Luis Advíncula joined the celebrations for the Boca Juniors title in the Argentine Professional League. The Peruvian soccer player broadcast the celebration live on Instagram with his teammates, however, in the middle of the happy moment, he remembered that the draw he committed against Independiente.
When the game was level with no goals, the popular ‘Bolt’ touched a ‘Rojo’ player for which the referee charged an infraction and Leandro Fernández scored from twelve steps. However, a minute later, Pol Fernández equalized and calm returned to the fans who vibrated with the final tie (2-2).
Then, the right back of the Peruvian team recognized, in a peculiar way, his mistake. “I celebrate like *** and almost shit ***”he mentioned during the broadcast and the video went viral on social networks.
The ‘Xeneize’ fans applauded Luis Advíncula for his mea culpa. “We always bank you”, “Impossible not to want it” either “Now to continue adding more titles”were some of the messages from the followers.
Luis Advíncula expressed a self-criticism
After the duel against Independiente, the Peruvian player accepted that he has not had a good performance in recent games and dedicated words to the squad for supporting him. “Thank my colleagues who have been banking me, I come from shit to shit, but I think they are banking me”held for TNT Sports.
“Today they put out a pretty fucked up game. Thank them and thank my family who is always there. We always focus on ourselves, we don’t focus on the rest, we focus on what we had to do. We got a good clean and jerk of wins and we are just champions”he added.
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