While they may have gone out in the quarterfinals, Colombia left a lasting impact on the 2014 World Cup largely thanks to James Rodriguez's sensational goals and the joyous manner in which the team were celebrated.
Thankfully, it looks like Los Cafeteros are preparing to up their choreography game heading into the 2018 tournament.
Indeed, if the images coming out of their training camp are anything to go by, it looks like Juan Cuadrado and the boys are planning something special.
We can't wait for Colombia to score their first goal of the World Cup.
Jose Pekerman's effervescent side will get their first chance to debut their dance moves when they get heir Group H campaign underway against Japan in Saransk on June 19.