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Dibu Martínez continues in World mode: he surprised playing bowling and celebrated with his classic viral dance


The goalkeeper of the Argentine National Team emulated a gesture from the final against France by scoring a double strike.

Like almost the majority of Argentines,

Emiliano Dibu Martínez

is still in World mode.

This time he did not shine on a soccer field or save a penalty with the Argentine National Team.

He was in a bowling alley and with two shots that left his teammates amazed.

What he did repeat was one of his celebrations in Qatar that went viral.

Precisely on social networks, the English Aston Villa goalkeeper shared two stories that a friend of his published.

"He's crazy"

, he wrote in the first message.

"He can't be"

, he added in the second post on Instagram.

The reason?

The image showed the Dibu knocking down all the pins on each of his shots, i.e. a

double strike


In this indoor sport there are two shots per turn, which allows a double strike, the best mark.

And the former Independent did it.

He hit the ideal score on both occasions.

And of course, a celebration according to the situation could not be missing.

On the first occasion, he celebrated by shaking his fists through clenched teeth.

In the next one, she looked at his friend's cell phone camera again with her mischievous smile that was accompanied by a gesture that, for an instant, moved everyone to the final in Doha.

Yes, the Scaloneta goalkeeper emulated

the little dance with shoulder movements

that he did after the Frenchman Aurélien Tchouaméni missed the third penalty in the decisive match for the World Cup.

A new sample that December 18, 2022 is still evident in everyone. 

Dibu's celebration, after Tchouaméni missed one of the penalties in the World Cup final in Qatar.

Photo: AP

The "Dibumanía" does not stop even on vacation

It is summer in Argentina.

And in the picados on the beaches of the Atlantic coast, the position to which the least skilled used to go, claimed vindication:

boys and girls fight to go to the goal


And they repeat the "Look, I eat you", the first phrase with which Dibu Martínez climbed to the top of the National Team.

It happened during the Copa América won in 2021, which cut a 28-year drought without Major League titles.

A group of boys and girls in Punta Mogotes.

Photo: Marcelo Carroll

After Lionel Messi, the tattoos referring to the Dibu were among the most requested.

It is that his figure grew even more during the World Cup in Qatar, which ended with a happy ending.

The memorable save against Australia in the round of 16, the two penalties saved against the Netherlands in the quarterfinals and the miraculous save against Randal Kolo Muani when the final with France was dying to name just a few of the goalkeeper's famous moments.  

Of course, the saved shot to Kingsley Coman in the definition from the twelve steps against 

Les bleus

is also recorded as that kind of mental previous game that he did to Tchouaméni, who ended up throwing the ball outside.

"Everything screwed up

," Dibu fired at the Real Madrid midfielder, when he was received by thousands of people in his native Mar del Plata. 

The gigantography of Dibu Martínez, at the height of La Perla.

Photo: Marcelo Carroll

It must also be said that Dibu is one of those targeted by FIFA when

opening a disciplinary process

against the AFA for the celebrations of Argentina in the final.

It was for possible breach of articles 11 (offensive conduct and violations of the principles of fair play) and 12 (improper conduct by players and officials) of the FIFA Disciplinary Code.

On December 18, Argentina was proclaimed world champion after beating France on penalties after 3-3 after extra time.

During the celebrations on the pitch, some players made gestures that provoked complaints from the French Football Federation (FFF), which regretted the "abnormal" taunts against Kylian Mbappé.

Specifically, they were referring to the chants in the locker room led by the goalkeeper and in which he asked for "a minute of silence" for Mbappé.

In addition, Dibu himself, on the pitch, placed the trophy for the best World Cup goalkeeper on his genitals (a glove provided by one of the sponsors), an action captured by television images and photographers.

Dibu's gesture when receiving the trophy for the best goalkeeper in the World Cup.

Photo: AP

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