He just wanted to give her a wink. Decisively this Sunday during FC Barcelona’s demonstration against Osasuna (4-0) in La Liga, Antoine Griezmann celebrated his goal by making the luck of his daughter Mia, four years old. ‘This morning after breakfast I asked him,’ If I score, what do you want me to do? “And she explained to me how to do it,” he said after the meeting in comments from the newspaper Sport.
Koeman feels that he is “more liberated”
Result: the French attacker started a dance that is reminiscent of the Fortnite universe. In recent years, he has made a habit of reproducing celebrations from this world-famous video game. The general public saw this during the 2018 World Cup in Russia, when he had fun drawing an “L” with his fingers and hopping from one foot to the other after each goal.
Two years later, the game still inspires him that way. “My daughter wanted to see me dance,” he added on Twitter, with a video showing his daughter performing her party against Osasuna at the same time as he did.
Already scorer on Tuesday in Kiev (4-0) in the Champions League, he gave it to the Nou Camp on a lavish volley from the left. His fourth club goal of the season and that earned him congratulations from Ronald Koeman.
“I don’t think anything has changed. He always worked to the maximum, but it is true that he did not always have this efficiency. Thanks to his movements he found more freedom, more space and he scored a nice goal. These kinds of goals give you a lot. self-confidence. He feels more liberated, more at ease on the field, that’s positive. “, the Dutch technician emphasized. Griezmann will try to confirm on Wednesday against Hungarians Ferencvaros in the Champions League (9 p.m. on RMC Sport).