How many dance moves can you spot in the video below?
It worth mentioning that most of these moves have their origin in West African countries like Nigeria, which will not be participating in the games this time. Ghana will be representing, Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia and African champions Senegal.
With a growing number of people across the planet adopting dance moves partnered with Afrobeats, you don’t need the beat to drop into any of these moves. At the world’s biggest single-sport event like the World Cup under the theme “Light up the Sky,” we sure hope to see memorable moments, and fan favourite dance moves present on the pitch or not.
Also known as the “happy feet” dance. It wouldn’t come as a surprise from all the dribbling and leg movement involved in the sport.
The Ghanaian team has been spotted pulling this move in goal celebration since the ‘Azonto’ dance became famous in 2011.
This move was popularised by Childish Gambino and Rihanna.
Also known as “Malwede” one of the most popular challenges that took the world by storm a few years ago.
Until musician Ruger of the “Girlfriend” song hit gives this dance a name, it is forever etched in the dance moves hall of fame.
What dance moves have seen football players ‘kill’? Let us know on the ClassiQ socials under this post.