Mauricio Pinilla, Coquimbo Unido striker and former University of Chile, used his social networks to refer to the result of the entry Plebiscite for a New Constitution.

The ‘pirate’ scorer, through various messages on his Twitter account, celebrated the triumph of the Approval and took the opportunity to briefly criticize the politicians of our country.

“Long live Chile shit,” Pinilla first wrote. “The most important thing today is that all Chile knows that politics is the poison of Chile #Chilevive”added the forward.

Then, he conducted a curious survey among his followers, asking that “if someone believes that tomorrow he will wake up rich and without problems, Vote yes or no” (sic).

Finally, Pinilla spoke again about the result of the Plebiscite: “If some believe they lost, I will let them know that we won millions and, even if they are against it, they will live with us.”