Scoring against an opponent in EA Sports FIFA 17 or any other edition is pure bliss and what’s cooler than you being able to rub it in your opponent’s face by celebrating with a dab? Right, nothing. It’s priceless.
The dab celebration was first popularised in the US by Cam Newton, the quarterback for the Carolina Panthers in the NFL. It gained global recognition following Paul Pogba making it into his signature style after scoring.
The dab celebration became increasingly popular after Paul Pogba made a record-breaking move from Juventus to Manchester United in 2016 and since then everyone has been trying to dab after putting a screamer through the net — in FIFA video game, that is.
England and Manchester United attacking midfielder/winger, Jesse Lingard has also adapted the dab celebration and more than often, the duo of Pogba and Lingard are seen doing that together after either one of them scores.
With the growing popularity of the celebration, gamers across the globe have been keen to recreate it in FIFA and it’s totally possible to pull it off whether you’re playing the game on Playstation, Xbox or PC.
And it’s not just Paul Pogba or Jesse Lingard who can pull off the dab celebration but any player on the roster will be able to do that.Also Read: FIFA Ultimate Team 8th Birthday: Packs and other things to Expect.
How to Dab on PC, PS and Xbox?
To dab after scoring a goal on Playstation, you need to hold down the R1 button followed by a double tap on the triangle button. Xbox users can dab by holding down the RB button and then double tapping the Y button.
PC users can dab by pressing I button followed by a double tap on the K button after a goal has been scored.Also Read: 6 Things to Expect in FIFA 18.
Nothing beats the feeling of scoring a screamer from long range and what’s better than a dab to make celebrations even sweeter.
Dab celebrations are fun mostly because it’s ‘in’ right now, but beware of a flying controller (or shoe) coming your way should you infuriate your friend way too much by dabbing in his face.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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