Antoine Griezmann had two more opportunities to unleash his trademark goal celebration, as his brace helped hosts France progress to th...
Antoine Griezmann had two more opportunities to unleash his trademark goal celebration, as his brace helped hosts France progress to the Euro 2016 final on Thursday night.
A first-half penalty and a prodded second against Germany took his tournament goal tally to six, prompting the diminutive forward to once again stick out his thumb and little finger on both hands to form a pair of rotating telephones.
But what is the celebration all about? It's actually a tribute to Canadian rapper, Drake, and his hit single Hotline Bling.
It's a celebration Griezmann has been using regularly with his club, Atletico Madrid, so it was a familiar occurrence in La Liga as the French forward scored 22 league goals for Diego Simeone's side last season.
Despite the celebration being second nature when he's with Atletico, the excitement of scoring for his country at Euro 2016 meant he forget to show off his moves following his goal against Albania and his first against Ireland in the last 16.