Dragon Ball


Gabonese striker Pierre Aubameyang of Barcelona starred in the La Liga Clasico
by scoring two goals and making the third in Barca’s 4-0 victory over Real Madrid, in the Clasico that brought them together yesterday evening, Sunday, at the “Santiago Bernabeu”, in the 29th round of the Spanish League competition.

The Gabonese striker strangely celebrated his second goal, as he got a ball from a fan and put it on his face before returning it to the fan.

The celebration of the Gabonese striker comes with a famous cartoon series “Dragon Ball”, which is called Dragon Ball, a well-known Japanese series dubbed in Arabic for teenage age groups.

“It’s a special evening, but most of all it’s great for the whole team,” Aubameyang told Barcelona’s official channel after the match. “We are very happy because we won here, it’s not an easy pitch.”

He added about his second goal, “I knew I wasn’t offside, and I played until the end. I was a bit afraid because I received the ball a lot, but in the end, it was a great goal and Ferran’s pass as well.”

Speaking about his celebration of the ball, he said, “It was the Dragon Ball. I scored this goal for my grandparents and my family, and from here the celebration came.”

Hello from the finished player 🔵🔴
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— AUBA⚡️ (@Auba) March 21, 2022

Gabonese Pierre Emeric Aubameyang succeeded in achieving a unique achievement in the history of the Clasico matches after he scored two goals in the Barca quartet against his traditional rivals Real Madrid in the Clasico that was held at the “Santiago Bernabeu”, in the 29th round of the Spanish League competition, so the result is progress Barca 4-0.

The Opta Network for Numbers and Statistics reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the first player to directly participate in three goals in his first appearance in the Clasico in all competitions in the twenty-first century (two goals and an assist).

The network indicated that Aubameyang scored in his last five meetings against Real Madrid, as he managed to score six goals, and became the first player to score a goal in five consecutive matches against Real Madrid in all competitions in the twenty-first century.

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