The world’s fastest man over 100 or 200 meters has made it clear that he’s a fan of Fortnite after celebrating in his first professional football match.
Jamaican runner Usain Bolt is an 11-time world champion and holds the world record for both the 100 and 200-meter sprints, which he broke in 2009.
Despite his accolades, he’s always insisted that he’d like to get involved in football and has even talked about trials with clubs such as Manchester United.
While he’s unlikely to be playing in any major European league anytime soon, he has been given a chance by the Central Coast Mariners down in Australia.
The A-League side played against Macarthur South West United in a friendly, with Bolt firing home two goals.
His second goal wasn’t quite as impressive as his first, but that didn’t stop Usain Bolt cementing his position as a pro footballer with a Fortnite dance.
While it has been pointed out that this particular dance was also popular before Fortnite, we’re still going to assume he’s a fan of the game, because when did you ever see anyone do it on a football pitch before the battle royale phenomenon?
If you're here just for the video of the goals, you can check out his more impressive first below.
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