Juninho exited the LA Galaxy's 2-1 MLS Cup triumph over the New England Revolution with what appeared to be a leg injury, but that didn't stop the Brazilian midfield cog from taking part in a unique locker room celebration.
The Galaxy turned their beer-soaked locker room floor at StubHub Center into an alcoholic slip-n-slide after multiple toasts to the club's record fifth MLS championship, and Juninho participated in full.
The 25-year-old from Sao Paulo played a vital role in the Galaxy's title quest, scoring the away goal in the Western Conference final that gave LA the edge over the Supporters' Shield-winning Seattle Sounders. Even though he wasn't on the field for Robbie Keane's Cup-winning goal or the final whistle, that didn't stop him from joining in the fun.
As for Keane, the league's reigning regular-season and MLS Cup MVP celebrated in style, too. Watch as he chugs (beverage choice unknown) out of his third MLS Cup: