We know South Americans love to dance.
And scoring a crucial goal to send your country through to the knockout stages of the World Cup is more reason than any.
Colombia took their chance and have won the best celebration award for the World Cup… so far.
Yerry Mina scored a header from a corner that put them above Japan in the Group H table and sent Senegal packing, as it stood midway into the second half.
And with the Colombians in jubilation the whole team immediately got into their celebration formation on the touchline.
This is what the World Cup is about.
They lined up down the throw in line and then treated us to the best team celebration of the tournament.
Davinson Sanchez started it with an audacious body pop and then sent the electric shock move all the way down the line.
The move ended with Mina taking all the plaudits once the celebration had reverberated it’s way down the line.
To be fair they also hold the second place prize for this little samba dance between Mina, Jamez Rodriguez and Juan Cuiadrado against Poland.