If Roberto Firmino’s goals aren’t stealing the headlines, his celebrations most certainly are.
The Brazilian has somewhat made a name for himself for his bizarre dances after finding the back of the net.
Sunday saw Anfield not only play stage to a breathtaking 4-0 win over Arsenal, but also the latest Firmino celebration- much to the amusement of Reds fans.
The No.9’s opportunity to unleash his newest moves came when he opened the scoring for Liverpool in the 17th minute, meeting Joe Gomez’s cross and heading home past Petr Cech.
From then on, it was show time for a man who has started the new season in sparkling form as part of a formidable trio completed by Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
Make of this what you will…
Terrible celebration from Bobby Firmino 🤣 pic.twitter.com/sRnzuHqyAW
— AnfieldNation (@AnfieldNation) August 27, 2017
The forward’s goal marked the start of a Liverpool rout, with Mane doubling the Reds’ lead to 2-0 before half time, and Mohamed Salah and Daniel Sturridge rounding things off with a third and fourth after the break.
It proved to be Firmino’s second unusual celebration in a week, following up his ‘shorts down’ routine after his midweek goal against Hoffenheim.
— Seleção Brasileira (@BrazilStat) August 25, 2017
Never change, Bobby.