They all showed the same scene: after Lautaro Martinez’s decisive penalty, almost all the South Americans rushed to the side of the Elftal players with provocative gestures, much to their disappointment.
Nicholas Otamendi ran past the oranges with both hands over his ears, probably looking Denzel Dumfries in the eye. After the match, Benfica Lisbon’s centre-back defended his and his teammates’ provocations, blaming Elftal in return.
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And the 34-year-old justified: “I cheered her on because there was a Dutch player who got to every penalty we had and said something to one of our players.”
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In fact, photos and videos documented that Dumfries was actually chasing down Enzo Fernandez on his way to a penalty and attempting to disrupt his club mate. In success: The 21-year-old missed the first point of the match.
Argentine players provoke the Netherlands after the penalty shootout
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Aerial photos from the Lucille Iconic Stadium showed that four Dutchmen spoke to Martínez before the decisive penalty kick and tried to shake the Inter Milan striker – in addition to the top scorer of Inter Milan – in addition to the top scorer of Inter Milan, in addition to the top scorer of Inter Milan, and above all Dumfries, who died because of the non- Riyadi Lahouz was also shown a yellow card. saw.
Because the Inter Milan defender then responded to another provocation by an Argentine player and thus triggered another pack formation, he received a yellow and red card after the final whistle.
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