Former Liverpool ace Daniel Sturridge is the king.
We’ve come a long way from the days of footballers jumping up and down on the spot in celebration when they score a goal, to the point where even Alan Shearer’s iconic hand to the sky was considered exotic.
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Nowadays, anything goes. From synchronised dance routines and bizarre handshakes to adopted internet fads, our favourite goal scorers can’t seem to make a pass without proceeding it with an involuntary flurry of dabs or two-stepping a crater halfway towards the Earth’s inner core.
Sturridge might not have excavated Anfield’s turf when he bagged, but he certainly had his own unique way of dancing.
Aptly named ‘The Sturridge,’ the Englishman treated Anfield to his iconic move some 68 times over the course of his Liverpool career.
And for that, it has since been voted the best celebration in Premier League history as per a Panini survey (via the Mirror).
Sturridge took to Instagram to celebrate his achievement…
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As a kid I used to celebrate like @eltinoasprilla and @wrightyofficial so it’s a real honor to see the fans voted my celebration the best in premier league history. Shout out to all the kids showing their personality through celebrations etc. You never know it might be back in the Prem one day ??? #dothesturridge #thesturridge