We all know how sacred the Kiki challenge has been to the world.
But it seems that a new trend has officially taken the Internet by storm.
The Dele Alli challenge, initiated by English footballer Dele Alli, is the new viral sensation around the globe.
— بوزيـنه ✨ (@Bo_zenah) August 19, 2018
The challenge kicked off (pun ABSOLUTELY intended) when Alli was playing against his rival team, Newcastle and made the celebratory movement. After that, fans all throughout the stadium tried their best to recreate the movement for the player.
It’s like one of those movements that everyone used to sit around making in school, spending hours trying to perfect. Except in this one And okay it doesn’t seem THAT hard but honestly, it is and we have the tweets to prove it.
Since the challenge spread, people have been trying and failing to complete the hand movement, and it has been pretty entertaining.
how everybody be looking w this deli alli challenge pic.twitter.com/LRCfNCSAze
— em (@bIondesoIo) August 23, 2018
^All of us right now.
— Dee Love (@dee_bhoy) August 16, 2018
— lex (@lexi_ceballos) August 22, 2018
Can someone let me know how this girl is making this look so effortless?!
— Marvin (@KuraszewskiM) August 18, 2018
— Ireland AM (@IrelandAMTV3) August 23, 2018
— Marbellaa (@msnvp) August 19, 2018
^ Also all of us right now.
Some, have COMPLETELY upped the game.
— hazem 💀 (@hazemouz37) August 23, 2018
— Daniele Candida (@dannyelecandida) August 23, 2018
— blasius (@l_o_b_s_t_a) August 23, 2018
Others, clearly could not give a shit.
— sean frame (@framebo21) August 16, 2018
— Michael (@MLoughlin1878) August 17, 2018
— Nicholas Hamilton (@Nic_Hamilton) August 20, 2018
Just mastered the deli alli challenge !!! 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼 pic.twitter.com/s6mGh3HGY8
— 𝔄𝔩𝔦𝔰𝔥𝔞 ⚡️ (@alisha_rooney) August 18, 2018
Have you seen the challenge on your feed? Have you tried doing it? Send us your Dele Alli efforts on our Instagram inbox and let us know what you think about the whole thing in the comments below! Love you.
Cover photo source: @Dele/@Blondesolo Via Twitter