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Alaba steals show in Madrid C/league celebration

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David Alaba celebrated Real Madrid’s winning goal against PSG in bizarre but hilarious fashion after hoisting a white chair high above his head during the wild scenes at the Bernabeu.

Karim Benzema caused scenes of pandemonium after scoring his third goal in 17 minutes, turning the last-16 Champions League match upside down after Kylian Mbappe gave PSG a 2-0 lead at halftime.

But as Benzema and the Real Madrid players celebrated passionately with the Bernabeu crowd, Alaba could be seen lifting a plastic chair before throwing it to the ground.

The bizarre moment was captured by television cameras that only made him more beloved by the true believers.

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Alaba even posted a photo of the moment on his social media pages after the game with the caption: “Don’t sit in our chair!”

Fans on social media flared up the Austrian’s celebration with one comparing it to a WWE match famous for using steel chairs as weapons.

And after the final whistle, the frenzied party continued in Real’s dressing room, where Luka Modric hugged every teammate and staffer.

As seen on Real .’s official YouTube channelModric goes back through the tunnel before hugging every player in his area as he hops on the backs of teammates, overjoyed with the result.

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Modric makes his way through the crowded dressing room, hugging Benzema, Isco and Eduardo Camavinga, before hugging Vinicius Junior and Toni Kroos.

Not only did the 36-year-old show that he is full of life on the field, but also showed that he is full of beans as he was filmed jumping on railings to perform a mini handstand.

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