Best Goal Celebration in FIFA World cup 2022

best goal celebration in fifa world cup

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

10. Aurelien Tchouameni (france) Vs England
Aurelien Tchouameni celebrating his goal against England. (Courtesy: Outlook India)

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

9. Vincent Aboubakar (cameroon) Vs Brazil
Aboubakar was sent off after his celebration. (Courtesy – DraftKings Nation)

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

8. Mitchell Duke (australia) Vs Tunisia
Mitchell Duke celebrating against Tunisia. (Courtesy: talkSPORT)

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

7. Hwang Hee-chan (south Korea) Vs Portugal
Hwang Hee-Chan scored the late winner against Portugal. (Courtesy: Sky Sports)

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

6. Ismaila Sarr (senegal) Vs Ecuador
Ismaila Sarr scores a no-look penalty against Ecuador. (Courtesy: Four Four Two)

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.

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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

5. Osman Bukari (ghana) Vs Portugal
Osman Bukhari celebrates with ‘SIUUU’. (Courtesy:

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

Youssef-en-nesyri Celebration
Youssef En-Nesyri celebrates after scoring against Canada. (Courtesy: Stadium Astro)

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

Mbappe celebrates after scoring against Australia. (Courtesy: FIFA World Cup 2022)

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.

Most Man of The Match Awards in FIFA World Cup 2022

The FIFA World Cup 2022 has been absolutely sensational. Many players have consistently maintained their class in the world’s biggest competition. While many great teams were ousted, some players performed consistently and won various Man of the Match award. The Man of the Match award is given to the player who usually scores an important goal or contributes directly to the overall match win.

Top 5 players with the most man of the match awards in the FIFA World Cup 2022 are Given Below

  • Dominik Livakovic
  • Luka Modric
  • Yassine Bounou
  • Kylian Mbappe
  • Lionel Messi

5. Dominik Livakovic (2 MOTM)

Dominik Livakovic man of the match

Truly the best defender of the FIFA World Cup 2022 with Yassine Bounou. Livakovic is the main reason for Croatia’s invincibility in the penalty shootout. Dominik made three saves in the Round of 16 penalty shootout against Japan. Even against Brazil, Levkovic stood the test until Neymar Jr scored a surprise goal.

Nevertheless, Livakovic was caught in the penalty shootout. Dominik saved Brazil’s first penalty. Rodrigo Goes was unable to convert Brazil’s first penalty as Livakovic made a fine save. This gave Croatia momentum as they beat Brazil to advance. Livakovic won two Man of the Match awards for his heroics against Japan and Brazil.

4. Luka Modric (2 MOTM)

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Another Croatian. Although he is not an ordinary player, Luka Modric is timeless. The 37-year-old midfielder is one of the best midfielders in the FIFA World Cup 2022. Luka Modric won three man of the match awards at the FIFA World Cup 2022. Modric earned his first man of the match award against Belgium. group stage match

Modric won the award for creating the best chances in attack as well as maintaining discipline in defense in a goalless match. The Real Madrid star was also named man of the match in a goalless draw against Morocco. Overall, Luka Modric managed to win two Man of the Match awards in the FIFA World Cup 2022. Truly one of the most underrated midfielders in modern football.

3. Yassine Bounou (2 MOTM)

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Morocco was in Group F alongside Belgium, Croatia and Canada. Considering the squads of Belgium and Croatia, many consider Morocco to be at the bottom of the table. Morocco not only won the entire group but also made it to the semi-finals. In their historic run to the semi-finals, they defeated Belgium in the group stage, Spain in the round of 16 and Portugal in the quarter-finals.

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A big reason behind this victory is their goalkeeper Yassine Bounou. The first-round goalkeeper from Morocco has shown consistency throughout the tournament. But his brilliant performance against Spain earned him the man of the match award. Bounou made several saves during the 120 minutes to keep Spain at bay. In addition, Bounou also made two saves in the penalty shootout against Spain. The underdogs conceded only one goal before France defeated Morocco. That one goal was a goal in itself. Bounou also won his second man of the match award against Portugal.

2. Kylian Mbappe (3 MOTM)

The Paris Saint-Germain superstar is leading the next generation of footballers. At this rate he could end up alongside the likes of many legendary footballers. France begins its World Cup defense against Australia in the group stage. France beat Australia 4-1 thanks to a stellar performance from Kylian Mbappe. The youngster scored a goal and also assisted. Embappé appeared again in the group stage against Denmark. Kylian scored twice in the second half as France qualified for the last 16. Mbappé scored two more goals in the round of 16 against Poland. Kylian Mbappe is also likely to become the top scorer in the FIFA World Cup 2022. Overall, Kylian won three Man of the Match awards in the FIFA World Cup 2022.

