The football Oscars

This year also the Hollywood Academy (fucked they are, did you see?) chose to celebrate the delivery of the Oscar awards, the same day and time that the Oscar Ruggeri Awards ceremony was held in our country, with the best of the latest Argentine soccer date.

In this last celebration, also held in Hollywood (in a simple, but no less filthy pub in the area of Palermo Hollywood), there was no red carpet, but rather a modest France Segundo blue doormat, quite shaggy which, despite the nauseating smell it gave off, did not overshadow the awards ceremony.

The first winning film of the night was “Cuando los Santos come goleando”, premiered last Saturday at the New Gasometer on the occasion of the match between San Lorenzo and Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata, when the team led by Rubén Darío Insúa thrashed the people of La Plata 4-0, who had submitted the film “Dance with Wolves” to the contest, which was rejected as soon as the footballer Andres Vombergar converted the first goal for the locals.

The second award-winning film of the date was “All Quiet on the Attack Front.” This film tells the adventure of 5 likeable strikers from Boca (the starters Luca Langoni, Sebastián Villa and Dario Benedetto and substitutes Cristian Medina and Equi Fernández), who can’t find a way around setting up their plays to defeat the Banfield goalkeeper, a club that ended up winning 1-0 on their home field. The film presented by Boca for electoral purposes: “All roads lead to Román” was disqualified until further notice.

The revelation prize was taken by the striker Lucas Beltran for “My masterpiece”, a movie goal (born from a pass from Nacho Fernández to the center of the area for the River striker to settle and place it next to a stick), which started the Millionaire’s rout of Godoy Cruz 3 -0.

In Avellaneda they are not very happy with the poor campaign of Independiente, although they were enthusiastic about the award received by the film “The Secret of the Reds” since they believe that this secret (throwing out DT Stilitano) soon, as long as the bad results continue, will come true and will become the title of another winning film: “The Fugitive”.

The Argentine National Team also received their statuettes for “La lista de Scaloni”, Colón de Santa Fe for “Rescuing the Forward Brian Fernandez”Alejandro Garnacho, for the film that tells about his injury at Manchester United “The English patient”, and there was a special reminder for that memorable Argentinos Juniors team led by Piojo Yudica that reached the final with Juventus, “Argentines, 1985”.

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