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Emiliano Martínez made a big mistake in Manchester United’s first goal against Aston Villa in Saturday’s 2-2 draw in the Premier League.
The goalkeeper got a shot under the legs that Bruno Fernandes did and that he alleged that it had been because he had no vision because Edinson Cavani was covering his vision, but he had been in an enabled position. Despite the error, Steve Gerrard made a gesture of support for the Argentine goalkeeper on social networks.
The former Rangers English coach posted a photo on his Instagram account where one of his sons appears, dressed in the goalkeeper uniform and the Aston Villa number. Accompanied by the image, the former Liverpool tagged Martínez and placed a blue heart and an emoji of a face.
“How good that goalkeeper looks,” answered the champion of America with Argentina by way of thanks.
After the error, Martínez was the protagonist of several stops and responsible for keeping the score closed. In the last 10 minutes, his team tied the score 2-2 and the Argentine goalkeeper could not stand it and celebrated with the fans behind his goal.
Aston Villa is in thirteenth position in the Premier League table and has three losses, one win and one draw in its last English league games.
Steven Gerrard’s team will seek to continue adding positions in the table and for this they have incorporated two luxury reinforcements such as left-back Lucas Digne and midfielder Philippe Coutinho.
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