The funniest goal celebration on FIFA 17 has been found

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Everybody loves a great goal celebration, hence why you can find a wide selection of classic and amusing ones on the latest version of FIFA.

However, EA Sports have excelled themselves this year.

If you haven’t seen the ‘Scuba Dive’ celebration on FIFA 17, you really need to check it out - and you can do exactly that by scrolling down this page.

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The in-game footage - provided by 101 Great Goals - shows Aaron Ramsey celebrating after scoring against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

But the Arsenal midfielder, along with Alexis Sanchez, opt for a rather unique and dangerous celebration rather than anything low key.

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Video: 'Scuba Dive' celebration on FIFA 17

The two Gunners stars perch themselves on the advertising hoardings before holding their noses and falling backwards.

However, there’s obviously no ocean at Old Trafford.

Instead of falling into water, Ramsey and Sanchez fell onto the hard concentre of the Sir Alex Ferguson stand.



However, rather than receiving treatment for their inevitable injuries, the two Arsenal teammates have a good laugh at their stupidity before climbing back over the hoardings and resuming the match.

Imagine if Ramsey did this in real life

Wayne Dobb summed it up nicely with this tweet…

Here are some other amusing goal celebrations on FIFA 17…

Is the ‘Scuba Dive’ the best FIFA goal celebration ever? Have your say by leaving a comment below.

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