Many of the world's top clubs led a move Tuesday to remember dying goals from their teams. The intention was for them to post the video and challenge four other clubs.
One of them was the Arsenal of England which accepted the proposal of Napoli and shared a bit of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after a great move by the Uruguayan Lucas Torreira . Right there he challenged Belgrano and three other clubs to do the same.
The "Pirate" from Cordoba posted a goal by César "Picante" Pereyra from Chile against Racing. "We share the Chilean goal of Picante Pereyra before Racing (2013) ", tweeted Belgrano .
Spicy like that June 2011 night in Alberdi! We hope to see you back in the top flight soon, Piratas – Arsenal FC Español (@ArsenalEspanol)
April 20, 2020
The curious thing was the response of the official account in Spanish of the English team. "Spicy as that June 2011 night at Alberdi! We hope to see you back soon in the top flight, Pirates," they wrote.
Did River remind you of the 2011 promotion?