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‘Beat the keeper’ Ocampos: ‘did coach between the posts to remain in place’

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‘Beat the keeper’ Ocampos: ‘did coach between the posts to remain in place’

07 July, 2020 11:16 am
07-07-20 11:16 am
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Lucas Ocampos experienced it on Monday to say that the craziest game he’s ever played on. The winger from Sevilla, created with the only goal against Eibar (1-0), and seemed deep in injury time as the gelegenheidsdoelman in the second half.

The 25-year-old Ocampos took off in the seventh minute of stoppage time, the keepershandschoenen as goalkeeper Tomas Vaclík injury to the hand, and Seville for five times and had an exchange of views. A minute later, the Former with a good-looking rescue, even at the end, to prevent the Eibar goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic.

“This is definitely the weirdest and most unique game I’ve ever played in,” said Ocampos, after the end of the match, was quoted by El Mundo Deportivo. “For us, it’s not always easy to get a game on the line, to withdraw, and that is why I am very happy that we won.”