Odell Beckham's peeing dog celebration was weird, but soccer stars were first to do it
Blanco or Beckham? Who did it better? You decide
There are many ways to celebrate big moments in sports games. There are celebrations you expect like LeBron James's push-down, chest slap, wild ones and some that are.
On Sunday, we got a weird one. Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants celebrated a touchdown catch by simulating a peeing dog. Take a look:
Strange. But he can't be the first to claim it. Mexican soccer legend Cuauhtemoc Blanco did it back in 1999 after scoring a penalty kick for Mexican soccer club America. Here it is:
So who did it better? How about neither. Last season, Napoli's Dries Mertens did it as well, but he used the corner flag. That prop adds bonus points and puts it over the top in our opinion.
We may not all agree on who did it better. But we can all agree that it is super bizarre.
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