Alan Pardew dancing is the best thing that happened this weekend
Yesterday was FA Cup final day, and incase you've been living under a rock (which in the Gulf heat, is actually quite likely) then you'll know that despite taking a surprise lead at Wembley, Crystal Palace were eventually beaten by Manchester United 2-1 in extra time.
After a somewhat cagey start, the game exploded into life in the second half when Jason Puncheon put Palace ahead, smashing the ball past United 'keeper David De Gea at the near post.
While the players (and the 40,000 Palace fans) went berzerk, there was one man who decided to channel that delight into an entirely different method. That man was Palace manager Alan Pardew, and that method was dance:
Unfortunately for Pardew, his team's lead lasted all but three minutes before United equalised thanks to Spanish international Juan Mata. Unbeknown to Pardew, that was precise moment when his salsa-themed celebration spread like wildfire over the Internet, with even the United bench having a chuckle about it during the latter stages of the game.
The moral of the story: never bust out the uncle-at-a-wedding dance moves until it's all over.