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Former Middlesbrough striker Kei Kamara was booked for twerking after scoring for New England Revolution against Montreal Impact.

Kamara, who also played for Norwich, completed the scoring for the hosts in the 71st minute of their 3-0 win, and celebrated by pulling off the mood, made popular by popstar Miley Cyrus.

But it didn't impress the referee, who promptly pulled out a yellow card for the Sierra Leone-born forward, who could not hide his disbelief at the decision.

The 32-year-old, who moved back to the MLS after a stint in England in 2014, has scored 11 goals in the division this season.

The hosts were not celebrating by the end of the evening, however, as the Revolution missed out on a play-off spot on MLS 'Decision Day', finishing seventh in the Eastern Conference, behind Philadelphia Union on goal difference.

Elsewhere in MLS on Sunday, Portland Timbers were eliminated, FC Dallas claimed the Supporters' Shield and Seattle Sounders' late-season revival continued on an eventful final day. Video below:


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