Video: AFCON ‘keeper does bizarre ‘bum bounce’ celebration

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The Africa Cup of Nations has not had the most exciting of starts in its 2013 addition, with goals not flowing so freely and most sides looking terrified of losing, as opposed to trying to win games.

One game, however, bucked the trend. Fans watching Ghana’s clash with the Democratic Republic of Congo were treated to a terrific comeback by the underdogs.

There was not only the drama on show to enjoy, however, Congo’s goalkeeper, Muteba Kidiaba, pulled out his trademark ‘Bum Bounce’ celebration when Dieumerci Mbokani levelled the game at 2-2 all from the penalty spot.

It was thrilling turnaround and Ghana, one of the pre-tournament favourites, were punished for failing to maintain their superiority.

This isn’t the first time Kidiaba has executed his bizarre celebration and a quick internet search can find you numerous examples of him excitedly bouncing in his backside for Congo and his club side, TP Mazembe.

Watch his celebration below…


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