Fluminense’s goals could not have come from any other team. By now, you’ve seen the kicks of Germán Cano It is John Kennedy which gave Flu the Conmebol Libertadores title in their 2-1 victory over Boca Juniors. But there in the boiling of all the feelings, perhaps you didn’t notice the reactions to the goals. And that’s what we separated.
Below, we have two videos that looked at the field, while everyone hugged, celebrated and got emotional with the swing of the Argentine net. In the first goal, we have the details of Felipe Melo’s throw that went wrong, but led to the play, Germán Cano’s feint, Marcelo’s kick, Diniz running wildly… Anyway, just watching.
See the reactions to Cano’s goal in the Libertadores final
The second already has that more spectacular dose. Goal in extra time, you know how it is. Have you noticed, for example, that John Kennedy competes with Diogo Barbosa? It is precisely with this touch for the full-back to trigger Keno high that he disengages himself from the marking. Here comes the bullshit. The race to the other side of the field. Emotion of Marcelo and Felipe Melo…
See the reactions to John Kennedy’s goal that gave Fluminense the title
Fluminense’s 2-1 victory over Boca Juniors was the first Conmebol Libertadores title for the tricolor. With this victory, the team guarantees a place in this year’s Club World Cup and also in 2025.
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