Really? You live in a country were drug gang executions are a daily occurrence and you think it’s cute to re-enact one to celebrate scoring a goal in a soccer game? Maybe Chad Ochocinco should celebrate a touchdown by pretending to be a plane and flying into two teammates acting as New York skyscrapers?
Here’s the basics of the story from the LA Times (video below):
Did a Mexican pro soccer player cross a line when he celebrated a goal by pretending to shoot a fellow teammate in the head? That’s how Guadalajara star Marco Fabian marked his first of three goals on Saturday in the Chivas’ 5-2 win over crosstown squad Estudiantes Tecos. He stopped before teammate Alberto Medina, patient pointed his finger and mimicked the cocking of a pistol, and then “fired” at Medina, who played along by falling back onto the turf as if executed by a gunshot to the head.