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Johnny Football's been taking celebration lessons from Cristiano Ronaldo

But the Browns QB couldn’t stop the Bengals from remaining undefeated.

DESPITE PRODUCING ARGUABLY the best drive of his young career, Johnny Manziel was unable to get anything going in the second half as the Cleveland Browns watched their divisional rivals remain unbeaten half-way through the 2015 NFL season.

Down 14-3 thanks to a pair of Tyler Eifert touchdowns, the Browns rallied before the break with Manziel leading his team on a 10-play, 92-yard drive to bring them within four points.

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And Johnny Football celebrated his touchdown pass to Duke Johnson in the style of everyone’s favourite Portuguese footballer.

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However, a 17-point second half from the Bengals — who are now 8-0 on the season — has put them firmly in control of the AFC North where they hold a four game lead over the Pittsburgh Steelers with a tie-breaker.

With the Texans coming up next week, few would bet against Cincinnati continuing their best ever start to an NFL season.

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