Neymar Celebrates Santos Centennial Dancing Call Me Maybe

Karla Villegas Gama@karlitsvFeatured ColumnistOctober 16, 2012

TOYOTA, JAPAN - DECEMBER 14: Neymar of Santos Futebol Clube celebrates his goal during the FIFA Club World Cup semi final match between Kashiwa Reysol and Santos at Toyota Stadium on December 14, 2011 in Toyota, Japan.(Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)
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Brazilian club Santos is celebrating 100 years of history, and they want their fans to join them. To accomplish the feat, Neymar, along with administrative personnel and all the squad's staff, put up a video.

The crowd shows their best moves to Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe. From the gym to the stands and back to the club's offices, these guys know how a team must work even outside the pitch.

The video has been watched over 694,000 times, and more than 5,000 people have liked it in the past 21 days. The club hopes that this helps them to convince fans to subscribe to their YouTube feed.

Don't miss the mascots (0:44 and 2:28) and Neymar's choreography (0:33).

This is not the first time the Brazilian striker shows off his moves.

Whenever he can, he dances to some of his country's top hits; Michel Telo's Ai Se Tu Pego and João Lucas e Marcelo's Tchu Tcha Tcha.

 

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