Irkham Milla, the Message Behind the Blindfold Celebration

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“What is the reason for Roberto Firmino to do the same.”

1NEWS – Persija Jakarta failed to maximize their advantage. The Kemayoran Tigers had to settle for a 1-1 draw against PSS Sleman at the Pakansari Stadium, Cibinong, Bogor, Sunday (5/9/2021) night.

Angelo Alessio’s team took the lead thanks to Yann Motta’s goal in the first half. However, Persija’s advantage was rewarded in the second half through Irkham Zahrul Milla’s rebound.

Most highlighting is the celebration of the blindfold on the 23-year-old player. The winger who was born in Tegal, May 2, 1998, did it when he was highlighted by the camera.

The exact reason for the Persekat Tegal dropout is not yet known, after breaking into Andritany Ardhiyasa’s goal.

Irkham’s action to celebrate with one eye is believed to follow the message of a number of other players, both at the domestic and foreign levels.

In the Indonesian competition, actions such as Irkham were first carried out by Arema midfielder, Muhammad Rafli, when he became the hero of Singo Edan against PSM Makassar at the Kanjuruhan Stadium, Wednesday (2/10/2019).

Rafli maximized a golden opportunity when he replaced Dedik Setiawan, until Singo Edan won 2-0. “I celebrate like that for people who like to look with one eye without seeing their efforts,” said Rafli at the time. “I just wanted to let people know so they don’t judge other people.”

It turns out that such an action was first introduced by Liverpool striker, Roberto Firmino. This Brazilian passport player did it because he wanted to give a message after he suffered an eye injury.

(yuli ardianto/yul)

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