1. Lionel Messi (4 MOTM)

Lionel Messi (1)
Who else but Lionel Messi? Argentina’s hero Lionel Messi is on his way to the finals of the FIFA World Cup 2022. Lionel Messi tops the chart of most man of the match awards in football history. Apart from this, Messi is also on top of the charts in FIFA World Cup 2022. Messi can also possibly win the Golden Boot in the FIFA World Cup 2022. Messi has won four Man of the Match awards in the FIFA World Cup 2022. Lionel Messi is the best person. The performance of the match was against Croatia. Messi scored against Croatia in the semi-finals and provided a world-class assist.

England vs France Highlights: France beat England 2-1 to reach World Cup semi-finals

France Vs England

England vs France : Champion France continued their quest for back-to-back titles with a 2-1 win over England at the Albeit Stadium on Sunday to reach the semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

England vs France Highlights: France beat England 2-1 to reach World Cup semi-finals

England Vs France

Two record goalscorers, two contrasting results as France’s Olivier Giroud scored the winner and England’s Harry Kane missed a penalty. Champion France continued their quest for back-to-back titles with a 2-1 win over England at the Albeit Stadium on Sunday to reach the semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The defending champions will first face Morocco, who knocked Portugal out of the tournament on Saturday, for a place in Thursday’s final.

England vs France Highlights

France’s all-time record goalscorer Giroud scored the winner 12 minutes from time, while Kane leveled the scoreline at 1–1 with a spot-kick in the 54th minute. England dominated the second half and France took a 1-0 lead at the break thanks to a superb goal from Aurelien Tchouameni in the 17th minute.

Kane, who equaled Wayne Rooney’s all-time England record of 53 goals with his first strike, had another chance to score a second equaliser, but an 84th-minute penalty saw the ball go over the French crossbar. After this lapse, England failed to take the game into extra time.

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France are now one win away from becoming the first back-to-back finalists since Brazil in 2002 and only the third team to retain the trophy after Brazil in 1962 and Italy in 1938.

France were hard pressed to win, although the first tournament knockout match between two of the sport’s oldest rivals kept the excitement alive on this extraordinary quarter-final weekend.

France went ahead at the break after 17 minutes as England still appealed for a foul on Bukayo Saka.

Antoine Griezmann rolled the ball attractively into the path of Tchouameni, whose low shot from 25 yards curled inside the post and past goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

England eventually continued to push, push and probe, albeit without much accuracy, although France’s keeper Hugo Lloris was quick off his line to make a save at Kane’s feet, then stalled another drive from the England captain.

Lloris was again in action early in the second half, when England were on target when Jude Bellingham fired a superb shot over the bar.

Saka, who looked at his most dangerous in the first half, was tripped by Tchouameni and Kane equalized the England record for 53 with his Tottenham Hotspur teammate Lloris scoring from the penalty spot, while Wayne Rooney finished as top scorer.

England were happy with the goal and playing with confidence, but although centre-back Harry Maguire brushed the post with a header, they could not make their dominance count. Instead France counter-attacked as Griezmann swung in a cross, which Giroud brilliantly volleyed past Maguire for his fourth goal of the tournament.

England were given another lifeline via VAR when Theo Hernandez leveled for Mason Mount but Kane sent his spot-kick over the bar six minutes from time.

England pushed for an equalizer but suffered their seventh defeat in 10 World Cup quarter-finals.

Watch England vs France Match Highlights

Morocco vs Spain Highlights : Morocco Beat 2010 Champion Spain in top 16 Match

Morocco Vs Spain

Morocco vs Spain : Morocco beat 2010 champions Spain to reach their first World Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday after winning their round of 16 encounter on penalties at the Education City Stadium. Morocco beat Spain 3–0 on penalties, with all three of Spain’s penalty takers failing to score.


Morocco vs Spain Highlights: Morocco stun Spain 3-0 on penalties to reach historic quarter-finals

A product of Real Madrid’s youth system, Achraf Hakimi calmly scored the winner to send the African side into the last eight as players and fans celebrated in the stadium.


Morocco vs Spain Highlights


The match went to a penalty shootout after both teams failed to break the deadlock in regulation time. After 30 minutes of extra time, the score remained tied at 0–0, with the game going to a shootout. Spain’s poor record in World Cup shootouts continued, paving the way for Morocco, who will face Portugal in the last eight.

Sergio Busquets along with two substitutes Pablo Sarabia and Carlos Soler, came on to take the Spanish penalty and failed to score. Whereas, only  Badr Benoun missed a goal for Morocco, with Abdelhamid Sabiri and Hakim Ziyech scoring with Hakimi.

