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Daniel Sturridge dance inspires rap song

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Hackney rapper JMC has released a new single all about Daniel Sturridge's trademark celebration.

With Gary Barlow's England song being dropped, perhaps there is a gap in the market for JMC to make an impact. He chances of a chart hit will certainly be significantly enhanced if Sturridge is able to perform well in England's opening game with Italy on Saturday.

A bit like how the sprinkler celebration will always be synonymous with the 2010 Ashes tour triumph, the Sturridge celebration could well be sweeping the nation is he is able to bring it out in the World Cup.

This song could see fans replicating the Sturridge move in clubs across the land, well with the exception of Manchester!

Some of the Liverpool striker's teammates are getting in on the act, as shown in a post on his Instagram account. But Sturridge was unimpressed with team mate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlian attempting to recreate the celebration. 

Liverpool colleagues Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson were also in attendance, although were more reluctant to join in.

Sturridge has even taken his moves into schools and surprised pupils in a local primary school as they tried to re-anact his moves.

Now, after enjoying his best Premier League season, Sturridge will hope to continue his form into the World Cup and keep on dancing.

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