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"Where is the ball?": The ghost play that baffled everyone in the Superclásico

2024-02-25T23:02:24.943Z

Highlights: The television broadcast showed that a free kick hit the post. A second later, the ball was in the goalkeeper's hands. Did the matrix break? What happened? Twitter was a powerhouse of analysis and frame-by-frame samples to search in detail for the phenomenon. However, there was no consensus and no user shouldered the issue with a worthy explanation. The image on the screen is disconcerting: what you see is a bounce off the crossbar that returns the ball with speed. But on the field, total normality, and no one goes out to look for the ball in the middle of the field.


32 minutes into the first half, the television broadcast showed that a free kick hit the post. However, a second later, the ball was in the goalkeeper's hands. Did the matrix break? What happened?


“Attention, River is going, Barco is going with the center closed... Chi-qui-to keeps the ball

,” details the match reporter on the ESPN screen,

Sebastián Vignolo

, 35 minutes into the first half , and the The image on the screen is disconcerting: what you see is a bounce off the crossbar that returns the ball with speed beyond the margins of the television.

But on the field, total normality, and no one goes out to look for the ball in the middle of the field.

Chiquito Romero

has the ball in his hands and is preparing to go out while River regroups defensively.

What happened?

A phantom hit in the superclásico, at least for the viewers who looked for explanations on social networks.

In slow motion, it's phenomenal.

When Romero is centimeters away from keeping Barco's shot, from behind and in the opposite direction an

unidentified flying object

emerges at the same height and at the same moment that the goalkeeper holds the ball, it shoots to the right of the screen .

The optical illusion is clear: the ball seems to hit the crossbar.

But like a magic trick, Romero raises his head and looks for the man most in front of him to try a counterattack that, by the way, did not come to fruition.

#CopadelaLiga CHIQUITO ROMERO OR TRAVESAÑO?

Be careful with the ghost play of the first half in the superclásico.

WHAT HAPPENED?

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With conspiracy theories, such as the recurring failure in the matrix, or humorous outings, Twitter was a powerhouse of analysis and frame-by-frame samples to search in detail for the phenomenon.

However, there was no consensus and no user shouldered the issue with a worthy explanation.

Source: clarin

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