Seven zany World Cup football vines that’ve gone viral

first_imgVines have become the new cool on social media and mobile phones, thanks to the World Cup in Brazil. Football fans are using the Twitter-owned, video-sharing app with the same gusto, or more, that made vuvuzelas popular in the 2010 football World Cup in South Africa. Through this video-sharing app, that is both iOS and Android device friendly, fans and followers are designing short movie clips on their smart phones and linking them together for a total of six seconds. Each short video plays in a continuous loop, and is viewable directly in Twitter’s timeline or embedded  in a web page.In any given minute, 8,333 videos are shared through vines, according to latest figures by mediabistro.com. Here are five football vines that have gone viral on the social media due to the football craze and the World Cup.1. Rayven Tirado’s vine on the kid who did his own tiki-taka2. Lee Zavala’s vine said ‘Minions Like The World Cup Too!’3. Nike Football grabbed the opportunity and posted this vine ‘Can you top the SkillTwins?’4. The US tweet volume before and after a goal against Ghana5. Another Nike vine:6. Nike Football: ‘Iniesta could do this all day.’ 7. Think you’ve seen every move? Mario Goetze disagrees, says another Nike vine YouTube video: Watch funny vineslast_img

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