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Dele Alli’s hand celebration went viral this month as the world tried to emulate the soccer player’s post-goal move. Many succeeded. Unfortunately, the soccer star is adding another step to the #delechallenge, and the finger manipulation is damn near impossible.
The original Dele challenge involved making an upside-down OK symbol and putting it over your eye in a salute.
Here’s a quick video tutorial in case you’re lost.
The latest update calls for bending two fingers to look like a pair of glasses. Here’s a demonstration from the Tottenham midfielder himself.
Here’s a slow demonstration of how to do the new, double O salute, via Twitter user Lexi Ceballos.
The original challenge featured thousands of imitators on Twitter and Instagram. No word yet on whether the 22-year-old soccer star plans to execute the move the next time he scores a goal. His Tottenham club plays Monday against Manchester United.
H/T Mirror UK
Chris Illuminati is an author and reporter whose work for the Daily Dot focuses on meme culture. His work has been published in Rolling Stone, FanSided, BroBible, Penthouse, and AskMen.