Twerk out: MLS player gets booked for celebratory dance (VIDEO)

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While soccer players are well known for their creative goal celebrations, Kei Kamara of MLS’ New England Revolution landed in trouble for his twerking effort after scoring against the Montreal Impact on Sunday.

The Revolution was leading 2-0 against the Impact when Kamara scored his 21st goal of the season, sealing a 3-0 victory.

The 32-year-old ran behind the touchline to perform his celebratory dance.

However, not everyone was impressed. The referee showed the yellow card to the Sierra Leone international following the celebration.

The situation follows September’s NFL twerking accident, which saw the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown fined for his celebration.

Brown was reportedly hit with an almost $10,000 penalty, according to cbssports.com.

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