They tried to imitate Messi and Suárez but it went wrong: the incredible penalty Rayo Vallecano missed

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when you are Lionel Messi AND Luis Suarez and one of the unbeatable pairs of a team is formed, the craziest decisions end well, such as the one in which the Argentine stopped to take a penalty but, instead of concluding the goal, allowed the Uruguayan to be hit by the goal of Barcelona. he transformed it. This Saturday at Spanish league another Argentinian tried to emulate the best player in history but it didn’t work.

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Regard Oscar Tregioformer Boca Juniors and current captain of Vallecano ray. With the 2-1 the Argentine goalkeeper of Girona, Paolo Gazzaniga, stopped the attacker’s definition but an encroachment into the box gave him a second chance. Then, he tried to emulate that maximum penalty from Barcelona to Celta on February 14, 2016.

That time, Luis Enrique’s team won 3-1 when, in the 80th minute, Jonny fouled Messi in the box and Rosario’s man teamed up with Suárez to convert it for goal. Ready to finish, the world champion in Qatar touched the soft ball to his right, where Suárez appeared on the run to trick the goalkeeper and score the fourth goal of the match.

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On this occasion, it was 40 minutes into the first half in Madrid when the referee ordered Trejo to take the penalty a second time. When he got close to the ball, he used the surprise effect once again, albeit in the worst way: Isi Palazón’s soft touch on the right didn’t end in the Spanish forward’s goal, whose shot – more challenging in the position of Suárez, because the goalkeeper made him smaller and he had a rival over- went over the crossbar.

In the goals, the penalty in which Messi and Suárez amazed the world, despite not having been the first, was immediately remembered. The pioneer was none other than the Dutchman Johan Cruyff. As recalled by the Spanish newspaper Marca, in a match between Ajax and Helmond Sport in 1982, the skilled player touched the ball to his left and received the block from Jesper Olsen to end up defining a great goal that went down in history.

How little, Rayo, who won thanks to goals from Isi (23′) and Trejo (34′), drew with Girona because Viktor Tsygankov, author of the transitional equalizer at 29, scored again at 52. Thus, the locals lost two points in their struggle to reach the European zone of the Spanish league and added their sixth consecutive game without winning.

Source: Clarin

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