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Colombia Executed a Rare Double Piggyback Ride Celebration

3-way Colombian piggyback against Greece

Colombia’s destruction of Greece in its World Cup opener was quite impressive. The team’s celebrations may have been even more inspiring.

This choreographed number was 16 years in the making and has the ability to warm even the coldest of heart. Refusing to coast, the team bravely completed a rare double piggyback routine after James Rodríguez stoppage-time goal. The degree of difficulty on something like this is high.

While some would question the decision to put a soccer player’s legs at risk for the sake of celebrating, but true art takes chances.

James Rodríguez goal against Greece

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