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FIFA 15: New video shows you how to perform new goal celebrations

FIFA 15 is just a couple of weeks away from hitting shelves here in the UK. And to celebrate EA has released a new video showing you how to perform a string of niche goal celebrations when you finally get your mitts on it.

EA can’t be accused of lacking imagination when it comes to helping gamers laud it over rivals when they stick one in the net. There are a few modern classics, not to mention some that only appeared last season and became cult classics.

Samuel Eto’o’s superb ‘Old Man’, which involves holding your back and staggering to the corner while mocking Jose Mourinho for sly asides about the ageing process, is included. Luis Suarez’s wrist kissing antics are also available and you can even perform Fabio Borini’s ‘hand bite’. You may as well seeing as he won’t be getting the chance while glowering across Anfield on the Liverpool bench.

There are a string of other celebrations you can try, with detailed instructions on how to perform them in the video below.

FIFA 15 is available in the UK on 26 September on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, Vita, 3DS and Wii.

Read more: FIFA 15 demo available to download and play today

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