The Argentine goalkeeper, who is now at River Plate, recalled that move that served to keep Atlético Nacional alive in Libertadores.
2016 was a great sporting year for Rosario Central. Even at the international level it would have been even more, if it were not for Franco Armani, who removed them from the Libertadores Cup With National Athletic.
The Argentine goalkeeper was the protagonist of a triple save rarely seen, which he remembered. “I remember that move and I will remember it for life. I will never forget that save again,” he said to Heroes of Purslane History.
And he elaborated: “I remember Montoya hitting him from outside the area and brushing the ball at a teammate. I went to one side and it was out of place, I was played. I tried to get it out as best I could to the ball and the rebound remained.”
To close, Armani analyzed: “So how can I, when Marcos Rúben jumped, I thought about getting up quickly, I did it and I got to take it out. When I took it out, I thought it had already happened, but Montoya came back, I got up again and when he kicked From the side I threw myself back and ended up grabbing it. “
The goalkeeper who is in River Plate today was key for Atlético Nacional to become champion of that edition of the Copa Libertadores in the final against Independiente del Valle.
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