In a first division Argentinean soccer game, between Central Rosario and River Plate, a swift hound appears from the stands and begins to run all over the field, before leaving a “goal” of large proportions on the field. Faced with the surprise (and irritation) of the players, the security personnel try to get the dog off the field, but not without him first giving them a lesson in “joga bonito”; while dodging the guards with the insolence of a professional soccer player. This awakened the respect of the spectators, who began to shout “olé” (like the Spanish bullfighters) in view of the hound’s incredible moves. He would later be removed from the field by those very guards, but not without first taking the ovation from the audience.
The game finally ended in a tie, but the fans will not forget the four-pawed player and his enormous “goal” in the middle of the game.