolds and McElhenney have been widely praised for their investment and involvement in the club since completing a deal to take over the club two years ago.
The pair enhanced the reputation of the club and the city of Wrexham through the live documentary Welcome To Wrexham, and were honored by the Welsh Government for helping to promote Welsh language and culture.