Newcastle hero Dan Burn creates an incredible dance that will ‘break the internet’ after stunning 4-1 win over PSG

DEFENDER Dan Burn recreated his hilarious dance move with Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards after scoring in Newcastle’s sensational victory over Paris Saint-Germain.

Eddie Howe’s men defeated the French champions with a comfortable 4-1 victory at St James’ Park on Wednesday evening.

Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards tried to do Dan Burns' dance move


Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards tried to do Dan Burns’ dance move
Carragher and Richards struggled to replicate the Newcastle man's movements


Carragher and Richards struggled to replicate the Newcastle man’s movements
Carragher's hilarious attempt left Richards beside himself


Carragher’s hilarious attempt left Richards beside himself

31-year-old local hero Burn scored the Toon’s second goal of the evening and produced an outstanding performance to keep Kylian Mbappe and Co. quiet.

And after the game, he joined CBS Sports’ Kate Abdo, Carragher, Richards and Peter Schmeichel.

Burn and teammate Sean Longstaff both began doing a routine interview on the show.

But Carragher and Richards were looking for something more unique.

When Newcastle reached the Carabao Cup final, Burn performed an incredible dance move in the dressing room as he waved his arms and legs in celebration.

And CBS duo Carragher and Richards were keen to do it with him after Burns’ memorable Champions League win.

The trio performed the dance hysterically before Carragher added: “We’re going to destroy the internet.”

And people on social media responded in droves, as expected.

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One said: β€œCarra and Big Meeks are such a vibe man. I love her πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.”

Another added: “Come oooon Jamie 🀣🀣🀣.”

A third replied: β€œWhat a lovely group. Never a boring interview with these people.”

While a fourth simply replied: “Timeless.”


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