We've certainly seen some lavish goal celebrations over the years, right from the donning of smuggled superhero masks through to elaborate ensemble dance routines.
However, Antofagasta midfielder Eduard Bello upped the ante after finding the net during his side's Chilean league match against Everton on Sunday afternoon.
Bello took just two minutes to open the scoring for the away side and celebrated by running up into the stands, getting down on one knee and proposing to his girlfriend, beach volleyball...
Audax Italiano striker Sebastian Abreu lost his temper and threw a table at his club's fans after a goalless draw against Antofagasta in Chile's top flight on Sunday.
The former Uruguay international, who came on as a substitute in the 22nd minute, was upset that some fans insulted him after the final whistle.
Abreu picked up a table that was on the field and threw it toward the stands, though it fell short and crashed to the ground.
Nicknamed "El Loco," or "The Madman," Abreu, who will likely face...
A Chilean player is likely to face punishment after a blatant, self-confessed dive led to a match-winning penalty for his team.
Jean Meneses, a striker for Universidad de Concepcion, exaggerated his fall in the 84th minute of his team's 2-1 win over Colo Colo in the Chilean Primera Division on Sunday.
The head of Chile's refereeing commission, Enrique Osses, said referee Hector Jona made a mistake for awarding a penalty and for not punishing Meneses for the dive.
Meneses has been called to testify...
Uruguayan striker Sebastian Abreu has set the world record for the most professional clubs played for after signing a deal with Audax Italiano, the 26th team in his career, according to his new side.
The 41-year-old, who made 70 appearances for Uruguay in a 16-year spell and played in three World Cups, announced this week he will compete for Audax Italiano, a side in Chile's first division, after leaving another team in the same league, Puerto Montt.
A former Deportivo La Coruna player, Abreu tweeted:...