Senegal's Warm-Up Routine At The World Cup Includes Dancing And Singing
It was one of the moments of the World Cup thus far. Senegal fans won the hearts of millions when they cleaned up their section inside the stadium before leaving the ground after victory against Poland.
Days later, the national team are getting in the spirit of things with a routine like no other.
The likes of Sadio Mane can be seen dancing, singing and waving their hands as they take part in what has been dubbed 'the happiest' warm-up routine you'll ever see.
Ahead of their game against Japan on Sunday afternoon, the lads did this and it has since gone viral. This is what the World Cup is all about.
Just look how happy they are. Absolute scenes.
Whilst some players walk around looking like they don't even want to be there, the Senegal team are out there living their best life! Best training session ever :flag_sn: Love these guys! #WorldCup #JAPSEN pic.twitter.com/Tb1TP8UD6m- Jules Breach (@julesbreach) June 24, 2018
Senegal shocked Poland by securing all three points thanks to an own-goal and M'Baye Niang's controversial goal after entering the pitch just seconds earlier.
More Like ThisMore Like This
Coach Aliou Cisse is proud of his players while claiming the whole of Africa is rooting for Senegal.
"Senegal represent the whole African continent," he told reporters via Independent.
"We are Senegal but I can guarantee the whole of Africa is supporting the Senegal team. I get calls and lots of people are proud and we are proud to represent the African continent."
"It's a little bit too early. Winning first match of course means you start at the right pace. The second and third match are also important. I hope Egypt, Nigeria, Tunisia and Morocco will stand up. There is a lot of quality in the other African teams."
Can Senegal reach the latter stages of the competition this summer?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.