28 thoughts on “Blind Soccer Player Goes for Gold With Argentine Team | NBC Left Field

  1. i fell and ruptured my eye's four year's ago. i was totally blind. but i got used to getting back in action.
    i had laser eye surgery and it was a success.

  2. Mucha fuerza y valor el que tiene que tener uno para ir más allá de una etiqueta de "discapacidad"…

  3. Increíble historia … reflexión en este cortometraje , la Fe, fuerza y voluntad de David y familia !

  4. "Maybe we are the disabled ones, because we have everything but we can't see it."

    This breaks my heart. The human condition is a baffling thing.

  5. This is an inspiring story but who tries to disable a grenade with a nail and a hammer and why would you do it close to another person?. Just asking what was going on.

  6. Step up in the front with a made up mind, God is watching out for you. He will teach you how to win, but it may not be with your fist but your mind. Let Him, You will never be the same.

  7. You are a hero and should be treated as such! It is amazing what a person can do if they have faith and family. God Bless you, my Friend.💝. You give people hope. Right now the world needs it.

  8. HIJO QUE ORGULLO PARA TO-DO EL MUNDO. SU FAMILIA SUFRIO DOBLE. YO PERDI UN HIJO CON 39 ANOS MI Y CAPAZ INTELIGENTE GENIAL. NUNCA SE RECUPERA UNO. MI ABRAZO FUERTE PARA EL Y SU FAM IS. CON AMOR. FL USA

  9. Go ahead and set me up for social security fraud my sister has already turned my family against me she's protecting Daniel this is exactly what is and has been going on since the Desert Hot Springs since 2009 they are telling lies and watching my every move and messing things up now where I'm at they want me locked up or thrown in a mental hospital

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  10. Not gonna lie, when I saw the thumbnail I thought this was a parody making fun of Argentina’s national team.

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