The Peruvian mimics Australia goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne’s ‘dance’ during the game and causes a stir

The Peruvian mimics Australia goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne’s ‘dance’ during the game and causes a stir

After Peru was banned from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Australian goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne’s name is remembered by all Peruvians for his special way of stopping on penalties and he was able to stop the shots of Luis Advíncula and Alex Walera.

Although questioned by some footballers and journalists, the Oceanic goalkeeper’s “strategy” has caused a stir that it is already being emulated as a mockery in some neighborhood games.

In the last few hours, a video has gone viral on the TikTok account, in which a Peruvian is spotted performing the Australian goalkeeper’s peculiar moves to avoid hurting his goal. The incident happened after the game on a sports plate Peru vs Australia.

Check out the impersonation of goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne

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YOU CAN SEE: The Chilean press cataloged Redmayne as a “Histrionic goalkeeper” after eliminating Peru from Qatar in 2022

The Peruvian team did not know Andrew Redmayne

In a recent interview, Diego Penny said he spoke to André Carrillo and told him they knew nothing about 33-year-old goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne.

“Yesterday (Tuesday) I spoke to André Carrillo on his birthday and he told me that they practiced penalties but that they didn’t know anything about the goalkeeper (Andrew Redmayne). The technical command always fills you with information. Maybe they missed this situation this time,” the ‘Dragonfly’ told RPP.