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Sport Video of soccer player taken away on stretcher after flop goes viral

00:51  26 october  2020
00:51  26 october  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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A video clip of a soccer player being taken away on a stretcher after a flop went viral on Sunday.

a close up of a football ball on a field: This soccer player should win an Academy Award. © Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports This soccer player should win an Academy Award.

The clip came from an Oct. 4 game between Cadiz and Granada in La Liga. Granada’s Roberto Soldado was seen grabbing Cadiz’s Ivan Alejo around the neck. Alejo then flopped and was taken away on a stretcher.

Soldado was not punished, while Alejo was still able to continue in the match despite his “injury.”

The teams tied in the match 1-1. Despite the tie, there was a winner: the internet. We all get to make fun of the ridiculous clip.

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