The player and figure of the Argentine team seven assigned to London, showed his fanaticism for La Pulga.
The Cougars 7’s they finished the 2023 season achieving the best historical positionbehind the All Blacks, and leaving final stage champions in England. One of the members is Mark Monetawho is a figure and showed his fanaticism for soccer with a tattoo for lionel messi and a tribute to Enzo Fernández.
Marcos Moneta, the champion of Los Pumas who tattooed Messi
The wing that emerged from the San Andrés club, from the Primera B of the URBA, promised if the Argentine National Team is champion in Qatar World Cup and fulfilled it, The captain has a cup-kissing tattoo on his calf framed by a map of Argentina.
According to what he said, La Pulga is his idol and he dreams of meeting her. “Messi’s is impossible. I messaged him on Instagram. At the Olimpia award ceremony they compared me to her, two similar photos came out and I sent them to her, but she didn’t answer me. Obviously, it has a thousand messages, but When you answered me on Instagram I’m chocho“, declared Moneta in olé.
Moneta’s tribute to Enzo Fernández
Another one of the football figures he admires is Marcelo Gallardobecause Moneta is River fan. In fact, in Los Pumas play the 13 stamped on the shirt in honor of Enzo Fernándezwho he wanted to meet last weekend at the London tournament, but in the end he couldn’t.
In addition, he confirmed that he already has a ticket to see those led by Martín Demichelis against Fluminense on June 7 for the Copa Libertadores and is part of Tu lugar en el Monumental, the group of partners with priority to reserve places in the stadium.
The Pumas are champions in London
The Argentine rugby sevens team, Los Pumas ‘7, has established itself champion in the eleventh and final stage of the World Tour of discipline disputed in the city of London, England, by beating his pair of Fiji Islands, by 35-14
there, Moneta was highlighted along with Rodrigo Isgro and Luciano González in the perfect team of the yearwhere No. 5 fana is second tryman with 47 victories, three behind the leader, Samoan Vaa Apelu Maliko.
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