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Darek Formella, the Sacramento Republic footballer who played during their 2-1 win over RGV Toros on Sunday. 3 hours before the match, Darek Formella heard his father passed away. He didn’t tell his team-mates and played the match and played the match It would have been completely understandable for Formella to pull himself out of the game, but he kept the situation under wraps and proceeded to play his heart out for Sacramento. It was at that point that the emotions of his father’s passing really hit home, prompting an unscripted celebration that saw him break down in tears on the pitch.
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3 hours before the match, @darekformella9 heard his father passed away. He didn’t tell his team-mates, and played the match
His reaction after scoring the winner says it all ❤pic.twitter.com/54UCUTVrMm
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There is also a moment where Formella appears to tell a shocked teammate during the celebration.
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Darek Formella age is 23 years
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Darek Formella Emotional winning goal
It was at that point that the emotions of his father’s passing really hit home, prompting an unscripted celebration that saw him break down in tears on the pitch. And with the game locked at 1-1 going into the final 10 minutes, the Pole fired home the winning goal with a fine finish into the roof of the net.
Darek Formella Tweet About Her Father
Darek Formella wrote a tweet Twitter: “The last couple of weeks was very tough for me and my family. My father was struggling with cancer. Three hours before the game, I found out that my dad had passed away.
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“I tried not to show to anyone that something wrong was happening, keep focused on the game and do my job as good as I can, but after I scored I couldn’t keep my emotion and just started crying.
“I’m in Poland right now and I will miss the next game against Energy FC, but I will come back after this game and be ready to give everything that I have for Sac to the rest of the season!” I
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