Nomme Kalju's Hidetoshi Wakui opened the scoring against FC Flora in the 21st minute of the big Tallinn derby, but this was only the beginning of what he felt must be done. He immediately picked the ball out of the goal and waved his teammates over. He ran towards the touchline, stopped, held the ball (which happened to be a Brazuca — the 2014 World Cup ball) like a bowling ball, did a little dance, lined up his shot and rolled it at his teammates, who had arranged themselves like giant bowling pins.
When the ball reached them, they all fell down, giving Wakui a strike on top of his goal. Apparently that isn't worth extra points in football because the match ended in a 1-1 draw.
The celebration was reminiscent of those from Icelandic club FC Stjarnan a few years back, though nothing will ever top the human toilet.
Anyway, at least we know the new World Cup ball is perfect for human pin bowling.
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