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Antoine Griezmann Has Got The France National Team Celebrating Fortnite Style

Antoine Griezmann Has Got The France National Team Celebrating Fortnite Style

Antoine Griezmann has been celebrating with the Fortnite 'Take the L' dance for a good few months now and he's managed to get his France national team colleagues onboard.

It's replaced the 'Hotline Bling' as his permanent celebration but in the 3-1 win over Italy last night, it wasn't just the Atletico Madrid man celebrating Fortnite style.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The former Real Sociedad forward scored the second from the spot in the friendly victory at the Allianz Riviera and the likes of Paul Pogba joined him in busting out the L sign, while Adil Rami went for the 'Jubilation' dance.

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Clearly, the Fortnite bug is catching on amongst the French squad:

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But it does seem as though that they've got some other material up their sleeve as well - whether it be Pogba and Umititi throwing some serious shapes, or the good old belly-to-belly bounce that several Les Bleus' stars produced last night.

The Fornite/Football cross-over has been pretty huge but boxer Teofimo Lopez decided to bring it to the squared circle last month when he dished out an L in more ways than one.

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The 20-year old Honduran-American continued his impressive run of form by producing his seventh career KO and taking his professional record to 9-0, celebrating a boxing win like you've never seen before.

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Topics: Football News, fortnite, Football, Antoine Griezmann, celebration, France, Italy

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