Liverpool’s Harvey Elliot Brings Forth his Inner Dragon Ball Fan with Iconic Moves After Scoring the Winning Goal

Harvey Elliot's Iconic Kamehameha Celebration After Scoring a Goal For Liverpool Goes Viral.

Liverpool’s Harvey Elliot Brings Forth his Inner Dragon Ball Fan with Iconic Moves After Scoring the Winning Goal

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  • The popularity of anime shows like One Piece, Naruto, and Dragon Ball has spread throughout the world.
  • An iconic Dragon Ball move that the whole anime community knows was performed by Harvey Elliot of Liverpool to celebrate scoring a goal.
  • Both anime and football fans cheered Elliot on when he adopted the famous Kamehameha stance in front of the crowd after he scored a goal.
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The craze of anime series like Dragon Ball, One Piece and Naruto has reached a global scale. This fact is evident by many sports players and athletes using iconic character signature moves as a form of their celebration. Almost every sport has now seen players celebrating their triumph in a unique way which sometimes involves enacting an anime move.

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These celebrations not only are loved by the players but also get appreciated a lot by fans, who like to see the combination of their favorite player with their favorite anime. The intersection of professional athletes and anime may come as a surprise, as these interests appear to be in quite different realms theoretically. Consequently, this crossover has gained significant attention.

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Dragon Ball Franchise

A similar instance has come to light as Harvey Elliot of Liverpool celebrated his goal with an iconic Dragon Ball move that is known by the entire anime fraternity. After scoring a goal Elliot enacted the iconic Kamehameha stance in front of the crowd which got him a lot of cheers from both anime and football fans.

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Harvey Elliot Mimics Goku’s Kamehameha

Harvey Elliott of Liverpool recently used a flawlessly timed Kamehameha move from Dragon Ball to celebrate his winning goal against Crystal Palace in a Goku-style fashion. The Kamehameha is a strong energy wave that entails gathering one’s energy in one’s hands and releasing it in a powerful beam.

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The words Kamehameha are typically chanted as the energy is released. Elliott was rejoicing after he had just scored a goal against Crystal Palace to turn a 1-1 draw into a 1-2 victory, effectively winning the game for Liverpool.

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Goku Using Kamehameha

Social media users are praising the football player’s passion for Dragon Ball as they share the Kamehameha video, which has gone viral. Fans began discussing their thoughts about the player after his celebration went viral on X (Twitter). Fans have shared their reactions and most of them loved Elliot and his iconic celebration that took Liverpool to victory.

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Fans React to Harvey Elliot’s Dragon Ball Celebration

After the clip of Elliot enacting the Kamehameha move went viral on X(Twitter) fans had some mixed reactions initially. Some fans were not at all excited to see the young player enact Dragon Ball’s protagonist’s move while some were happy that he not only scored the goal but also shared his love for anime with the fans.

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Harvey Elliot

Fans flooded X with their reactions to the goal celebration and most of them were positive responses for the player who achieved a big milestone in his career.

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Although a player mimicking an iconic anime character is not new, it surely speaks about the reach and the growth of anime industry over the years which has increased tenfold and has become into a global phenomenon recognized by almost everyone all around the world.

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Written by Tarun Kohli

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Konichiwa! With a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and a 2-year experience in Digital media writing, I am on my way to becoming one of the biggest anime content writers in my country. My passion for writing and Anime has helped me connect with Fandomwire, and share my love and experience with the world.