Whether he’s shaking his hips or throwing some shapes, Michail Antonio loves an extravagant celebration.

And the winger’s moves emerged as a divisive talking point between players and legends alike from West Ham – who are currently to secure a top four finish next season in the latest Premier League odds – in our recent Gogglebox video.

So, in tribute to the 27-year-old’s rhythm, we reflect on some of the league’s best ever celebrations...

Jimmy Bullard – Manchester City v Hull, 2009


“It was fantastic… great comedy is about timing,” said then-Hull manager Phil Brown afterwards, through gritted teeth no doubt.

It was the perma-tanned boss, remember, who inspired it in the first place.

Brown conducted his half-time team-talk on the pitch after the Tigers had conceded four first-half goals in the equivalent fixture the previous season.

So when dressing room joker Jimmy Bullard equalised the following year, the opportunity for a laugh was too enticing to pass up.

Thankfully, it worked this time and Hull secured an away point.

Temuri Ketsbaia – Newcastle v Bolton, 1998


Instead of rhythm, this Newcastle United midfielder was filled with rage after netting a last-minute winner against Bolton.

Upset at being left on the bench, the Georgian international used his celebration to vent his anger in a 15-second period that would define his career at St James’ Park.

Instead of sharing in the delight of his team-mates, Ketsbaia hurled his shirt into the crowd and attempted, but failed, to remove his right boot.

Next, the advertising hoardings took a kicking as the enraged goalscorer shrugged off a congratulatory hug from Alessandro Pistone.

Fifteen years later, he told the North East Chronicle that he hoped “it wouldn’t be the only thing my career will be remembered for.”

Good luck with that, Temuri.

Lomana LuaLua – Portsmouth v Newcastle, 2004


Rarely has a player been as synonymous with a celebration as LuaLua was with his famous triple somersault.

And rarely will it have rankled as much with his employers.

But the Congolese striker, who was on loan at Portsmouth from Newcastle, took advantage of the Magpies’ decision to allow him to play against his parent club.

He slotted home an 89th-minute equaliser to lift Pompey out of the Premier League relegation zone and send Fratton Park into bedlam.

Cue the acrobatics.

Wayne Rooney – Manchester United v Tottenham, 2015


A well-publicised sparring session that reportedly got out of hand was behind this one.

Rooney, who had been filmed play-fighting with Phil Bardsley, came under intense scrutiny after the footage was leaked.

The striker responded to the criticism in the best possible way, though.

After putting his side 3-0 up against Tottenham at Old Trafford, he made for the corner flag and produced a tongue-in-cheek shadow boxing display.

Falling to the turf with a broad smile, he was clearly pleased to have had the last laugh.

Michail Antonio – West Ham v Bournemouth, 2016


Of course, this list would not be complete without a contribution from the king of celebrations himself.

And Antonio did not disappoint with this jig that marked the first Premier League goal at the London Stadium.

After heading a late winner, the winger made his way to the corner only to be mobbed by his team-mates.

Having impressively fought his way through the crowds, he found space to recreate the Macarena dance with surprising accuracy.

Whatever floats your boat.