The #DeleAlliChallenge

The next internet craze is upon us: People are trying, and mostly failing, to copy a pose Tottenham Hotspur player Dele Alli did after he scored a goal against Newcastle this week. Whether it was planned or not, this was the first sighting of this now iconic hand gesture.

What Alli does with his hands looks simple enough — but it turns out making an “ok” sign with your thumb and forefinger, turning it upside-down, and then letting it rest around your eye is actually harder than it seems.  Good luck trying to replicate it.

Football player injured after major celebration fail!

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Face palm. Doing it wrong. Epic fail. Pick your favorite expression of ridicule — it will apply here.

The man above, Maurides Roque Junior — known as Maurides — plays football for Brazilian team Sport Club Internacional, and scored the very first goal of his career, giving his team a 3-1 lead in the Brazilian Cup.

There was just one problem with his celebration: While landing an acrobatic backflip, Maurides sprained his right knee and was consequently stretchered off the field (watch above). We’re guessing that next time, he’ll probably be just a bit more restrained. Nonetheless, his first goal is one sports fans will remember for years.