The Honduran player shared a video through his X account, before Twitter, in which he demonstrated his best dance steps.
Luis Palma, forward for Celtic FC of the Scottish Premiership, made known his special taste for group music, specifically for the group Bronco.
“Don’t play Bronco,” he wrote next to the video, which has already reached more than 12,000 views.
In the clip, Palma, who was dressed in a T-shirt, a sweatshirt and sandals, danced to the rhythm of the song ‘Tú y Yo’ by the Mexican group, which specializes in rhythms such as ballads, cumbias, rancheras and huapangos.
“That’s how I fight, with that little step, the Scottish defenders dance too. Good luck and blessings on your debut in the Scottish Premier League”, “The next goal with the H, celebrate it like this and with Celtic of course”, wrote some .
Luis Palma, 23 years old, also plays for the Honduras National Team and it is not the first time that he has shown his dancing skills, as on other occasions he has also been seen taking his best steps.