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An English fan bought a churipan in a Bombonera and it spread quickly for the price he paid

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This is the soupan that an English fan bought at the door of La Bombonera.

This isn’t the first time a football field has become the scene of a viral video. It has already happened with a file Marriage requestAnd Where a young woman stormed the field to surprise her footballer boyfriend; With a fan of the “Academy” who scattering his father’s ashes About the fans who attended Racing Stadium that day; or with him Touching video of a man with Parkinson’s diseaseAnd That every time he goes to encourage the “bastard” he forgets his illness and lives again.

There are hundreds of emotional stories that have been shared on social networks but none are funny and with “too silver” pedigree, as some users have described, of what happened in Preview of the Boca, Defense and Justice match, Tuesday 10th at La Bombonera.

The unusual situation was revealed by the account Tweet embed This shows the kind of food that football fans can enjoy in different stadiums around the world. Pizza, sausages, chops, hamburgers, fries and fried chicken are the daily regimen.

The tourist said he paid 600 pesos to a churiban and blew up the window
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The tourist said he paid 600 pesos to a churiban and blew up the window

But there are also other, more sophisticated and elaborate menus such as pasta with different sauces, tacos, avocado toast or sauteed with vegetables and rice.

however, A picture of an Englishman who bought a shuripan with chimichurri before entering the Buka Field went viral because of the price he paid and the memes exploded.

Choripan at Boca Juniors (BocaJrsOficial) 600 pesos (£4)”, The tweet, which in a few hours has amassed nearly 5,000 “likes” and hundreds of catchy comments, says about the exorbitant price a tourist paid for that food.

“Did they deceive you?” One user asked and the answers were not long in coming. “600 dollars for the Korean???..what do they do with the holy beef from Dubai?” , Written by @lusoivanisa.

“How is it obtained for 600 mangoes?”lujustlikelou , questioned indignantly. @_benher said that two months ago he paid $250 for Choriban. “This was imposed by the English language”, joked. For his part, @bjs_alejo2 was more critical and direct: “600 dollars? kjjj they spoiled you, and they threw yerba mate over you washed up.”

There was no shortage of mockery and accusations, and even more so because he was an English national due to rivalry with the Argentines after Diego Maradona’s “hand of God” is remembered in the quarter-finals of the World Cup in Mexico 86, where he was selected. He won the cup.

However, what caught our attention among the many funny messages was the one written by a user named @asolerno, who Doubt the account FootyScran for incorrect currency conversion.

“600 pesos = £4, I don’t think so. $150 is the official rate, there’s no way you’ll get £1 for 150 pesos given the current restrictions. He’ll likely pay 250 Argentine pesos for £1,” he said, referring to the restrictions. that controls foreign currency A choripán will cost just over £2.

As with many current events, the price of Churiban sold at “La Bombonera” also launched an unexpected Twitter crack, which not only entertained fans but also football fans from all over the world.

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