- Brazil legend Ronaldo de Lima has been spotted learning the 'pigeon' dance
- Richarlison pulled out the dance with Brazil coach Tite against South Korea
- The Tottenham forward netting his side's third in the rout of the Asian side
Tottenham Hotspur forward Richarlison may have caused a stir with his pigeon dance celebration, during Brazil's round of 16 clash at the World Cup.
However, that didn't prevent legendary Brazil forward Ronaldo de Lima from enjoying it when he was taught the dance.
Brazil literally danced their way to quarter-final qualification following their comprehensive 4-1 victory over South Korea on Monday evening.
The South Americans put on a great show on Monday evening, with the five-time winners clearly enjoying themselves and dancing in celebration of each goal.
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However, Brazil's trademark dance celebrations have taken the sting out of the result, with a section of fans labelling the Samba-styled jubilation as 'disrespectful'.
Richarlison, who scored his third goal of the tournament, pulled out his pigeon dance with his coach Tite after scoring in the Selacao's first-half mauling of South Korea.
In a video posted on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, Tite is not the only one who has been taught the dance. Richarlison was also sighted teaching ex-Real Madrid superstar Ronaldo how to break out the dance.
Ruthless Brazil crush South Korea
Neymar returned from injury to help inspire Brazil to a 4-1 victory over South Korea on Monday, as the favourites cruised through to the quarter-finals.
The world's most expensive player had missed his team's last two matches with a sprained ankle, which he suffered in their 2-0 win against Serbia.
Neymar returned for their last 16 tie against the Tigers of Asia, with the Selecao finding a new gear and also making a dire statement to the rest of their opposition.
Brazil dance to victory
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that a ruthless Brazil cruised to a lead of four goals within 36 minutes, making light work out of their round-of-16 clash with South Korea.
Having suffered their first group stage defeat since 1998 against Cameroon, the five-time world champions turned on the heat against the Group H runners-up.
Vinicius Junior began the demolishing exercise, when he connected with a cut-back pass from tricky winger Raphinha after just seven minutes.