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Brazilian Soccer Player Pulls A Gramatica [VIDEO]

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Imagine you are 19 and you play professional soccer. You are playing in your first match and you score your first goal. It would be pretty exciting, right? I would think so.

Internacional striker Murices, had the exact same scenario happen to him in Brazil yesterday and the excitement proved to be too much.

Maurides got so excited by scoring his first goal, he did a back hand spring and didn’t stick the landing. He sprained his knee and had to be taken out of the match. Think he will try that again?

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This also brings back memories of Bill Gramatica. Remember when he blew out his ACL celebrating after making a field goal? Yes, yes he did.

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