The former defender of Núñez’s team and the 1986 world champion team in Mexico did his thing on television.
Oscar Ruggeri has been one of the panelists of 90 minutes, the soccer program that leads Sebastian Vignolo, Now for ESPN. And the “pigheaded“It is one of the figures. To the point that on more than one occasion it has been a trend on Twitter.
With stories, anecdotes, curiosities, football criticism and even politics, the former world champion defender with the National Team and River unleashes social networks. And this Wednesday he did it again.
While analyzing River’s 6-0 win against Binational from Peru for the Copa Libertadores, Ruggeri added humor to the program. Between Carlos Aimar (former player and DT) and Sebastian Dominguez (also a former soccer player) tried to put tactical analysis seriously, until they were surrendered to the game of pigheaded, which burst onto the scene.
And he woke up not only the laughter of his colleagues who were in front of the screen, but also of Vignolo, of the rest of the panelists and, surely, of the followers of that program.
“Look at the middle: one that is there coming back, poor thing”, he began to criticize Binacional. “Stop it there! Listen: this head that’s here watching the game, can’t he come here to score? Help, they’re all running!”He added about one of the Peruvian soccer players.
First he started making gestures with his arms sitting on his little chair. Later, irritated by what he saw of the players (especially the defenders) of Binacional, he stopped and got into the analysis pointing at the screen. And he kept criticizing them.
He even simulated the uncoordinated movements and with an astonishing lack of tenacity that the players of the Peruvian team had on the field. And without hesitation, he threw: “The River thing was training”.
Once the scene ended, which lasted about eight minutes, social media began to echo Ruggeri’s exposure. And yes: once again they did “trending topic”.