Video. “Cacho” Larín admitted he nearly got into a fight with Enrico Dueñas

what is the reason? The left-handed told why he almost turned to his teammate, after the loss in Panama. “I got myself under control,” he said, “otherwise I’d let her go.”

Alexandre Larrain, a Celica player who plays for Guatemala Communications, made a confession on the podcast Azul y Blanco and it spread on social networks.

The player said that after the match that El Salvador lost to Panama, 1-0 at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez (on November 16, for the octagonal CONCACAF), he was about to attack his teammate Enrico Dueñas.

“It was because of a gesture he made: he took off his shirt and threw it on the floor,” the left-back explained. He added, “The truth is that I got myself under control, because if it wasn’t, I would kill him (smiles)”.

Selecta’s squad against Mexico at the Concacaf Octagonal Final at Cuscatlán. Photo HRE / Jonatan Funes

“Cacho” Laren noted that he was very upset when he confronted the Dutch-born midfielder about this situation: “I told the teacher, ‘Translate everything I’m going to say to him.’ Then he (Enrico) apologized.”

Larren was clear: “If he did that in another generation (throws the Selecta shirt away), you know they’re sending him there. I got myself under control and almost fended him, that’s why.”

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The left-handed confirmed: “I experienced the good, the bad and the ugly with the national team, I slept in the airports. Seeing that put me on and we lost more. I controlled myself, the teacher told me I did the right thing. But yeah, the first and last time He does that, or else I will overtake him next time and I will smash him.”

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