But first, let me take a selfie!
Actually, it was more than just a selfie.
Mario Balotelli opened the score for Marseille on Sunday against Saint-Etienne with an acrobatic bicycle kick.
How did he celebrate?
He went onto a photographer who was holding Balotelli’s phone, went onto Instagram and uploaded a video story of him celebrating with his teammates.
Here’s the resulting story on Mario Balotelli’s Intagram:
Nothing short of keep up with his ‘Why always me?’ phrase!
This celebration definitely reminded Loony in Francesco Totti, when he took a selfie after scoring the equaliser during the Derby della Capitale in 2015.
But this time, Balotelli stepped it up a notch. What’s next for unique celebrations involving the use of technology?
Who is Mario Balotelli
Mario Balotelli Barwuah ( Palermo , 12 August 1990 ), is a footballer Italian who plays as a striker for the club of Serie A Milan and to the Italian national team .He started his professional football career with Lumezzane and played for the first team twice before without trial has had success with FC Barcelona , and subsequently joined Internazionale in 2007. The Inter coach Roberto Mancini Balotelli bought to the first team, but when Mancini left a club, the disciplinary record of Balotelli fell downward. He had a strained relationship with new coach Jose Mourinho and was suspended from first team Inter in January 2009 after a number of disciplinary problems.
In March 2010, he came under criticism from supporters of Inter having appeared on Italian program Striscia la notizia , wearing a shirt of Milan . This is damaging to his statement that will have a long career with Inter, but it hardly made appearances thereafter. With long-term doubts in his career with Inter coach Roberto Mancini the former went to Manchester City and Balotelli decided to give a fresh chance at a new club. He joined Manchester City in August 2010, where his performances and activities outside the field continued to be cryptic and unpredictable. Thus it has been dubbed Super Mario , he earned his first appearance for the Italian national team 10 August 2010 game friendly against Ivory Coast .