Soccer players' funny goal celebration
Soccer players' funny goal celebration, Sporting KC’s Kei Kamara marks St. Patrick’s Day with Riverdance goal celebration, Kei Kamara and C.J. Sapong get in the St. Patrick's Day spirit after a big play. A 14th minute red card for New England's Stephen McCarthy helped Sporting Kansas City ease their way to a 3-0 win on Saturday. The scorer of Kansas City's second goal, Kei Kamara, was eager to get express his St. Patrick's Day spirit.
But since chugging a Guinness, fighting an inanimate object and then vomiting on a stranger probably wouldn't have pleased the MLS mothership, he celebrated his goal by doing a choreographed Riverdance with teammate C.J. Sapong while wearing novelty leprechaun hats.
Though Kamara was born in Sierra Leone, his interpretation of the Irish tradition of dancing like a marionette that's paralyzed from the waist up was quite exceptional. And Sapong, the man who won the MLS 2011 rookie of the year award and a kiss from Hope Solo (with his lyrical abilities), is proving to have multiple talents. Perhaps magic is next?