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Saturday, 22 September 2018

Gervinho 'super goal' brings crowd to its feet


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Gervinho has received a standing ovation for a stunning goal and another when he was substituted as he helped Parma beat Cagliari 2-0 in Italy's Serie A.

Gervinho scored his side's second two minutes after the break

The 31-year-old sprinted 70 yards from deep inside his own half, beating the attempted tackles of three defenders, before firing in off the near post.

"I don't know if it's my best goal, I have scored so many of them," the former Arsenal and Roma player joked.

"I'm happy to be here and to have come back to Italy. I'm happy at Parma and I've been welcomed here really well by the fans even though I don't consider myself the star man. We need everyone."

https://twitter.com/1913parmacalcio/status/1043510041964433416

After his second goal since he returned to Serie A after more than two years in China, Gervinho was embraced by all of his teammates and given a standing ovation by fans at Stadio Tardini.

"I haven't seen a goal like that for years," Parma coach Roberto D'Aversa said.

Roberto Inglese scored Parma's opener in the 20th minute after the ball ricocheted off the goalkeeper's chest and Inglese's face.

Inter left it late midweek to snatch victory against Tottenham in the Champions League and they left it even later to beat Sampdoria 1-0.

Marcelo Brozovic scored in the fourth minute of stoppage time after three goals were ruled out by the video assistant referee (VAR).

https://twitter.com/GervinhOfficial/status/1043548211355496448

Radja Nainggolan thought he fired Inter in front on the stroke of halftime but it was ruled out after the VAR spotted Mauro Icardi was offside in the build-up, blocking goalkeeper Emil Audero's view.

Inter had a second goal ruled out three minutes from time as the ball went out of play before Kwadwo Asamoah's strike.

Moments later, Gregoire Defrel's goal was ruled out for offside, with the Sampdoria forward having the added disappointment of being booked for taking his shirt off in celebration.

Brozovic then controlled Ivan Perisic's cross on his chest before firing it in from a tight angle.

Inter coach Luciano Spalletti was sent off for his celebrations as his side went seventh.

https://twitter.com/SerieA/status/1043503305203232768

"I turned towards the television camera to shout, 'Goal!' and the fourth official told me I had done so with too much impetus," Spalletti said.

"But it was such an important goal, like a sort of liberation."

Gervinho has received a standing ovation for a stunning goal and another when he was substituted as he helped Parma beat Cagliari 2-0 in Italy's Serie A.

Gervinho scored his side's second two minutes after the break

The 31-year-old sprinted 70 yards from deep inside his own half, beating the attempted tackles of three defenders, before firing in off the near post.

"I don't know if it's my best goal, I have scored so many of them," the former Arsenal and Roma player joked.

"I'm happy to be here and to have come back to Italy. I'm happy at Parma and I've been welcomed here really well by the fans even though I don't consider myself the star man. We need everyone."

https://twitter.com/1913parmacalcio/status/1043510041964433416

After his second goal since he returned to Serie A after more than two years in China, Gervinho was embraced by all of his teammates and given a standing ovation by fans at Stadio Tardini.

"I haven't seen a goal like that for years," Parma coach Roberto D'Aversa said.

Roberto Inglese scored Parma's opener in the 20th minute after the ball ricocheted off the goalkeeper's chest and Inglese's face.

Inter left it late midweek to snatch victory against Tottenham in the Champions League and they left it even later to beat Sampdoria 1-0.

Marcelo Brozovic scored in the fourth minute of stoppage time after three goals were ruled out by the video assistant referee (VAR).

https://twitter.com/GervinhOfficial/status/1043548211355496448

Radja Nainggolan thought he fired Inter in front on the stroke of halftime but it was ruled out after the VAR spotted Mauro Icardi was offside in the build-up, blocking goalkeeper Emil Audero's view.

Inter had a second goal ruled out three minutes from time as the ball went out of play before Kwadwo Asamoah's strike.

Moments later, Gregoire Defrel's goal was ruled out for offside, with the Sampdoria forward having the added disappointment of being booked for taking his shirt off in celebration.

Brozovic then controlled Ivan Perisic's cross on his chest before firing it in from a tight angle.

Inter coach Luciano Spalletti was sent off for his celebrations as his side went seventh.

https://twitter.com/SerieA/status/1043503305203232768

"I turned towards the television camera to shout, 'Goal!' and the fourth official told me I had done so with too much impetus," Spalletti said.

"But it was such an important goal, like a sort of liberation."

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