Well, that's one way to go about celebrating anyway.

Gone are the days of players like Alan Shearer, who simply raised their hand aloft to indicate that they’d scored a goal and were happy to take a polite round of applause from the supporters in attendance.

These days it’s a far more choreographed affair with players practicing their routines in training, and this was clearly the case with Dzimtry Koub, who had been planning this little number for a while. As soon as he nodded home from the corner to equalise for his side Trakai against league leaders Zalgiris in Lithuania, he ran to the stands to applaud his own goal.

He didn't get a chance to have another celebration however, as the game finished 1-1, which is a shame, as we would like to see how he planned to top that one.

Via The Washington Post