Asamoah Gyan's Go-Ahead Goal Touched Off a Ghanaian Dance Party

Kyle Koster

Asamoah Gyan capped off a frenzied stretch which featured three goals in rapid succession by finding the back of the net to vault Ghana into the lead. He becomes the first African player to score in three different World Cups and, perhaps more importantly, his rocket provided the impetus for a memorable dance routine.

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