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Ireland's wing wizard was on top form back in 2002 and while this celebration wouldn't quite make Riverdance, it bows down to nobody...

Goal.com, in association with Coca-Cola, are counting down the Top 50 most memorable World Cup celebrations of all time. Back in 2002 the Boys in Green made waves, even without skipper Roy Keane, who said sayonara before a ball was kicked, with future Chelsea star 'Duffer' catching the world's eye, and not just for his nifty footwork. Take a bow son...


44) Damien Duff - Ireland (Korea/Japan 2002)

In the first, and so far only time, the Irish have scored more than one goal in a World Cup match, winger Damien Duff enjoyed their third by taking a bow. Perhaps it was an homage to the Japanese hosts or maybe he was just saying a thank you prayer after the woeful Saudi Arabian goalkeeping let him in for the strike.





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Tomorrow: 43, 42, 41

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