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What Is The "Ball In The Stomach" Celebration & And Why Do Players Celebrate Like That?

The game of football has some many goals celebration in it, and some are quite particular to some players, while others change their goals celebration depending on the circumstances around at that time.

This celebrations could mean anything, the player might be passing a message, just like Gerard Moreno did during the Europa league final against Manchester United, where he displayed an image of a needle passing through his veins, to indicate the fact that people should get vaccinated, or like Moise Kean during his first season at Juventus, celebrating in front of the opposite fans because of racist chants that had been thrown towards him during the game.

However, their are some particular goal celebration that are the identity of most players, such as Neymar "to the world celebration," Cavani "bows and arrow celebration."

Wayne Rooney "Knock out celebration," the famous "11 of hearts celebration," Griezmann "dance from hotline bling video celebration," and so much more.

However, what does the ball in the stomach celebration mean, its popular, but its rarely done, so what does it mean.

When a player celebrates after scoring a goal, and he puts the ball in his stomach, and uses his jersey to cover the bump, it's an indication that his fiancee, or wife is pregnant.

The ball to stomach celebration indicates, "Pregnancy." The ball acts like the baby bump that starts to develop, when a woman advances into higher stages in her pregnancy, that's what that celebration actually means, and that is why it is rarely done.

So, next time, you see your favourite player, be it a Ronaldo, Messi, Lewandowski, Neymar celebrating like that, just know they are about to become a father real soon, maybe to their first child, or could be another addition to their family.

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