In the English Premier League, one ceremony has recently become popular. Point the index finger of your right hand at your temple.

Manchester United Marcus Rashford is expanding to other sports with the recent introduction. Recently, the British media are reporting that Manchester United star Rashford’s goal ceremony is spreading in the sports world one after another.

However, the Sun reported on the 6th that Wolverhampton star Ruben Neves ‘sent a message about his symbolic goal ceremony’ after winning against Liverpool over this ceremony.

Wolverhampton won 3-0 in the 22nd round of the Premier League in the 2022-23 season against Liverpool held in Wolverhampton, England on the morning of the 5th.

In the 26th minute of the second half, when the team was leading 2-0 in this game, Neves scored the team’s third goal with his right foot after Traore, who broke through the right side in a fast-breaking situation, took the ball into the middle of the penalty area.

He followed Rashford’s ceremony as he ran straight after scoring. He not only put his fingers to his temples first, but also pointed them to his chest the next. 온라인바카라

Media speculated that Neves did this to let the crowd know that he was the first player to perform the ceremony. Neves reportedly performed the ceremony during the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Wolverhampton also helped. The club posted a photo of Neves’ ‘ceremony’ on the club’s official social media and wrote, “No one does this ceremony better than Neves.” ‘Aid’ is a comment that confirms that it is Neves.

Rashford, who popularized the ceremony, has yet to say why he took this pose. Fans can only speculate that Rashford is posing like this to emphasize his mental health.

In an interview in October of last year, Rashford said, “My performance this season has not changed. The improvement in performance is due to other things outside the field. That’s the biggest difference from last season.” .

Fans analyze that the words imply that he has been under a lot of mental stress due to excessive criticism from fans, but has now overcome it.

On the other hand, this kind of ceremony is being followed not only by other players but also by players from other sports. EPL Arsenal’s Bukayo Sakado and Pesterfield’s Armando Dobra also performed this ceremony during the FA Cup. Superstar Novak Djokovic, who won his 10th individual singles title at the recently concluded Australian Open, followed suit.

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