Vinicius Jr has warned that Brazil have many more celebrations ready to unfold at this World Cup.
Brazil fought their way to the quarter-finals of the World Cup by beating South Korea 4-0.
As well as goals from Vinicius Jr, Neymar, Richarlison and Lucas Paqueta, Brazil had fun celebrating after doing a celebratory dance after every strike as they burst out samba style in Qatar.
They even managed to involve head coach Tite as Richarlison ran to the bench and hugged the Brazil coach in the dance.
However, not everyone was a big fan of the dance. Manchester United legend Roy Keane, unsurprisingly, was a particular hit during the celebrations.
Speaking on ITV, Keane joked: “I’ve never seen so much dancing. It’s like watching Strictly!
He added: “I don’t like it.
“I know it’s a cultural thing, but I think it’s really disrespectful to the opposition.
“It’s 4-0 and they do it every time.
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“I don’t mind the first template, but after that, and then does the manager get involved? I’m not happy with that, I don’t think it’s good at all.
Vinicius Jr was asked about the backlash to their dancing, ahead of their quarter-final with Croatia on Friday – which is live on talkSPORT.
The Real Madrid star said she will keep her joy as she progresses through the tournament.
“Of course, some people like to complain when they see other people’s happiness and we Brazilians are a happy people, so it will always bother them,” he said on Wednesday.
“The goal is the most important moment in football, in a World Cup it’s even more important so it’s a moment of joy not only for us players, but for our whole country.
“We still have a lot of celebrations ready, so we have to keep playing better, winning games and staying cheerful in the process.
“We have to stay calm and focused because there are more people with us than against us.”
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