However, Pringles have teamed up sports analyst Dr. Garry Gelade, formally of the University of Cambridge, to show supporters what has been rated as the best goal celebration at the tournament.
Dr. Gelade has created the world’s first formula for the perfect goal celebration, which takes into account theatrics, goal gravity and reaction with a score out of 100. With this formula, the sports analyst is able to deem the top 10 celebrations from the World Cup in Russia.
Antoine Griezmann celebrates with the World Cup trophy after France’s 4-2 win in the final
10. Artem Dzyuba – Russia – 67/100
Artem Dzyuba scored a penalty for Russia to send their round of 16 tie against Spain into extra time and then a penalty shootout – which the hosts eventually won to book their spot in the last eight.
The imposing forward’s passionate salute to the home crowd was really an iconic moment and deserves a place on this list.
Artem Dzyuba salutes the Russian crowd after equalising from the spot against Spain
9. Mario Fernandes – Russia – 67/100
Another Russian candidate makes the list after Mario Fernandes’s header deep into extra-time kept hopes of advancing to the semi-finals alive.
The Brazilian-born full back leaped over the advertising boards and towards the crowd to celebrate up close with the frantic supporters.
Mario Fernandes leaps over the advertising boards and towards the frantic Russian supporters
8. Kylian Mbappe – France – 67/100
The World Cup in Russia was the stage where Kylian Mbappe really announced himself as a world-class striker.
The 19-year-old became the second teenager ever to score in a World Cup final after his long-range effort all but confirmed Les Bleus as champions.
The Paris Saint-Germain attacker sprinted away towards the corner flag before being mobbed by his team-mates.
Kylian Mbappe scores France’s fourth goal against Croatia in the World Cup final in Russia
7. Kim Young-Gwon – South Korea – 68/100
South Korea needed to beat former world champions Germany to have any chance of making the knockout rounds.
With the game still goalless late on, Kim Young-Gwon was in the right place at the right time to stab home his effort past a helpless Manuel Neuer in net.
The South Korean defender wheeled away in celebration before a VAR review confirmed his goal was legitimate. South Korea went on to knock the Germans out of the competition but failed to make it through themselves.
Kim Young-Gwon scores the opening goal against Germany in the dying minutes of the game