On Sept. 7, Diego Fagundez broke a 14-game cold spell when he scored a header in the 41st minute of the New England Revolution's match against the Chicago Fire. The goal was nice, but it was the celebration that got people talking.
The moments that followed the tally can only be described as complete elation as the teenager hoped over the advertising board to join the Minutemen in their traditional musket firing. The celebration went viral and has now landed at number three on MLSSoccer.com's best celebrations of 2014.
Fagundez is topped by Thierry Henry moonlighting as a cameraman and Dom Dwyer's "selfie-bration." While he does appear as an honorable mention, Charlie Davies and his dance moves aren't on the official list.
What d0 you think of Fagundez's celebration? Do you think it should be higher on the list? Are there any Revolution celebrations that you think were snubbed? Let us know in the comments below!