So You Think You Can Dance?

Posted January 23rd, 2015 at 3:51 pm (UTC-4)
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Celebrating a goal in football is an art in itself. From intricately choreographed team celebrations, to individual acrobatics that would be the envy of any gymnast, there’s no doubt that the AFCON surely offers the best of the lot when it comes to continental tournaments. So who is stealing the show at AFCON 2015?

Zambian players seem to have brought not only their cleats but their dancing shoes as well to Equatorial Guinea. You don’t have to believe our words, just check out some of their moves below.

Emmanuel Mayuka might or might not have hurt himself with this celebration (he is 50% likely to play in Zambia’s last game)

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Zambia currently sits at the bottom of their group having drawn one game with Cape Verde and having lost another to Tunisia. Some of us here hope Zambia can pull a miraculous win to advance from the group stages, because no team that celebrates so well should be eliminated so quickly.

Honorable mention: Gabon National Team

Borussia Dortmund’s Aubameyang and his teammates had a few moves of their own during their opening match:

Teff Teff
Raised in Ethiopia, Teff Teff has played the game for as long as he remembers. He is a huge Manchester United supporter who tries to emulate his heroes the best way he can, on FIFA or at the local park. He is a multimedia producer for the Africa Division at VOA, where he spreads the football gospel to anyone who listens.

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