Goals should be celebrated


ANDRling Haaland This Tuesday he scored a great goal that will be part of the summaries of the best moments of this season. The Norwegian got dressed Johann Cruyff to sign 2-1 with Manchester City coming back in 84′ a match lost until 80′. And he didn’t celebrate.

Because it was against ‘his’ Borussia Dortmund, Halland He decided not to celebrate. It’s a gesture that is interpreted as polite, but in reality, if you look at it from a different perspective than usual, it doesn’t make much sense. Why is it frowned upon for a player to celebrate a goal against his former team? Doesn’t he fight the whole game to get into the rival goal? What’s wrong with that if the goal is football’s ‘late motive’?

Perhaps the problem is that football is not understood as it should be understood. It is still a game, and within it there is victory and defeat. Losing (or conceding a goal) is not a shame, but just part of the game. And the fact that a football player who used to fight for your interests is doing it against you as a result of defending others is normal. As long as there is no disrespect through there is nothing wrong with it.

Finally, it should be noted that the act of Halland This is great for Borussia Dortmund fans, but not so much from the perspective of Manchester City fans. The goals were all celebrated, that in the end this football is a party and when the ball reaches the bottom of the net it should be cause for celebration. Without exception.

Source: La Verdad


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