Kermit Erasmus (Orlando Pirates) pulls out the “Daniel Sturridge celebration” after goal in Soweto derby v Kaizer Chiefs
“I’ve seen Daniel Sturridge doing his dance at Chelsea, and I’ve been watching him do it a lot now at Liverpool since he’s scoring basically every game. I’ve also been watching videos of him do it, and even saw the clip of him getting out of a car and doing his dance with a fan. Then on his Instagram, there’s a painting of him with the slogan ‘Do the Sturridge.’ As soon as we got into camp for the derby, I told the guys we’re going to ‘Do the Sturridge’ if I scored.” – Kermit Erasmus.
The big Soweto derby in the South Africa top flight ended 1-1 on Saturday.
Kermit Erasmus had given Orlando Pirates a 1-0 lead on 9 minutes only for Kingston Nkhatha to equalise for Kaizer Chiefs before the break.
South Africans LOVE their Premier League football and it was noticeable once Erasmus volleyed his side in front, he pulled out the Daniel Sturridge celebration that we have already seen so many times this season.
The goal below has been featured on the Liverpool website today and the Liverpool striker has now started following the Orlando Pirates hitman on Twitter.
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