Mexico The Mexican flag flies over the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral in Constitution Square. JOHN COLETTI

The FIFA World Cup has brought nations from around the world together since its inception to enjoy the sport of fútbol. But another part of the tournament besides cheering from the stands is representing your country on the ground and showing cultural pride. 

Mexico understood the assignment, pushing “Mexicans in Qatar” and “Mexicanos en Qatar” to the top of the trending list with videos of Mexican fans celebrating siesta style. There was no shortage of line dancing, sombreros and joy during the festivities.

Even though their latest match against Poland ended in a draw, it did nothing to quell Mexican pride as seen in these videos:

The next Mexican celebration can be expected on Nov. 26 when Mexico faces off against Argentina, in what is likely going to be an elimination match for the two Latin American teams.