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Jonathan Fabbro Scores Amazing Goal In Copa Libertadores Finals

The above goal by the Argentine Jonathan Fabrro was certainly a beauty of a score, but it wasn’t enough to help his team Cerro Porteño (Paraguay) overcome Santos F.C. (Brazil) in the semifinals of the Copa Libertadores. Still, that goal is pretty as hell, isn’t it? Fabbro recovered the ball from a teammate’s sliding tackle, beat two defenders with some impressive footwork, and blasted a long bomb from about 35 yards out that went just under the crossbar. Fabbro’s goal tied the score at 3-3 with nine minutes to go in the match, but because Santos won the first leg by a score of 1-0, Cerro Porteño ended up losing by an aggregate score of 4-3.

Of course, if it hadn’t been for Cerro Porteño’s sad excuse of a goalkeeper, it might have been the Paraguayan club that would have been disputing the Copa Libertadores finals instead of the Brazilians. One of the three goals scored by Santos was really just keeper Diego Barreto failing at his job. Check the video below to see what we mean:

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