Polish footballer celebrates goal with water-bomb dive

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Everyone loves a good goal celebration, right?

So, when Trykacz Jaroslaw scored a consolation strike in GC United Gassy's 2-1 defeat at the hands of Grom Prace Male at the weekend, it was inevitable that the showpiece that followed was going to go viral.

On a rain-sodden pitch in Poland, in an amateur match that went ahead despite an abysmal thunderstorm prior to kick-off, one player is enjoying his newfound fame after producing a water-bomb dive celebration into a giant puddle in the aftermath of Jaroslaw's goal.

The waterlogged surface looked anything but playable, but that didn't stop players from both sides getting stuck in, and making the most of the wet conditions, with a series of inspired swimming pool celebrations.

After the initial water-bomb dive, two other Glassy players join their team-mate in the water by executing a Klinsmann-esque slide into the drink!

Glassy might have lost the game, but at least the players and fans will remember the match for many years to come, thanks to the hilarious post-goal capers!

Watch footage of the water-bomb dive celebration into a giant puddle in the video below - with thanks to for bringing the incident to our attention - and feel free to share some of your favourite, most inventive football celebrations in the comment box provided.






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