A.K.A. The Cóndor [Repeat]

A.K.A. The Cóndor [Repeat]

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What would you do for a victory?

Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro. September 3, 1989. The Chilean soccer team was playing a crucial match against Brazil to earn a spot in the Italia ‘90 World Cup. They needed a win, and Roberto Rojas, also known as The Cóndor —captain of the national team, goalkeeper and Chilean idol— was willing to do whatever it took to get it.

Find the English translation of “A.K.A. The Cóndor” here. Or check out the Spanish transcript here.


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CREDITS

PRODUCED BY
Daniel Alarcón


EDITED BY
Camila Segura and Silvia Viñas


FACT CHECKING
Ana Prieto and Cristóbal Correa


SOUND DESIGN
Andrés Azpiri


ILLUSTRATION
Samuel Castaño


COUNTRY
Chile and Brazil


SEASON 12
Episode 13


PUBLISHED ON
12/13/2022

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