In the game of football to score goals is a tremendous achievement. Because so excited, it’s not uncommon football players celebrate a goal that they made with unique styles. Start of an exciting and inviting smile up to the controversy to be fined. Below are the top ten most attractive style of soccer players when they celebrated their goal.

Juergen Klinsmann

Juergen Klinsmann's goal celebration
Juergen Klinsmann's goal celebration

Rumors say that the German football player does not have a good sense of humor immediately blown away by Juergen Klinsmann. When successfully created a goal for his new club, Tottenham Hotspur, Klinsmann make a funny goal celebration. He practiced style of diving on grass.

Cele Bebeto

Cele Bebeto's goal celebration
Cele Bebeto's goal celebration

In the World Cup 1994 in the United States, Bebeto has his own way to celebrate the goal for his country, Brazil. At that time he demonstrated the style holding a baby. It’s all done as a form of joy after scoring a goal and also celebrate the birth of his third child, Mattheus. At that time he was supported by Romario and Mazinho.

Roger Milla

Roger Milla's goal celebration
Roger Milla's goal celebration

This Cameroon players is famous for belly dance style when scoring a goal for Cameroon at the World Cup 1990. It was after scoring a goal, rogger Milla run to the corner of the field and belly dancing in front of the flag field corner.

Peter Crouch

Peter Crouch's goal celebration
Peter Crouch's goal celebration

The name of a football player Peter Crouch can not be separated by a robot dance. Football player who had a tall posture is successfully hypnotizing the fans with the unique dances. With a tall and skinny body, he looks really fit to dancing like robot. One of his famous robot dance is when he celebrates England goals in pre-World Cup 2006 match against Hungary.

Craig Bellamy

Craig Bellamy's goal celebration
Craig Bellamy's goal celebration

Craig Bellamy and John Arne Riise had reportedly clashed before finally playing together in the Liverpool team. Bellamy allegedly attacks Riise with a golf stick. But in a match at the Camp Nou, they had forgotten the incident and managed to score a goal. Craig Bellamy finally celebrate a goal by simulating the golf swing stick.

Vincenzo Montella

Vincenzo Montella's goal celebration
Vincenzo Montella's goal celebration

This player almost scored well in almost all the clubs who defended such as Empoli, Genoa, Sampdoria and AS Roma. After scoring a goal, he celebrated by stretching out his hand and ran like an airplane. So he was nicknamed L’Aeroplanino or small plane.

Francesco Totti

Francesco Totti's goal celebration
Francesco Totti's goal celebration

This AS Roma captain has his own goal style celebration which nearly been known by most of football fans. This player immediately to suck her thumb and ran after success scoring goal. This celebration style did after his son was born. Previously, he always celebrated the goal by putting the ball into the shirt and ran to the corner of the field and lay down.

Robbie Fowler

Robbie Fowler's goal celebration
Robbie Fowler's goal celebration

In 1999, controversial style after successfully executing a penalty kick making this player fined up to 60,000 pounds by the club and the Premier League. He celebrated the goal with a celebration such as inhaling cocaine. With such acts improperly, he was accused of drug abuse. Although he got the defense of coach Gerard Houllier, who said the players were imitating a cow eating grass.

Mirko Vucinic

Mirko Vucinic's goal celebration
Mirko Vucinic's goal celebration

The other strange style goal celebration performed by Mirko Vucinic. Why not, after scoring a single goal when the Montenegro national team against Switzerland at Euro 2012, he dared to take off pants after scoring a goal. The player with confidence a walk on the football field without pants.

Paolo Di Canio

Paolo Di Canio's goal celebration
Paolo Di Canio's goal celebration

Di Canio is one of the football players who get heavy penalties due to the controversial celebration after scoring a goal. In 2006 he made too much of a celebration that mimicked Nazi style. According to FIFA and the Italian Football Association, Paolo Di Canio’s actions clearly violate the rules because he mimicked narcissistic. Finally, the players were fined and sanctioned.

Comments

  1. Mamadou

    This article is very interesting.
    I was reminded of the style of Roger Milla scored a goal at the time I was a kid and I really like the dance imitating him. 🙂

  2. Mccluskey

    For football fans, they celebrate the style familiar. But it is an amazing thing you can collect these data and presents for all of us. Kudos for your efforts!

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