Argentine defender Federico Allende admits to poke the enemy with a needle

Argentine fourth division player faces the bed after openly bragging that he jabbed the opponent with a needle during a Cup shock win against top-tier side Estudiantes.

Federico Allende, who plays for sport club pacifico in the championship of the Federal b, he said he was inspired by former Argentina coach Carlos Bilardo, who is reputed to be meted out such treatment to the opponents in your game.

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Allende was marking Estudiantes forward Juan Otero for most of Argentina’s match of the Spanish Cup in which the club won 3-2, and said that he bites the opponent multiple times.

“I had to turn to the great Bilardo,” Allende said in an interview with radio. “The poor guy [Otero], he made him the head. But what do you want from me? We know that we were supposed to make the game dirty, because a top-division players do not like. He must have hated me, but that’s football.”

Otero confirmed that he was poked four times and that he told the referee, who took no action. “I know it was the game of his life, but it’s still just a football match,” he said.

However, the President Pacifico, Hector Moncada, said that the behavior of Allende eclipsed the famous victory of his team and he will recommend dismissal of the player. “We are shocked, it put a damper on the work of the team,” he said.

Bilardo, who himself was part of the successful team Estudiantes in the late 1960s, years coached Argentina to victory in the world Cup in 1986 and runners-up spot four years later.