FOXBOROUGH, Mass., Oct. 24 (UPI) -- Apparently there is plenty of room for amendments in the soccer rulebook.
New England revolution's Kei Kamara found that out Sunday, when he was handed a yellow card for an unusual violation.
After netting the Revolution's third goal in a 3-0 win against the Montreal Impact, Kamara ran to the sideline to celebrate his score with a lively twerk.
No. 13 threw his arms up in a tantrum when an official approached him with the yellow card.
Kamara ranks No. 5 in the MLS on the season with 106 shots. His 12 goals are tied for seventh place in the league standings.