World Cup 2014: The best goal celebrations of the group stage
From awkward flips to choreographed dances - the best celebrations of the tournament so far
Goal celebrations at the World Cup can live longer in the memory than the goals themselves.
Marco Tardelli's passionate shirt grabbing in the 1982 final, Roger Milla's jigging throughout the 1990 tournament and the Bebeto led 'new-born baby' celebrations in 1994 are now iconic.
With the goals flying in in Brazil, we've been treated to a host of brilliant celebrations already.
Some appear to have been planned in advance, others have simply been the manifestation of uncontrollable joy.
With the group stage now over - we take a look at some of the best at the tournament so far.
Which has been your favourite celebration? Let us know in the comments below.
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