Spain coach Luis Enrique claimed his players had prepared by taking 1,000 penalties as homework, but Sarabia, Soler and Busquets all missed their chances and Madrid-born Hakimi led a formidable Moroccan side. He drowned his house in happiness.
Spain had hoped to repeat their 2010 World Cup triumph after reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2020, where they were also beaten on penalties by Italy.

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The teams were closely contested in a tight contest, with Spain having more of the ball but Morocco having the better opening, although they were short.

Luis Enrique tested his third right-back of the tournament in Marcos Llorente, and benched the team’s top scorer Álvaro Morata for Marco Asensio, following the shock defeat to Japan.
Spain monopolized the ball, with the Moroccan fans booing furiously, denying their side possession.

Morocco, the last African and Arab team standing in the first World Cup held in an Arab country, was heavily supported and had far more fans than Spain.

They were identical to the away team on the opposite field, with La Rosa playing in a light blue second strip.

Gavi, who at the age of 18 years and 123 days became the youngest player to start a World Cup knockout game since Brazilian great Pele in 1958, rose to the occasion.

Barcelona’s midfield terrier was furious, taking down challenges left, right and centre, even diving in to create one with his head.
Moroccan goalkeeper Yassin Bono pointed a Gavi strike over the crossbar, although it would have been ruled offside, while Asensio drilled into the side netting, although Spain made little progress.

Watch Morocco vs Spain Highlights


FIFA World cup 2022 : Japan vs Croatia Match Highlights


Japan vs Croatia : Croatia goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic saved three penalties in the shootout on Monday to help Croatia reach the quarter-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. 2018 runners-up Croatia beat Japan 3–1 on penalties in their round of 16 encounter at Sanob Stadium. After a 1-1 draw, the match went to penalties.


FIFA World cup 2022 : Japan vs Croatia Match Highlights – Croatia beat Japan by 3-1 in Penalties

Livakovic saved penalties from Takumi Minamino, Kaoru Mitoma and Maya Yoshida before Mario Pasalic, who came on as Croatia’s fourth penalty taker, scored the winning spot-kick. In the shootout, only Takuma Asano scored for Japan, while Marko Livaja Missed to scored for the winner. Nikola Vlasic and Marcelo Brozovicw ere the other penalty scorers for Croatia.

At the half-time break, Japan took a 1-0 lead in the 43rd minute through Daizen Maeda. 10 minutes into the second half, Croatia leveled the scoreline when Ivan Perisic leveled the match with a superb header. Thereafter both the teams failed to break the deadlock even after using 30 minutes of extra time.

Croatia will now face either Brazil or South Korea in the last eight as midfield icon Luka Modric’s fourth and potentially final World Cup stay continues.

Japan vs Croatia Match Highlights

Japan’s bid to reach the last eight for the first time in their history failed after another such performance which saw Spain and Germany on their way to top Group E.

However they could not claim another major European scalp as the 2018 finalists and went home in the second round, as they had done four years earlier, after saving three of their penalties.

Japan could easily have been ahead inside three minutes when Shogo Taniguchi saw a header wide from point-blank range, and 10 minutes later Daizen Maeda came close to turn Junya Ito’s brilliantly fired low ball from the right flank.

Meanwhile, Perisic missed a shot from a tight angle that led to a goalbound scramble, but if Croatia had scored, they risked disallowing a goal with an apparent push on Takehiro Tomiyasu.
Bruno Petkovic missed an excellent chance in the 25th minute, only for Doodle to almost dribble onto a long throw and fail to find the pass to Andrej Kramarek, who was charging into the box.

Kramark was too slow to catch Perisic’s dangerous flick-on, and from there Japan took control, taking the lead.
Daichi Kamada had already exploded following a brilliant passing move, when Maeda fired in the opener in the 43rd minute after Maya Yoshida tipped over Retsu Doan’s cross.

Japan looked the better team and looked set to do more damage, but Croatia’s most dangerous man Perisic equalized with a header from Dejan Lovren’s deep cross.


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Wataru Endo replied almost immediately after Dominik Levkovic’s superb strike hit the bar, before Shoichi Gonda saved the match to keep out Modric’s beautifully hit, dribbled shot.
Modric was substituted nine minutes into the first half of extra time in which Japan had the best chance, Kaoru Mitoma’s effort was well saved by Livakovic.

With the penalty coming, one last chance went to Modric’s substitute Loro Major, who fired wide, but his team won the shootout to end Blue Samurai’s entertaining adventure.

