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The goal cry of “Dibu” Martínez in the face of insults from Chilean fans

The goal cry of “Dibu” Martínez in the face of insults from Chilean fans
The goal cry of “Dibu” Martínez in the face of insults from Chilean fans

After Lautaro Martínez’s agonizing goal that meant the victory of the Argentine National Team and qualification to the quarterfinals, the Mar del Plata goalkeeper let out his frustration with a goal shout over the advertising poster.

Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez He was one of the figures in the triumph of the Argentine National Team against Chile, which qualified them for the quarterfinals in the Copa América. Although he did not have much work throughout the match, in the two dangerous advances that the Chileans generated, the goalkeeper from Mar del Plata responded with the hierarchy and security usual to him.

However, beyond his performance, what caught the attention was the unbridled celebration of “Dibu” in the winning goal scored by Lautaro Martínez.

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The relief of Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez in the winning goal of the Argentine national team against Chile. The goalkeeper was harassed throughout the second half by the Chilean partisanship and celebrated Lautaro Martínez’s goal in a provocative way.

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During much of the game, from within of the Chilean fans lowered the insults and offensive gestures towards the Argentine goalkeeper. Until the Toro’s last-minute goal came, which would end up meaning the triumph of the Argentine National Team.

At that moment, “Dibu” comes out with one of his characteristic reactions: He turns around and runs towards the stands where the Chilean team is, climbs up on an advertising billboard and shouts wildly at them about the winning goal.

Obviously the goalkeeper’s reaction did not go down well with the Chilean public, who redoubled their offensive gestures and insults towards “Dibu” and even gave him the fuck you gesture.

Emiliano Martínez not only had two fundamental saves against the Chileans, but also kept a clean sheet and thus reached 30 unbeaten goals in the National Team in a total of 41 games. He has just two defeats and three titles under his belt.

Source: Ambito

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