Santiago Silva's Soccer Goal Celebration Simulates Cardiac Arrest (VIDEO)

10/11/2010 05:24 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Elaborate goal celebrations are becoming a bit of a trend, but this one may have gone too far. Santiago Silva, who plays for Velez Sarsfield in Argentina's First Division, took things in a new direction when he scored against Colon de Santa Fe on Sunday. The 30-year-old soccer player didn't please manager Ricardo Gareca after scoring the first goal in a 6-0 victory. Silva fell to the ground and pretended to have a heart attack while his teammates acted like they were reviving him. At first, Gareca was excited to take the lead, but then looked disgusted with the celebration. Scroll down to watch the video.

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