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WATCH: Benfica's Title Celebration Is The Maddest Thing You'll See All Season

WATCH: Benfica's Title Celebration Is The Maddest Thing You'll See All Season

Move over, Chelsea.

Josh Lawless

Josh Lawless

If you thought Chelsea were the kings of title-winning celebrations, think again.

Chelsea sealed their fifth Premier League title success, following a 1-0 victory against West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns - with Michy Batshuayi, on as a substitute, scoring the all-important goal and sparking wild celebrations amongst the group.

Antonio Conte was 'abducted' in his post-match press conference, Cesc Fabregas dropped the F-bomb live on Sky Sports, while Diego Costa was being an absolute nutter.

It would be fair to say that Costa celebrated in style. And we're delighted that no one bothered to tell the former Atletico Madrid striker that the cameras were rolling in the Chelsea dressing room when he decided to knock out some very questionable dance moves.

In all honesty, both these moments were the finest parts of Chelsea's triumph. Swearing and wanking gestures are far better than any goal will ever be.

But you'd be wrong if you thought title celebrations couldn't get any crazier.

That's because Benfica, who secured their fourth league title on the trot in the Portuguese top flight, celebrated in a way we've never seen before.

A 5-0 drubbing over Vitoria de Guimaraes on Saturday clinched yet another Primeira Liga title, with Franco Cervi, Raul Jiménez, Pizzi and Jonas (2) scoring the goals.

And things got all kinds of mental in the Estadio da Luz dressing room.

Somehow, a moped was brought into the home dressing room and left-back Eliseu decided to celebrate the big title win by spinning around on the vehicle - much the delight of his teammates.

Incredible scenes!

(h/t The Mirror)

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Benfica

Topics: Football, Portugal, Benfica