Mexico coach wildly celebrates team qualifying

Miguel Herrera celebrates the second goal of their team against Croatia during their World Cup Group A match.

Mexico coach Miguel Herrera celebrated wildly with his players on the sideline after his team won a 3-1 victory over Croatia in their Group A match last night.

In the immediate aftermath of victory Herrera wanted to enjoy what he described as "one of the best days of his life" and did this by bundling on top his players, screaming and wildly fist pumping the air.

Herrera celebrates after Andres Guardado scores the team's second goal during their match. Credit: Reuters/Ruben Sprich

Goals from captain Rafael Marquez, Andres Guardado and Javier Hernandez secured Mexico into the last 16 to face Group B winners Holland.

The Mexico boss wildly fist pumps the air on the pitch sidelines. Credit: Reuters//Eddie Keogh
Herrera celebrates after Javier Hernandez scores the team's third goal in the game. Credit: Reuters/Ruben Sprich

Herrera, who played for Mexico in the mid-1990s, has become an online hit after his wild celebrations.

Social media reacted with hilarious vines and one tweeter dubbed him "more entertaining than the football".

Miguel Herrera celebrates with goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa after the second goal of their team. Credit: Reuters/Eddie Keogh

The "crazy" Mexico boss also enjoys a group selfie.

Herrera poses for a selfie with Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto and his players ahead of the World Cup 2014 games. Credit: Reuters/Daniel Aguilar