Roberto's home team, Unión De Santa Fe, who had been leading 1-0 when he dropped by, went on to cinch the win — leading the opposing team's manager to humorously speculate that "they trained him at halftime and they put him in the second [half].”
While the theory hasn't been confirmed, one thing is certain — Roberto has it made.
"He is a good dog and people love him," a spokesperson for Unión De Santa Fe told The Dodo. "He's our team's dog. The members of the club attend to him as if it were their own."
And sometimes, visiting teams get to join in, too.