Are you a fanatical or a silent celebrator? When your team scores a goal, do you go nuts, or will a simple fist pump do?
Thanks to the guys over at Quartz, we now have a breakdown of how the average fan celebrates their country scoring a World Cup goal. Their formula? The amount of extra o’s fans use on average in celebrating a goal on Facebook.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, it’s Mexico who top the list ahead of a glut of South Americans, with a whopping 6.63 extra o’s on average. The United States can be found in the middle of the pack with 3.32 extra o’s celebrating the likes of Clint Dempsey and Julian Green bagging goals.
There are few surprises towards the bottom of the list, too. The United Kingdom (well, just England really), parted with just an extra 0.42 o’s in celebrating their World Cup 2014 goals. Mind, they did only have two to cry home about.