Soccer team used Viagra to prepare for match

 
Soccer team used Viagra to prepare for match
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The Argentine soccer team River Plate was preparing for a match in thin air in Bolivia with aspirin, caffeine and Viagra, but to little avail. San Jose won the match in Copa Libertadores by 2-0.

The match was played in 4000 meters altitude in the mining town of Oruro in Bolivia.

River Plate, who twice has won the South American version of the Champions League, began using all legal means to prepare, but to little avail.

- Viagra is useful because it stimulates the circulation in oxygen in the blood and helps you breathe better, said club doctor Pedro Hansing to the radio station America.

It did not help the club to a potent attacking play and the home team kept a clean sheet. Angel Orue and substitute Juan Valverde scored in the last ten minutes of the match , thus it was a victory for San José in the group match.

- Substitutes gave them more speed. We kept the same pace the whole match through, which is necessary in this altitude, said River Plate coach Marcelo Gallardo.

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