Luis Díaz Scores a Goal In La Guajira And There Is An Invasion Of Followers – International Soccer – Sports

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Luis Diaz provokes an invasion.

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Luis Díaz causes invasion.

The Liverpool player scored in a game played in La Guajira.

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June 18, 2022, 02:58 PM

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Pedro Pablo Romero June 18, 2022, 02:58 PM

Colombian soccer player Luis Díaz is all the rage during his vacations in Colombia. The player has not only had time to rest, but to play one or another game.

Chaos for Diaz

The Liverpool footballer was present on Friday at a match in La Guajira, for the opening of the remodeled Federico Serrano Soto de Rioacha stadium, where there was a party to watch the Colombian crack play, with the presence of other football figures.

However, it all got out of control when Luis Diaz scored a goal and fans, big and small, swarmed the pitch to run and hug him. After the invasion, the match was terminated.

“The game was a meeting of great football figures who have become an inspiration and role model for many children and young people from Guajiro, who received special recognition from the district administration, with the aim of highlighting their triumphs and important legacy,” said Mayor José Ramiro Bermúdez.

The Serrano Soto is the highest soccer venue in the department of La Guajira.

This happened yesterday in Riohacha, La Guajira: Luis Díaz’s goal in the reopening of the stadium and people invaded the field. The police could not do anything. Here they took it folkloric.

I, from Liverpool, no longer allow my player of 100 million to continue acting in these conditions pic.twitter.com/997kJSh7rr

— Roman Gomez (@RomanGomez) June 18, 2022

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