Chucky Lozano, the best man of the Mexican National Team, also has a brief and curious appearance in ‘Narcos: Mexico’.
Memo Ochoa don’t retire. You keep us alive in the Qatar 2022 World Cup, thanks to that Robert Lewandowski penalty. UP, chucky lozano He unbalanced the entire game for the Poles, affirming himself as one of the most important footballers in our country and in Italy as a member of Napoli. for some series Narcos: Mexicoof diego luna why Tenoch Bagh “Supposedly” giving him a small cameo,
This takes place in the middle of the tenth and final episode titled Life in Wartime; While DEA agent Walt Breslin (Scooter McEnery) walks the streets of Tijuana in search of Alex (Lorenzo Ferro), the camera follows him. A window covered with sheets of newspaper. That’s where the image of the Mexican soccer player appears!
This could be a fun trivia that mixes the game with one of Netflix’s most popular series, while also showing a serious mistake in the production, especially for the art team and of course, the episode’s director. , Amat Escalante (El Empire State). due to this reason ‘El Chucky’ came to the Italian team in 2019and given that new episodes of Narcos: Mexico takes place in the 90sObviously it doesn’t fit within the narrative.
Now that you know, did you see this scene the first time you saw it? Especially for the fleeting moment in which Lozano appears next to Agent Walt Breslin’s face. Narcos: Mexico was placed as the most watched series of netflix in mexicoAbove all else eternal and retired, I’m Betty, the ugly one, The Squid Game, not so with Wu, an extraordinary lawyer, one of the most watched on the streaming service.
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