Stray Dog Comes to Argentinian Goalkeeper's Rescue, Saves a Goal in Style
The bizarre incident took place during Argentinian third-division match between Juventud Unida and Defensores de Belgrano.
Image credits: @golazoargentino / Twitter
The bizarre incident took place during Argentinian third-division match between Juventud Unida and Defensores de Belgrano when the stray dog decided to do a cameo and turn into an overnight celebrity.
In the footage that is being shared online, the Defensores' goalkeeper appeared to have cost his team an easy goal in the already lost cause (3-0) when he shot the ball directly to an opposition player, leaving goal post unguarded.
This was when a Juventud Unida player thought he'd turn the opportunity into a goal until he noticed the substitute goalkeeper sprinting across to the field and blocking the certain goal.
The uninvited guest on the field gave plenty laughs to viewers on Twitter.
More goalkeeping heroics from dogs in South America 🐶— Peter Coates (@golazoargentino) December 4, 2018
In Argentina's third tier Juventud Unida de Gualeguaychú were denied another certain goal in their weekend win over Defensores de Belgrano de Villa Ramallo
🎥 via @PasionFutbol860 pic.twitter.com/57GYMJV4jQ
Can think of a few keepers who could do with a dog...... https://t.co/XWRzh1gHIo— Darren Keighley (@doubletopdaz) December 4, 2018
Save of the year right here. https://t.co/niWT2Hnu7V— Ben Dettmar (@OlympicsProf) December 4, 2018
South American football will never stop amazing us with such wonderful action https://t.co/nA4OfKfB4Z— Kyle Clayton (@KClayFootball) December 4, 2018
Hahahaha that’s the most random goal line clearance in history, ‘Barky’ lad— Michael Horsfield (@TrikeFish88) December 4, 2018
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