Good dog! Pooch proves goalkeeper's best friend in Argentina

Jordan Pickford may be dogged for a while by his howler that led to Liverpool's late winner against Everton, but he might've avoided getting hit by the papers if he had a

Jordan Pickford may be dogged for a while by his howler that led to Liverpool's late winner against Everton, but he might've avoided getting hit by the papers if he had a best friend like the one that turned up far away in South America on Sunday.

In a match between Argentine third-division sides, Juventud Unida de Gualeguaychu led 3-0 at home against Defensores de Belgrano de Villa Ramallo and looked set to extend their lead when the Belgrano goalkeeper's clearance attempt banged off a Juventud player and headed right for the back of net. But -- out for a walk, maybe? -- this pooch came to the rescue and cleared the ball off the line.

More goalkeeping heroics from dogs in South America 🐶

In Argentina's third tier Juventud Unida de Gualeguaychú were denied another certain goal in their weekend win over Defensores de Belgrano de Villa Ramallo

🎥 via @PasionFutbol860pic.twitter.com/57GYMJV4jQ

— Peter Coates (@golazoargentino) December 4, 2018

It's taken all we had to wait this long to call the dog Gianluigi Woof-on, and now that we have, we feel shame.

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