Dog named Wolf stops Mouse from scoring

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Lets take a journey to the fourth tier of Brazilian football, to a crucial rivalry match between two Paraense sides - Paysandu and Remo.

It's a tense affair, neither wants to lose this top of the table clash in the Para State League.

With the game deadlocked at 0-0, Remo midfielder Ratinho (translation - Mouse) broke through on goal - a chance to steal a crucial goal away from home.

But Ratinho was foiled by a dog, a dog named wolf. You couldn't make it up, it reads like a Brazilian budget version of Wind in the Willows.

Well, according to Portuguese newspaper A Bola, Wolf darted onto the pitch and made a bee-line for the ball.

But in the process he stopped Remo's attack, allowing Paysandu defenders to clear.

No doubt Wolf is a local hero in Belem, the northern Brazilian city that also serves as the capital of the state of Pará.

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