Immediately after the rude gesture, the attacker made amends and apologized: “I have no idea why I did that, I’m sorry.”
What happened in the Segunda División of Spanish football is sensational. Last Monday afternoon, Real Zaragoza striker Victor Mollejo took center stage by scoring the goal that sealed his team’s victory. So far, so good, then the scene: When he reached the flag, he cheered by repeatedly touching his genitals. A vulgar celebration that did not go unpunished by the authorities. Despite the player’s timely apology “I apologize to anyone who was offended and I would like to say that I am sorry. My actions disrespect the education I was given and now I callously have no idea why I did it.” La Liga has opened a file to warn him. Mollejo will most likely have to serve a nice disqualification.