Colombia Celebrates World Cup Goal With Full-Team Dance Routine (Video)

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June 19, 2014

Colombia had to wait a full 64 minutes for its first goal against Ivory Coast, so when James Rodriguez finally scored to put Los Cafeteros on the board, his teammates were more than ready to celebrate.

After beating Ivory Coast keeper Boubacar Barry to open the scoring in Thursday’s group-play matchup at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Rodriguez (No. 10) gathered the rest of the Colombian side for a brief but spirited dance number.

Colombia went on to win 2-1 and will clinch a spot in the knockout round if Japan loses or draws against Greece on Thursday night.

Also, that call. “Move over, Shakira, there’s a new Colombian No. 1?” Flawless.

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