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Video: Callum Paterson Scores For Cardiff Then Drops the Fortnite Celebration

Video: Callum Paterson Scores For Cardiff Then Drops the Fortnite Celebration

Callum Paterson got on the scoresheet again for Cardiff last night – and dropped a Fortnite dance to celebrate it.

The former Hearts defender has been an ever present for the Welsh side since returning from a long injury earlier this season.

Neil Warnock sees the Scot as a midfielder and that’s where he’s been playing regularly.

And it seems to be working, with Paterson scoring six goals in 24 games so far this season to help Cardiff to second in the English Championship.

Paterson scored the goal last night then dropped a Fortnite celebration. And if you’re not sure what that is then you have to reassess your life:

This is the dance we’re talking about – it’s called The Floss:

Of course, The Floss was actually created and made famous by The Backpack Kid, but it’s Fortnite’s inclusion of the dance on the wildly popular Battle Royale game that has thrust it into the conscience of the younger generation.

So Paterson is obviously a Fortnite player!

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