Watch Japan vs Coretia Match Highlights

FIFA World cup 2022 Qualifier 2 : Argentina vs Australia Highlights


Argentina vs Australia : Vintage Lionel Messi won hearts in his 1,000th career match as he helped Argentina beat Australia 2-1 in the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Sunday. The Argentina captain scored the opening goal at the Ahmad bin Ali stadium, his 789th career goal, as they set up a quarter-final date with the Netherlands.

Argentina vs Australia Highlights: G.O.A.T Messi scores as Argentina beat Australia 2-1 to reach quarter-finals


The Netherlands was the first team to book a ticket for the last eight in Qatar after beating USA 3-1 in the first knockout game on Saturday.

Argentina were leading 1–0 at the half-time thanks to Messi’s 35th-minute goal, but Julian Alvarez doubled the lead early in the second half. Alvarez’s 57th-minute goal gave Argentina some respite in a match dominated by the South American team. However, Australia gave the two-time champions a goal scare in the 77th minute when Craig Goodwin’s shot deflected off Enzo Fernandez and into his own goal.

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Finally, Messi and Team Argentina Maintained their Journey to move on to the next round.

Argentina vs Australia Qualifier Match Highlights

Messi put Argentina ahead after 35 minutes for his 94th international goal, surpassing World Cup great Diego Maradona’s tally of eight goals for the South Americans.

Julián Álvarez added a second near the hour mark after keeper Matt Ryan put the game ahead of Australia.Argentina took some time to get going in a match that started badly, with combinations of Alejandro Gomez, Enzo Fernandez and Alvarez unable to break down a strong defence.

Gomez had an early chance when he headed down the left and cut inside, but fired a shot just wide, while Messi struggled to make a mark in the opening exchanges.

Australia had their best chance from a corner near the half-hour mark when Harry Sutter, more than two meters tall, lofted a corner but his effort lacked power.


Australia refused to give up and went on a series of attacks and pulled a goal back after 77 minutes when substitute Craig Goodwin’s powerful and speculative shot took a huge deflection off Fernandez and into the own net.

Watch Argentina vs Australia Qualifier Match Highlights

Watch England vs Wales, Iran vs USA FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights: England, USA in Round of 16 from Group B

England Vs Wales

FIFA World Cup 2022, England vs Wales, USA vs Iran Highlights – England and USA got place in super 16.

England vs Wales, Iran vs USA FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights: England, USA in Round of 16 from Group B

FIFA World Cup 2022, England vs Wales Highlights

Wales vs England, FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights: Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden both scored on Tuesday to send England into the last 16 of the World Cup with a 3-0 win over Wales. England coach Gareth Southgate opted to include both players in the starting line-up for the team’s final Group B match, and they responded with a trio of goals – two from Rashford and another from Foden. England will next face Senegal in the last 16. Wales finished last in the group and were eliminated. In the second match of Group B, the USA defeated Iran 1–0 to advance with the Three Lions.

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In the opening kick-off, Cody Gakpo scored his third goal in three matches to help the Netherlands comfortably beat World Cup hosts Qatar 2-0 at the Al Bayt Stadium on Tuesday to top Group A and progress to the knockout stages. went ahead The Dutch, who finished with seven points from their three group games, will join Senegal in the last 16, having beaten second-placed Ecuador 2-1 on six points.

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In the other match of the night, a second-half goal from captain Kalidou Koulibaly’s earned Senegal a 2-1 win over Ecuador, taking the African side into the World Cup knockout stage for the second time on Tuesday.

FIFA World Cup 2022, Iran vs USA Highlights

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Christian Pulisic’s first-half strike was enough for the United States to beat Iran 1–0 and book a round of 16 berth as group runner-up.

It was tense, it was nerve-wracking, and it was frustrating at times for American fans, but the United States won the match by defeating Iran 1-0 in the knockout stage of the 2022 World Cup.

Needing just one win to advance, Christian Pulisic had the biggest moment of his USMNT career, scoring in the 38th minute and injuring himself in the process. The American star put his body on the line to provide the US the moment they needed to pull ahead, kneeing Iranian goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand in the gut in the process.

Watch Iran vs USA match Highlights

Pulisic was replaced at halftime, and the U.S. Dear hung on for dear life the rest of the way while Iran racked up the numbers as the clock ticked down.

Another nine minutes at the end of regulation time made matters even more tense, but Iran failed to score the desired goal.

A win would advance the US into the Round of 16, where they will face Group A winners the Netherlands on Saturday. Passing the group stage was the minimum goal for the USA, and with this awesome win, they have cleared the bar.


Here is the lineup for USA

Iran Line-up

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