IDIOMS

wheel away

(idiomatic, chiefly sports) To run around in celebration

Example: 2007, Alan Smith, The Daily Telegraph online edition, Goal proves Owen is back in the big time[1]
  Following an hour of graft that did not include too many glimpses of goal he casually wheeled away having finished David Beckham's inviting cross in the manner of a man totally at home in those kind of positions.
2010, ESPN, Valencia win, Mallorca beat Malaga 28 November 2010
  Athletic captain Gurpegi charged in at the near post to glance in David Lopez's left-wing corner before wheeling away in delight, ripping off his shirt and celebrating with his team-mates and the ecstatic home fans.
2012 April 15, Phil McNulty, “Tottenham 1-5 Chelsea”[2], BBC:
  David Luiz and Terry challenged for headers and when the loose ball fell to Mata, his shot was blocked on the line by a bundle of bodies that included King, Assou-Ekotto and Terry. Referee Atkinson was swift to award the goal as Mata wheeled away in celebration - much to the disgust of the Spurs players.