How much of a football fanatic are you when it comes to goal celebrations?
Can you recognise Kylian Mbappe’s two hands across the chest or Luis Suarez giving three kisses?
This quiz puts your knowledge to the test, asking you to match the celebration to the lucky footballer.
There are recognisable kit colours to give you some clues to help reveal all six footballing stars and goal celebrations.
It was designed by betting company CopyBet, which also commissioned research of 2,000 football fans to reveal the top 30 most iconic goal celebrations – with Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘Suiii’ spread crowned number one.
Other notable celebrations included Peter Crouch’s ‘robot dance’ in England’s international friendly against Jamaica, Roger Milla’s flagpole dance at Italia ’90 and Jürgen Klinsmann’s dive celebration in 1994.
Nearly half (48 per cent) think these celebrations are so iconic as they help create a spark of fun for the sport, while four in 10 think they help attract the attention of fans around the world.
Iconic goal celebrations
A spokesperson for CopyBet said: “Football celebrations are one of the best things about the game and the funnier or the more outrageous they get the better.
“It’s great to see a wide range feature in the list of iconic goal celebrations, including classics like Gazza’s ‘dentist chair’ and of course the famous Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘Suiii’ jump we saw many times at Old Trafford.
“Now, with the new season taking place, and a World Cup year as well, there’s no doubt we’ll be seeing even more celebrations to add to the collection.”
The study also revealed 38 per cent of fans have attempted to do a goal celebration just like their favourite footballing stars – with three in 10 of those performing Ronaldo’s ‘Suiii’ celebration.
Eager fans have also tried to perform Wayne Rooney’s memorable boxing knockout punch, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Rues’

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