The Copa Libertadores is the top prize in South American club football - and this week it has produced a candidate for the top prize of best celebration of the year.
In a crazy game between the Wanderers of UruguayZa and Venezuela’s Zamora that produced five red cards and five goals, it was the celebration of Arles Flores after his long-range wonder-strike that grabbed the headlines.
His side, Zamora FC, were drawing 1-1 when he picked the ball up and fired the screamer past Burian in the Montevideo Wanderers goal.
He than ran off to the corner flag to celebrate with his teammates who preceded to line up in front of him as he pretended to bowl them over, knocking them all down for the strike.
The celebration is one of the best we’ve seen this year and probably won’t be topped.
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Some great teamwork went into to pulling it off and they executed it to perfection.
They even all managed to fall at the perfect time when Flores bowled the match ball right down the middle.
His side went on to lose the match 3-2 with three of his teammates getting sent off as well as two from the home side.
Is this the best goal celebration of 2015 so far? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!