FIFA 16 celebrations video released

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With the release of FIFA 16 just a couple of weeks away, excitement is building for many football fanatics, who are desperate to get their hands on the new game. 

And, with the demo now available, EA Sports have released their latest celebrations trailer, which sees one iconic moment in particular included...

Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney hit the headlines last season after he was filmed being knocked out by Sunderland ace Phil Bardsley in a home video. 


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Ultimately, in the midst of controversy, Rooney responded in style as he found the back of the net in the Red Devils' 3-0 victory over rivals Tottenham back in March.

It was his celebration, however, that really caught the eye as he punched the air and fell to the ground. It was quite the response from the striker, who will now be able to replicate the celebration on the next edition of FIFA. 

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As well as the inclusion of Rooney's brilliant celebration, EA Sports have included Daniel Sturridge's trademark 'riding the wave' dance, while the likes of Olivier Giroud and Radamel Falcao also get in on the act in the released video. 

Our favourite, though, remains the timber celebration, which has, of course, featured on the game for a number of years. One thing's for sure, EA Sports have seemingly got it right on the celebration side of their latest edition of FIFA. 

Which celebration stands out to you? Have your say below! 

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