Former Middlesbrough striker Kai Kamara was booked for twerking after scoring a goal in the MLS.
The striker completed the scoring as New England revolutions defeated Montreal Impact.
Despite his innovative celebrations, Kamara got on the wrong end of the referee book. He was booked (no pun intended).
The striker completed the scoring in the 71st minute, prompting a twerk.
Well twerking is a popular dance move (usually done by girls with big bosoms in a sexual manner) involving thrusting hip movements and a low squatting stance.
The referee showed a yellow card to the 32-year-old.
The hosts were not celebrating by the end of the evening, however, as the Revolution missed out on a play-off spot on MLS ‘Decision Day’, finishing seventh in the Eastern Conference, behind Philadelphia Union on goal difference.
Elsewhere in MLS on Sunday, Portland Timbers were eliminated, FC Dallas claimed the Supporters’ Shield and Seattle Sounders’ late-season revival continued on an eventful final day.
Watch the celebration – and booking – in the video below
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