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The Five Best World Cup Goal Celebrations So Far [GIFS]


Best World Cup Goal Celebrations 2014- Part 1

There are few greater honors in international sport than scoring a goal for your country in the World Cup–you can just see it in the players’ faces. It’s a moment that school children and adults alike dream about: the fantasy of doing it on the big stage and then having the opportunity to celebrate in front of the entire world. But just like the actual goals themselves, not all celebrations are equal. Some are by far and away better than others.

We’re not even done with the Group Stage of the 2014 World Cup yet and already there are some absolutely fantastic goal celebrations that are almost sure to be included in FIFA ’15.

Take a look at our favorites, then vote for which you think is the top celebration in the poll at the bottom.

Also, we’re experimenting with using Gfycat (much faster to download than GIFS)  for the first time, so let us know in the comments section if you have issues with it.

Miroslave Klose (71′)  Germany 2-2

Germany v. Ghana (Saturday, June 21st)

“The Flip”

Asamoah Gyan (63′) 1-2 Ghana

Germany v. Ghana (Saturday, June 21st)

“Zombie Dance”

Islam Slimani (26′) 0-1 Algeria

Korea Republic v Algeria (Sunday, June 22nd)

“Manziel’s Show Me The Money”

Joel Campbell (54′) 1-1 Costa Rica

Uruguay v Costa Rica (Saturday, June 14th)

“It’s A Boy!”

James Rodriguez (64′) Colombia 1-0

Colombia v Cote d’Ivoire (Thursday, June 19th)

“Group Dance”

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