Kei Kamara twerked after scoring a goal in the New England Revolution's season finale, and he was promptly booked.
Kei Kamara had a little bit of fun during the New England Revolution's season, which ended with a morale-lifting 3-0 win over the Montreal Impact. The Revolution missed out on the postseason on a goal differential tiebreaker after finishing with the same number of points and wins as the sixth-place Philadelphia Union.
In trying to end a tumultuous year–one in which he was traded from Columbus Crew SC to New England after a spat with Federico Higuain–on a lighter note, Kamara made like Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown and twerked in celebration after scoring the final goal of the game. He was promptly booked by the referee as a result.
It could be worse for Kamara. Brown was fined $9,115 for his twerking celebration. The MLS league office has a bit more leeway in the fun department than the NFL.