Fans Want Jose Mourinho's 'Bottle Smash' Celebration To Be Added On FIFA
If someone from EA Sports is reading this, then I urge you to include Jose Mourinho's 'bottle smash' antics on FIFA as soon as possible, because it would absolutely be the greatest celebration ever.
Imagine scoring a 30 yard, 90th minute screamer with Marouane Fellaini and to celebrate, you run over to your manager and discard all the bottles, as water splashes on the screen.
If you listen carefully, you can already hear the screams from your opponents microphone.
That Mourinho celebration needs to be in the next FIFA. Say what you want about the man, the passion is there.- Keletsi Lehlokoe (@Kelz_CEO) November 27, 2018
Mourinho's side managed to score a last gasp winner in the Champions League on Tuesday night and the United boss decided to do this.
It lead many to describe it as 'bizarre' and 'brilliant' but YouTuber W2S suggested EA Sports include the celebration on FIFA and well, we think it's a very reasonable request.
Marouane Fellaini to the rescue again!!!!- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) November 27, 2018
Look at Jose Mourinho's reaction :joy: pic.twitter.com/9z6tEG50nE
In fact, he wants to see on the next installment. "Add this celebration to FIFA 20 lmaooooo"
Add this celebration to FIFA 20 lmaooooo pic.twitter.com/bBU4py9sxN- Harry (@wroetoshaw) November 27, 2018
Chances of the Mourinho celebration getting into Fifa 19 @EASPORTS ?- Ab (@A8hish3k) November 28, 2018
Loved Mourinos celebration.. Can we add that in the next update of fifa 19..lol- Sean Harris (@seanyharris) November 27, 2018
EA add that Mourinho celebration to Fifa 20 please..- Armando (@Arbdoul__B) November 28, 2018
EA Sports have introduced several new features to FIFA 19 but none are more important than the addition of Jesse Lingard's 'Milly Rock' dance, unless Mourinho's celebration is included in the upcoming update.
The celebration is in relation to the hip hop track from the rapper with the same name and became a viral trend much like the whip, whip and nae nae.
Lingard debuted it as a celebration when he scored a brace during the 3-1 win over Arsenal at the Emirates last season and turned the stadium into a dancefloor.
All you have to do is press 'a' on Xbox and 'circle' on PlayStation and Lingard starts flexing, prompting your opponent to start throwing controllers and rage-quitting in about 10 seconds.
Now please make Mourinho's 'bottle smash' at thing on FIFA, EA.