Soccer, Football players celebrate in a variety of ways, and this is one of the flashiest ways to respond after scoring a goal. However, sometimes the celebrations have a different context and may be used to humiliate rival teams. And in FIFA World Cup 2022, we saw such events, so here are the top ten events of FIFA World Cup 2022.
Top 10 Best Goal Celebration in FIFA World cup 2022
10. Aurelien Tchouameni (France) vs England
Kante’s absence has been compounded by Aurelien Tchouameni, who has been outstanding for France at the World Cup. The 22-year-old celebrated by putting a finger to his temple as he scored against England to put France ahead.
The celebration was in honor of his childhood hero, Argentine-Italian footballer Lisandro López, who plays for Atlético Sarmiento in the Primera División.
9. Vincent Aboubakar (Cameroon) v Brazil
Vincent Aboubakar made history by leading Cameroon to a 1–0 victory over Brazil, Cameroon becoming the first African nation to beat Brazil. Aboubakar, who was already on a yellow card, celebrated by taking off his shirt and the referee sent him off the pitch with a second yellow card, smiling and shaking Aboubakar’s hand.
8. Michel Duke (Aus) v Tunisia
Mitchell-Duke celebrated with a move that looked like a Fortnite celebration called ‘Taking the L’, which many could not understand. The celebration, as it turned out, was for their son, Jackson. Mitchell-Duke revealed that it was a well-planned celebration as the two prepared before the competition.
“From the sound of it, there has been a great reception from all over the world,” the Socceroos striker told FIFA. “He [Jackson] has done better than me, but I’ll take it. He’s a little celebrity, and I’m glad he’s getting all the attention.” He returns to his school,” he continued.
7. Hwang Hee-chan (South Korea) v Portugal
Hwang Hee-chan will always be fondly remembered by South Korean fans when he came off the bench to score the winner against Portugal to help the Asian giants into the round of 16 for the first time in 12 years. And he celebrated by taking off his shirt and folding his hands and dedicated his celebration to his grandparents. He said in an interview, “My grandparents helped me become a football player when my parents were away for work, these tattoos are copied from my grandparents’ own handwriting.”
6. Ismaila Sarr (Senegal) v Ecuador
Ismaila Sarr helped Senegal win against Ecuador in the round of 16, holding the Senegalese in front of the box and celebrating by covering his eyes with one hand and pointing to his head with the other. Their celebration stems from the media’s continued indifference to crimes in Africa, particularly in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
A few weeks ago, about 300 residents were killed in the town of Kecheshe in DR Congo. The attack was blamed on the M23 rebel group, which UN analysts believe is sponsored by the government of Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
5. Osman Bukari (Ghana) v Portugal
As Portugal won the game 3–2, Ronaldo was enraged when Ghana’s second goal scorer Osman Bukari performed Ronaldo’s most famous SIUUU celebration in front of Ronaldo. But it was the former Real Madrid players who happily returned home.
4. Youssef En-Neysri (Morocco) vs Canada
Morocco was the team that won the hearts of many with their performance and created history in this tournament. They were the first African nation to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup, defeating countries including 2010 World Cup winners Spain and Euro 2016 winners Portugal.[+]
Youssef En-Neysri scored in the 23rd minute of the Group F match against Canada and celebrated by pulling on an imaginary pair of binoculars. Despite this statement, he intended to move on, presumably meaning to shift his focus to the worlds as Morocco is the new entrant.
3. Achraf Hakimi (Morocco) v Spain
Morocco beat Spain in the round of 16 on penalties thanks to a brilliant goalkeeper save. Although Achraf Hakimi converted a late penalty to send Morocco through to the quarter-finals, he did the penguin dance afterwards, as he often does with Sergio Ramos at PSG. Hakimi’s response was in response to his frustration at the Spain head coach for not selecting Sergio Ramos for the 2022 World Cup.
2. Kylian Mbappé (France) vs Australia
At the age of 23, he is in his second FIFA World Cup final and has equaled Lionel Messi’s tally of five goals for the Golden Boot. Embappé’s unique celebration came against Australia, when he took a dare and then crouched from his cross-armed lap with one hand behind his back and the other thumb over his nose.
Although there is no story behind his happiness, several French reports say it was to congratulate his teammate Hakimi on defeating Belgium in the World Cup.
1. Lionel Messi (Argentina) vs Netherlands
Lionel Messi’s signing ceremony includes pointing his fingers towards the sky and thanking his grandmother for helping him become one of the world’s best footballers, as well as celebrations for other social causes. But he made a very different impression after converting a penalty against the Netherlands to give Argentina a 2–0 lead, and then celebrated a ‘Riquelme’ in front of the Netherlands bench, where manager Louis van Gaal sat. The celebration was in response to Louis van Gaal’s mistreatment of his colleague in Barcelona, the Juan Roman Riquelme.