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Fans Brutally Mock Carlos Vinicius For Celebrating Like 'Mbappe' After Scoring Tap-In Against Marine

Fans Brutally Mock Carlos Vinicius For Celebrating Like 'Mbappe' After Scoring Tap-In Against Marine

Football fans have ruthlessly mocked Carlos Vinicius after he celebrated like Kylian Mbappe for scoring a tap-in against Marine in the FA Cup.

Vinicius opened the scoring in the 24th minute after initially fluffing his shot following a cross from Dele Alli.

He sorted out his feet before smashing home from literally a yard out.

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After scoring, the Brazilian performed Mbappe's signature celebration - crossing his arms inside Marine's box.

His celebration, though, didn't go down too well on social media.

Fans savaged the 25-year-old for his celebration against the minnows.

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Vinicius bagged his second goal of the night six minutes later - again, tapping in from close range before scoring a superb strike to complete his hat-trick in the 37th minute.

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Topics: Football News, Football, FA Cup, tottenham, Kylian Mbappe

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