Federation Internationale de Football Association may investigate Cahill's 'sponsored' goal celebration

Tim’s ‘T’ celebration is a plane for Fifa			
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Tim’s ‘T’ celebration is a plane for Fifa by Metro News Published

Socceroos legend Tim Cahill may come under scrutiny from Federation Internationale de Football Association amid reports he performed a goal celebration for a sponsor in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Syria.

The Socceroo made a T sign with his hands while celebrating his extra-time victor.

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"Did you catch @tim_cahill, our new brand ambassador, doing the TripADeal "T" after he scored the winning goal last night? Congratulations Tim!'", the post, which has been deleted, read.

Not sharing the company's enthusiasm, many fans took to social media to blast Cahill in cashing in during a moment of national pride.

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Federation Internationale de Football Association said "FIFA is reviewing and analyzing the reports from the referees and the match commissioners for all matches in Federation Internationale de Football Association competitions", the body said in a statement obtained by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "Events which require further attention may be communicated accordingly", Federation Internationale de Football Association said in a statement.

Denmark's Nicklas Bendtner was fined £80,000 by UEFA in 2012 for showing his sponsored underwear.

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Cahill's brace of headers on Tuesday booked Australia's place in a 2018 World Cup playoff with Honduras which has been set for November.

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