The match ended in a tight 1-0 in favor of Peñarol before Plaza Colonia, victory that catapulted them to the first place in the Uruguayan football table. But the real joy came at the end of the game.
And that is the goal for Guzmán Pereira for charcoal burners, at the end of the first time it was completely opaque with what came later.
When the main characters already celebrated and changed T-shirts after the final whistle, a young man took to the field to visit Kevin Dawson, the archer in Peñarol.
The fan was Lucaswho lives with Down syndrome, and asked Dawson if he could kick a penalty. Although the young man was a fan of the locals, he decided to ask the rival goalkeeper born in Colonia de Sacramento.
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Here after talking to him in the field and with the expected public when he realizes this situation, both went to court with judge Andrés Matonte.
Lucas, who had the ball in his hands, arranged it in the penalty box and then went away a few steps and kick from left to right post by Dawson. In a perfect path, the goalkeeper who had stretched as much as possible had nothing to do. Goal.
After the entrance, the young he celebrated with everything with Plaza Colonia fans, approaching bias in the stands and celebrating as a professional, encouraged by the audience.
But this is not the first time he does. On February 23, Lucas reached the goalkeeper Federico Cristóforo of the Danube after meeting with his law to ask him the same. To which the goalkeeper also agreed.
More than football! In Uruguay they met Plaza Colonia vs Peñarol. After the match, Lucas, a local supporter of impaired syndrome, asked Peñarol goalkeeper Kevin Dawson to kick a penalty. He celebrated the whole stadium … # LoLindoDelFoccer❤️ pic.twitter.com/fJMDO5FNGm
– Actual football (@ActualFutbol) April 14, 2019