Ghana knew it faced a difficult task when it squared off against Germany on SaturdayÂ in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. But when the Black StarsÂ scored to take a one-goal lead in the second half, they weren’t afraid to haveÂ little bit of fun.
With the game tied at one in the 63rd minute, Asamoah Gyan put Ghana on top with a strike from inside the goal box. Gyan then called his teammates over to celebrate his tie-breaking goal. What happened next was a sight to see.
Taking a page out of Colombia’s book, Gyan and his teammates celebrated with an interesting dance, to say the least.
Ghana’sÂ celebration would not last much longer, however, as Miroslav Klose tied the game for Germany eight minutes later off a corner kick. The game ended in a hard-fought 2-2 draw.
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