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Watch Jordan Pickford and Aaron Ramsdale unveil new celebration in unseen footage after England’s penalty shootout win

JORDAN PICKFORD unveiled a new celebration with understudy Aaron Ramsdale after England’s penalty shootout win.

Pickford made the only penalty save needed as the Three Lions sunk Switzerland 5-3 on spot-kicks following a 1-1 draw.

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Jordan Pickford unveiled a new celebration with fellow goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale[/caption]

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The two goalkeepers made the pose after England’s victory against Switzerland in the quarter-final[/caption]

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The England star’s celebration was influenced by US streamer @therealsketch pose[/caption]

The Everton shot-stopper saved Manuel Akanji’s first kick that led to Switzerland being booted out of Euro 2024.

All five of England’s takers – Cole Palmer, Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka, Ivan Toney and Trent Alexander-Arnold – hit the target.

And immediately afterwards, Pickford was spotted in previously unseen footage celebrating the victory with his fellow Three Lions team-mates.

And one celebration of Pickford’s that stood out was with fellow keeper Ramsdale.

The Arsenal star went over to Pickford and pointed his finger in the air with the Toffees No1 copying him moments later.

While many questioned the celebration one eagle-eyed fan spotted that the pose was influenced by US streamer Kylie Cox who is known as “thesketchreal“.

The social media star, 25, who has over 2million followers on TikTok, is known for his iconic hand movements, in particular pointing his finger up.

Sketch’s followers have picked up on his bizarre hand movements and in an interview, the American Twitch steamer said he does it “to get energy out”.

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Fans have praised Pickford’s shootout antics as a key moment in helping England go through to the semi-finals.

But little did they know the referee Daniele Orsato prevented him from following his “usual process”.


And lucky for the star his water bottle had all the information needed on where and how the Swiss players take their spot-kicks.

He said before kick-off: “History of winning major tournaments shows that you’ve got to go into extra time, maybe win a penalty shoot-out.

“It was the Nations League for third place and the bronze medal but you’ve got to learn from them experiences and take them experiences into major tournaments.

“It was a good feeling back then to get those experiences under our belt.”

In fact, Pickford had also issued what might now be seen as an ominous warning for the Swiss.

He said: “I enjoy the pressure. You’re playing on the biggest stage in football and I’m loving it.”


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