George Springer and Jonathan Villar engage in dugout dance contest

Angela Sun
Yahoo Sports Minute
George Springer and Jonathan Villar engage in dugout dance contest
George Springer and Jonathan Villar engage in dugout dance contest

Evidently, George Springer can do it all. The Houston Astros rookie was on a tear just a few weeks ago when he hit seven home runs in a seven-game span. He's cooled off a bit since — but the 24-year-old phenom showed Thursday night he can do more than play baseball very well. The outfielder and shortstop Jonathan Villar had an impromptu dance contest in the dugout — and it was spectacular.

Butterfingers

Meanwhile, when it comes to some not-so-smooth moves, look no further than Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev. The 28-year-old had the blunder of the World Cup so far when he let Lee Kuen-Ho's ball slip through his fingers for a goal. South Korean and Russia ended in a 1-1 draw.

Wrong bus!

At least Russia is still alive. The same can't be said for reigning World Cup champs Spain. The Red Fury's 2-0 loss to Chile eliminated Vicente del Bosque's squad after only two matches. The manager was so discombobulated he nearly boarded the South American nation's bus!

Sign up now for Yahoo Fantasy Football.

Follow @YSportsMinute on Twitter along with the Yahoo Sports Minute Facebook page.

What to Read Next