Boca Juniors celebrate Dani Osvaldo’s first goal with group photo
March 12, 2015
Argentine-born Italian striker Dani Osvaldo scored his first two goals for Boca Juniors (his fourth club in two years) in their Copa Libertadores match against Zamora. Boca were already up 3–0 when Osvaldo scored his first goal in the 69th minute, so to commemorate the occasion, he and his teammates all ran to the touchline so a member of the club’s staff could take a group photo before the match could continue.
After the game, which Osvaldo finished off with an 82nd-minute spot kick, he explained that former Roma teammate Francesco Totti’s selfie was the inspiration. And in doing so, he revealed that he doesn’t really know what a selfie is.
Osvaldo: "I went online with @pichyerbes and found Totti's selfie on YouTube. We decided to do a group selfie." #BocaJuniors
— Juan Arango (@JuanG_Arango) March 12, 2015
When the person taking the picture isn’t in it, it’s not a selfie, Dani. It’s just not.