Colombia Dances Its Way to Victory Against Ivory Coast

PHOTO: James Rodriguez #10 of Colombia celebrates by dancing with teammates after scoring his teams first goal during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group C match between Colombia and Cote DIvoire at Estadio Nacional on June 19, 2014.

Colombia danced its way to a 2-1 victory today against Ivory Coast at the World Cup in Brazil.

The goals were great -- but the celebrations were even better.

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The players gave Colombian pop star Shakira a run for her money -- shaking their hips and moving those feet following both goals as the crowd in Brasilia cheered on.

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PHOTO: The Colombian national team celebrates with a dance after Juan Quintero (#20) scores the team's second goal against Ivory Coast on June 19, 2014.

Colombia's James Rodri­guez scored the team's first goal in the second half, which was followed up by a line of his teammates doing a salsa dance.

After Juan Quintero netted the team's second goal -- which turned out to be the game-winner -- the players again danced and showed off their hip maneuvers.

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