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VIDEO: Alberto Moreno Joins Daniel Sturridge For Trademark Celebration After Crystal Palace Goal

VIDEO: Alberto Moreno Joins Daniel Sturridge For Trademark Celebration After Crystal Palace Goal

Alberto Moreno joined Daniel Sturridge to celebrate his goal in tonight’s win over Crystal Palace – and it was even funnier than his first attempt.

We showed you yesterday how the Spanish full-back had been practising his team-mate’s celebration in Liverpool training this week.

And the pair had planned to do it together if Sturridge scored in the FA Cup Fifth Round clash with Palace at Selhurst Park tonight.

Well, he did hit the back of the net in the second half of Liverpool’s 2-1 victory and Moreno made sure they had a hilarious moment together after it.

You can see the brilliant celebration here:

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Fair play to Moreno for the effort, but we’re not too sure about the execution.

Palace had led early on in the game through Frazier Campbell’s strike.

But Liverpool hit back in the second half through Sturridge’s equaliser and then Adam Lallana to keep their FA Cup dream alive.

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