Galvão Bueno pulled the ear of Flamengo and Palmeiras players after a swear word leaked in the broadcast of the Super Cup final this Sunday (11). The narrator was disgusted when he heard an athlete drop a “gonna take it in the ass” during VAR’s analysis of a possible red-black goal. “Calm down, boy. Look at the mouth there. Look at the mouth there,” he repeated.
The announcer returned to the Globo Studios, in Rio de Janeiro, after 14 months away from Globo as a prevention, since he is in the risk group of the coronavirus pandemic. He has already taken two doses of the vaccine against Covid-19, making it possible to return to work – until then he had only participated remotely in some programs of the network.
The journalist went through a tight skirt without his return in a submission from Flamengo was the target of doubts from the referees, who had to check on the video whether the ball had crossed the bottom line or not. “I have the feeling that it did not enter. When the ball does not stop, how does the VAR do?”, He asked.
The discussion in the field, however, worsened while the match referee consulted the video referee. “He stopped the game to see why the Flamengo bench complained more sharply. And so we are heading towards penalties,” he added.
Galvão was then shocked by the cursing, which was captured by the transmission team. “If the referee puts all those swearing on the score sheet, it is serious. I don’t know who spoke, but I could hear it. I only know that it is a record and may have punishment,” concluded the veteran.
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