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In Italian soccer, a player saved his team’s stay in the top flight by striking the ball with his hand.
Is it the ‘hand of God’ or the ‘bad hand’?
Find out in the top play.
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Verona and Spezia met at the Ponte Vecchio, tied on points with a relegation battle on the line.
Verona raced out to a 3-1 lead in the first half.
In the second half, they hit a crisis.
A shot over the goalkeeper’s head – ah, what is this!
A Verona player hit the ball with his hand in haste.
This is a straight red card.
He accepts the card without question.
And it’s a penalty kick for the Spaniard.
I blocked it!
Verona traded a red card for a goal.
From then on, despite being outnumbered, they desperately hold off the opposition.
In the end, they hold on for a 3-1 win and stay in the top flight.
A ‘bad hand’ for the opponent, but a ‘hand of God’ for his teammates.
The second division promotion playoffs were also dramatic.
Cagliari won the first and second leg 2-1 on aggregate thanks to a late theater goal.
The coach burst into tears when the promotion was confirmed.
What? He’s blushing.
This is Ranieri, who led Leicester City to the Premier League title in 2016.
He returned to Cagliari after 32 years to lead them to a fifth-place finish and a grueling playoff run to secure another fairytale promotion.
Even at 71 years old, the Ranieri magic is still there and the players are going crazy.
Last but not least, the American league that Messi will soon join.
Wow, a sensational goal on the tip of his toe!
No one saw that coming.
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