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“Argentine and proud,” Depo Martinez posted after winning The Best

“Argentine and proud,” Depo Martinez posted after winning The Best

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Emiliano Martinez, winner of the 2022 Best Goalkeeper award, uploaded a post on his social networks, after receiving the FIFA award.

The goalkeeper of the Argentine national team uploaded a post on his social networking sites, after receiving the FIFA award, in addition to congratulating him from various places.Twitter Depo Martinez

With a picture of him with the cup and just two words: “Argentinian and proud”And wrote the hero Guadavallas in the 2022 World Cup.

Thank you @emimartinezz1 for defending our team’s goal and infecting the rest of the team with a winning mentality and unparalleled safety

In the fields, in the pastures and in the squares all over the world, there are boys and girls playing Dibu.

You are # the best my brother. ” That was the message from AFC President Claudio Tapia about Depo.

While Independiente also welcomed the player who came out of the red quarry: The best in the world? From the Pepé School.

Congratulations @emimartinezz1! ❤️

#AllRed 🔴 “

Martinez, 30, from Mar del Plata, became an idol for the Albiceleste by starring in the Copa América, Argentina’s first major title since 1993. There, he excelled in the penalty shootout in the semifinals against Colombia and became a legend.

After migrating to Aston Villa – from English Arsenal -, where he established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the English Premier League, he won the final against Italy and the 2022 World Cup, where he played a key role in the penalty shootouts against the Netherlands (quarter-finals) and France (final).

In addition, in the Middle East he made important saves in the last minutes against Australia and France, making a leg save against Randall Kolo Mwani notably after 120 minutes of the epic final against France.

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By claiming the Goalkeeper of the Year award, Emiliano Martínez caps off a dream year, once again touching the sky with his gloves.