When Carlitos Homecomed to Where Everything Begins
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This year’s Ramadan only leaves a few days left. As usual, Muslims in Indonesia still have to wait when exactly this blessed month ends. The determination of the 1st Shawwal will only be discussed in the Isbat Session on the 29th night later.
This lack of clarity did not prevent travelers from returning to their hometowns. Train tickets have been sold out well before the last week of Ramadan. The bus terminal has begun to be filled with passengers carrying cardboard boxes for families in their villages. Vehicle density began to be seen in the main homecoming routes.
Apparently, in this month of Ramadan not only Muslims in Indonesia are going home to their hometown. An Argentine player also returned to the land where he had been brought up before wandering on European soil. Carlos Alberto Martinez Tevez is named, but he is better known as Tevez or Carlitos.
Carlitos is a sensation Boca Juniors had at the beginning of the 21st century. He debuted at the age of 16, precisely in the 2001/02 season. From 11 appearances in the Argentine League, he scored one goal. Not bad for debutants who are not even 17 years old.
Carlitos glory appeared in the following season. He was increasingly trusted by Carlos Bianchi, the current Boca coach, to play more in the Argentine League. Of his 32 appearances, he managed to score 10 goals.
Carlitos also managed to bring Boca Juniors to the Copa Libertadores 2002 championship by scoring one goal against Santos in the second leg final. Carlitos is a champion, he can bring the team he won won the title.You can get this right here without cost 먹튀.
This glory is not separated from controversy. Yes, Carlitos is a player in the bad category. His goal against Boca Juniors’ eternal rival River Plate in the 2004 Copa Libertadores semi-final took Boca to the final, but he did not play in the final due to a ridiculous red card. This action he did because throughout the game River only played like a chicken, only survived. Finally Boca lost on penalties in the final against Once Caldas.