Beerschot's Nicoletta den Ridder somehow manages to scoop a rebound over the bar from a yard against Ajax. Oops
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15 of the greatest (and weirdest) goal celebrations ever devised on a football pitch
Jurgen's diving celebration for Spurs has gone on to become one of the most iconic moves in goal-rejoicing history. Here he perfects 'The Klinsmann' after powering home a header at Hillsborough.
Marco Tardelli ensures his name goes down in the top goal celebrations archive, wheeling away after this goal against West Germany in 1982 as if he'd won the World Cup. Oh...
Just what Man City's Bernardo Corradi was thinking as he celebrated netting at Portsmouth we aren't quite sure, answers on a postcard! As long as he enjoyed himself that's the main thing. Bless him...
Corner-flags all around the globe shriek at the prospect of a Tim Cahill goal, as they routinely take a bashing every time he sticks one in the onion bag. BOSH!
The lanky Liverpool front-man attempted to improve his flagging popularity with the England faithful pre-2006 World Cup by celebrating goals in warm-ups against Hungary and Jamaica with a robot-dance. It worked...briefly.
Think Nani, Martins and Lua Lua are dab hands at the old somersault celebration? You ain't seen nothing until you've watched Julius Aghahowa go over seven times after netting at the 1994 World Cup. Show off!
King Eric salutes his adoring crowd with the suavest of pirouettes after netting a stunning chip in off the post, completing a 5-0 rout of Sunderland at Old Trafford. We're not worthy...
If it's wacky goal celebrations you want, the US-of-A is your place. Witness this bunch of clowns congratulate the scorer with a formal handshake, before returning to the job in hand. Jolly good show old bean!
The Welsh wizard treats us all to a glimpse of his menacing chest wig after scoring one of the greatest FA Cup goals of all time in the 1999 semi-final replay against Arsenal at Villa Park...
John Metgod's free-kick against West Ham in 1986 is still rising, the back of the net trailing in the ball's wake. And the Dutchman celebrated it in style, with a blitz of crazy finger-pointing. Mad-man!
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