FIFA 15 celebrations made easy with tutorial video

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FIFA 15 have released a tutorial video showing how fans can recreate some of football’s most en vogue goal celebrations, as we edge ever closer to the always anticipated release of the latest version of the game.

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The celebrations in FIFA 15 include the ‘right here, right now’, as made famous by Cristiano Ronaldo but performed by Gonzalo Higuain in this video, and also Samuel Eto’o’s ‘old man’ routine, which he devised after comments from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.

FIFA 15 have also imagined what it would be like for Luis Suarez both to play and indeed score in a competitive game for Barcelona, with the former Liverpool striker’s trademark ‘kiss the wrist’ routine available in the new repertoire.

Perhaps a more left-field inclusion is Fabio Borini’s ‘hand bite’, which he is shown performing in Liverpool colours in this video, despite his prospects of playing regularly at Anfield this season appearing somewhat slim.

Top players

This tutorial from comes as the latest release in a PR drive ahead of FIFA 15 hitting the shelves on September 26, with fans having already been given a preview of the 50 best-rated players available on the game.

Lionel Messi tops the list, somewhat unsurprisingly given he is the cover star, while Cristiano Ronaldo is just one point further back on a total of 92, and Arjen Robben, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Manuel Neuer equal third.

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