Emiliano Martinez: Argentina’s Goalkeeper Allegedly Buys A Dog Worth £20,000 To Protect His World Cup Medal

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Argentina’s goalie, Emiliano Martinez, is reportedly spending £20,000 on a guard dog to aggressively protect his World Cup title gold.
The 30-year-old was important in Argentina’s World Cup victory, making a key stop with seconds left that could have handed France the lead.

During penalty shootouts, he also made a fantastic save, and Aurelien Tchouameni’s failed shot was most likely because to his intimidating personality.
Since his heroics and subsequent World Cup victory, Martinez has been chastised for a variety of questionable celebration-related activities.

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Martinez, on the other hand, has guarded his Midlands home with a scary canine bodyguard to guarantee that his victory medal is safe at all times.

According to the Daily Star, the Golden Gloves winner spent £20,000 on a highly trained Belgian Malinois. According to the English-language media source, the dog was used in battle by the US Navy Seals and the SAS, and it can weigh up to 30 kg.

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