This furry pup just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Or the wrong place at the wrong time depending on which team you are voting for.
During a soccer match between Argentinian teams Juventud Unida and Defensores de Belgrano a roaming dog stopped a goal. Many are saying the dog has mad skills and should be signed immediately, but we're thinking it was more the ball hit the dog, than the dog stopped the ball.
We could be wrong and maybe this pooch has a career in soccer coming its way.
Ataja mejor que arqueros profesionales jajaja ! #BuenMartes https://t.co/pxDX7s4MJl— Fútbol Táctico (@Fútbol Táctico)1543925877.0
Fans certainly got a doggone kick out of it.
@PasionFutbol860 @sinow Here's your 2018 Athlete of the Year.— Tim Masterson! (@Tim Masterson!)1543945947.0
@PasionFutbol860 The new team mascot?— Robert Brennan (@Robert Brennan)1544037226.0
@PasionFutbol860 Jordan Pickford watching this asking why couldn't that dog have been at Anfield on Sunday— Josh Margolis (@Josh Margolis)1543946850.0
@PasionFutbol860 Love that dog!— Pray for Miracles (@Pray for Miracles)1543976596.0
@PasionFutbol860 lol it's almost like it's CGI— MrMiyagi (@MrMiyagi)1544037048.0
@MayaAntoine3 @PasionFutbol860 they should hire him— renée (@renée)1544015163.0
@naeavril @PasionFutbol860 😂 best goal keeper in the world https://t.co/eRnPlKFpOq— Maya Antoine (@Maya Antoine)1544014545.0
@PasionFutbol860 The dog has a Pasión for Fútbol— Diccon Hyatt (@Diccon Hyatt)1543939705.0
@PasionFutbol860 That dog should be the MVP of the league— John Pentecost (@John Pentecost)1543944649.0
Now get that dog a well earned pint of kibble!