Dibu Martínez’s dance after a victory for the Argentine team in the Qatar 2022 World Cup
The charisma and personality of Emiliano Martínez once again caused a furor on social networks. This time it was with a video in which he was seen performing a particular dance after one of the triumphs achieved by the Argentine team in the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which had it as champion. In turn, on his social networks, the goalkeeper revealed a special detail in his thermos, which is also alluding to an episode that marked the last World Cup.
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This Monday a video went viral on social networks in which Dibu appears with a striking dance in which he is seen raising his legs, leaning forward, with his head bowed and taking out his teeth in a funny grimace. Due to these gestures as if imitating a velociraptor and the color of his clothing, the goalkeeper was renamed “Dibusaurio”.
The green team was used by the goalkeeper in four of the seven matches: Mexico, Poland, Croatia and in the final against France. Against the Poles the team used the alternative kit. The celebration was after beating Croatia 3-0 in the semifinal, one of the two matches next to the final against France, in which the team wore completely white, as the players appear in the images.
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The material was uploaded by a Tik Tok user Juan_fut8 (Juan Cruz Hareza). “New dance unlocked”, wrote another user of the networks and a third added: “I love that it has a huge repertoire of leftover dances. He never repeats one.”
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Dibu is very active on social networks. That is why on Friday, in the preview of the 1-0 victory of his Aston Villa team against Southampton as a visitor, he did his thing again. In a short video that he published on Friday in an Instagram story, he revealed which series he is following and with his cell phone, he filmed the notebook that showed the list of episodes of Sky Rojo (Netflix), starring, among other actresses, the Argentine artist Lali Espósito .
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It was just Lali who was in charge of singing the stanzas of the National Anthem before the final against France. At this time, the Spanish series is third among the most viewed by Argentines on the streaming platform and Dibu, who lives in England, is not one of them.
But apart from his selection of entertainment to relax before a Premier League game, the 30-year-old goalkeeper revealed a special detail in the thermos and it was the phrase that Lionel Messi immortalized when he told the Dutchman Wout Weghorst, “what a look, Bobo, go over there”. That was after Argentina’s victory on penalties (2-2 draw in 120 minutes) against the Europeans in the quarterfinals.
Under Leo’s phrase there is another sticker with the World Cup and a third with an image of Dibu with the red jumpsuit. The goalkeeper is a benchmark for the Argentine team and from the first opportunity Lionel Scaloni gave him as a starter he took over the albiceleste goal. He ratified that condition in the Copa América with the penalty shootout against Colombia in the semifinals, an instance in which he held off three shots and immortalized the “look at you as a brother.”
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