Argentine-born Italian striker Dani Osvaldo scored his first two goals for Boca Juniors (his fourth club in two years) in their Copa Libertadores match against Zamora. Boca were already up 3-0 when Osvaldo scored his first goal in the 69th minute, so to commemorate the occasion, he and his teammates all ran to the touchline so a member of the club’s staff could take a group photo before the match could continue.
After the game, which Osvaldo finished off with an 82nd-minute spot kick, he explained that former Roma teammate Francesco Totti’s selfie was the inspiration. And in doing so, he revealed that he doesn’t really know what a selfie is.
— Juan Arango (@JuanG_Arango) March 12, 2015
When the person taking the picture isn’t in it, it’s not a selfie, Dani. It’s just not.