Watch Tottenham pair Emerson Royal and Lucas Moura taunt Richarlison with pigeon dance during bizarre FIFA game | The Sun
TOTTENHAM duo Emerson Royal and Lucas Moura hilariously mocked team-mate Richarlison by doing his own pigeon dance celebration after scoring on FIFA.
The former Everton forward, 25, faced Royal and Lucas in a two-on-two clash on the video game – with Richarlison accompanied by Brazilian internet personality Iran Ferreira, popularly known as Luva De Pedreiro.
And he paid the price when conceding against his Brazilian compariots.
Royal and Lucas revelled in their FIFA goal by performing the pigeon dance – which has become Richarlison's customary celebration in recent years.
And the ex-Watford man had a face like thunder as he watched his Spurs pals lap up his disappointment.
Both teams played as Tottenham on the game, with Lucas and Royal scoring through talisman Harry Kane.
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Reacting to the social media clip, one fan said: "😭😭😭 Emerson and Lucas do the celebration so perfectly".
Another added: "Just love the Brazilian guys 😃😃😃".
And a third replied: "I’d keep Lucas for the entertainment alone 😂".
The clip came just 24 hours after Antonio Conte's men had produced one of their best performances of the season.
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Royal starred for Spurs as they beat Man City 1-0 on Sunday afternoon, with Kane's winner breaking Tottenham's all-time goalscoring record.
But Richarlison was an unused substitute in the game as his wait for a first Premier League goal for Tottenham continues.
And Lucas Moura has not been unavailable since the turn of the year due to an ongoing tendon injury.
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