Last weekend, after scoring in Tottenham's 2-1 win over Newcastle, star Spurs midfielder Dele Alli took his hand to his eye in his newest post-goal celebration.Tony Marshall/Getty Images
Looks simple, right? Since then, legions of fans, spurred on by Alli himself, have tried to emulate the move — probably relieved that they no longer had to try — and mostly fail — to replicate the rhythm-required "Fortnite" floss dance. It's become known as the #DeleAlliChallenge, it's spreading fast, and it's harder than it looks.
👌 👁️ Okay, who's still trying this? pic.twitter.com/b5C9ZnYPEt— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 15, 2018
From failing fans to fellow athletes, here's how to keep your fingers on the pulse of the internet phenomenon.Stephen Pond - British Athletics via Getty Images
No big deal for British sprinter Dina Asher-Smith as she successfully (we think) executes the celebratory move at a press conference for the upcoming Birmingham Diamond League.Catherine Ivill - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images
The England women's U-20 World Cup squad is definitely on a roll, first meeting Alli's challenge head-on, then winning their quarterfinal match 2-1 over the Netherlands.
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino gets in on the act.
All the clubs are doing it...
...some better than others.
Who did it better?
Alli himself gives out a grade.
I don’t know what they’re saying but this is funny to watch 😂 https://t.co/AwPWCST336— Dele (@dele_official) August 16, 2018
What will we see next?Tony Marshall/Getty Images
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