Pablo Armero Bags Colombia's First Goal of World Cup 2014, Celebrates with Dance

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterJune 14, 2014

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Colombia's World Cup campaign got off to a dream start when Pablo Armero managed to poke a goal home against Greece just five minutes into their opening game in Group C.

And for the rest of the world it was great news, because what followed was a pretty spectacular dance celebration.

Credit: Univision

Another view of the celebration can be seen in Vine form from ESPN:

It's not the first time they've celebrated like this—they did the same when they secured a place in the World Cup Finals—but it is their biggest stage yet...

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