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Tremendous slip: Jorge Barril and Vito De Palma’s ‘blooper’ for a ‘phantom goal’ | VIDEO

He had already screamed three goals from Inter Milan and also screamed a fourth goal, this time from Rome. However, that last goal never happened. On Saturday night at the Olympic Stadium, Jorge Barril and Vito De Palma starred in a ‘blooper’ that in a matter of minutes became viral.

On the 36th minute of the second half, Nicolo Zaniolo shot from outside the area and forced Samir Handanovic, the ‘Nerazzurri’ goalkeeper, to stretch. It was a situation of enormous danger, but in the first impression, the reporter of the clash for the ESPN network was a goal.

“Roma goal. What a goal. Golazo. A great goal by Zaniolo and again the ‘law of the ex’. Very good definition “said Barril, with the effusiveness that he is known for. De Palma stated: “… and breaks a streak of thirteen games without being able to score, Zaniolo, I repeat, you have to be patient with him ”. Until then, neither of them had noticed.

Already with the repetitions, Barril and De Palma realized that the ball, in reality, had not gotten into the Inter Milan goal, but had fallen on the outside of the goal. Of course, it was too late and the mistake was consummated.

How was Inter vs. Rome?

Milan, undoubtedly against bottom La Salernitana (2-0), and Inter, in ‘demonstration mode’ against Roma (3-0), put pressure on Napoli, now third and who need to win this Saturday at Atalanta (4th) to regain the lead.

With Inter unbeaten for eleven games, coach Simone Inzaghi taught his former coach – precisely at Inter – Jose Mourinho, whose Roma was completely overwhelmed.

Hakan Calhanoglu opened the scoring with a direct free kick (15 ′) and then offered the second to the star of the night Edin Dzeko (24 ′), received at the Olímpico, where he played for six years, with some whistles and a banner of recognition: ‘119 times thank you, Edin’, in reference to the goals he achieved at the club.

The Bosnian striker, who did not celebrate his goal, touched the double, but it was the Dutch Denzel Dumfries who scored his first goal with the ‘Nerazzurri’ shirt (39 ′)


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