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England ran riot during their second World Cup game against Tunisia winning the match 6-1 and in turn securing a place in the knockout stages of the tournament.

Harry Kane bagged a hattrick during the match and defender John Stones ended the game with a brace – both goals coming from headers. But it was Jesse Lingard who was undoubtedly the creative spark.

Lingard won a penalty for England which was converted from the spot by captain Harry Kane. And then he scored one himself – an absolute beauty from long range.




And as if the goal was not enough, Lingard followed it up with a worthy celebration.






After the goal, Jesse ran to the corner flag and was seen doing the much-famed Shoot dance.

Shoot Dance which is currently the trend on social media was first seen in a video called ‘Shoot’ by BlocBoy JB.

JB did a lot of cool steps in that video but this one particular move – which Lingard did against Panama, caught on and suddenly everyone was seen copying that step.



It was not only the common people who were hooked onto the dance, in fact, a lot of A-list celebrities also tried their hands at it.




And as soon as the Shoot Dance was thrust to popular culture it immediately got a name upgrade and is now called the ‘Fortnite Dance’.

This though is not the first time that Jesse Lingard has imitated a famous step. The Manchester United man has already Milly Rocked at the Emirates and also made the famous Wakanda salute.




The Shoot Dance is just another addition to the ever-growing list of Jesse Lingard celebrations.

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