Juan Román Riquelme's Nephew Scores From Deep Inside His Own Half Against River Plate

During a distinguished playing career with Boca Juniors that included five Primera División titles and three Copa Libertadores triumphs, Argentine legend Juan Román Riquelme made a habit of destroying rival River Plate.

He loved nothing more than snatching the souls of lost Millonarios

Riquelme, now 44, has been retired for some time, but his sister's son — 18-year-old Matías Espíndola Riquelme — seems to take that same joy from doing unspeakable things to La Banda

Matías Espíndola plays for the reserve side of Club Atlético Tigre, and on Sunday he unleashed this 60-yard effort form his own half against River's reserve team.

Tigre won the match 2-0, and it was Matías who scored the first as well.

Matías, who says his uncle regularly gives him advice, has been with the Tigre setup since the age of 13 and is targeting a debut with the senior team in the Primera División.

Juan Roman Riquelme nephew

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