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    Stefan Blanaru

    Proud of Himself: Footballer Scores Goal and Claps for Himself

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    Stefan Blanaru, a player from the Romanian club Germanstadt praised his own goal in the half-empty rostrum.

    During the match of the second division of the national championship with "Lucaferul Oradea," Blanaru scored a goal at the 80th minute. After that, he ran to the podium, stood up and began to portray a cheerful fan, inviting everyone to join him. The meeting ended with the victory of "Germanstadt" with a score of 4:0.

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