His dancing celebration is just an alternative to what he wants to do…Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has said he only does his trademark dancing celebration because if he were to do his favourite celebration of taking his shirt off he would be booked.
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The England striker who only returned from five months on the sidelines scored at the weekend against West Ham in a 2-0 win for the Reds.
In an interview with BBC Match of the Day magazine the 25-year-old striker said his trademark celebration only came about because of the rule which states that if a player celebrates by taking his shirt off he will be booked.
“Back in the day the best celebration was the shirt over the head, but now that’s a yellow card – that’s how this one started,” he said.