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‘Sterling diver’, social revolt against England penalty


“Sterling Diver”. The penalty that allowed England to beat Denmark and fly to the final at Euro 2020 is debatable, to put it mildly. Fans from all over the world of football, excluding England, contest the decision of referee Makkelie and point the finger at the attacker’s plunge: Sterling jumped in, it is the final verdict. As if that weren’t enough, the offending action is also vitiated by the presence of another ball on the pitch. In short, there is enough to push many fans – not only Italians – to denounce the favorable treatment reserved for the National Three Lions, which will close the tournament within the friendly walls of Wembley, where he played all the matches except the quarterfinals. of final won in Rome against Ukraine. On social media, photos and videos of the most contested episode abound on the profiles of users of all nationalities. There is no shortage of accusations against the president of UEFA, Aleksander Ceferin: there are those who imagine obscure maneuvers related to the Super League, abandoned by the English clubs, and bet on a particular feeling between UEFA and England. All summarized in the hashtag #CeferinOut that reappears. Read also The so-called ‘pundits’, the experts of English TV, also end up in the crosshairs of the tweets. In the front row is Gary Lineker, former footballer and now face of the BBC: a few days ago, like Alan Shearer, he did not exist to ironically stigmatize Ciro Immobile’s ‘scene’ in the match won by Italy with Belgium. The Lazio striker fell to the ground in the opponent’s area claiming a penalty, only to miraculously get up when Barella scored a few seconds later. “Don’t you say anything about Sterling?”, The question that thousands of people now ask Lineker. “I don’t want to hear any more simulation accusations to other players”, reads another message, which questions the alleged ‘moral superiority ‘of English football compared to Latin crafty men.



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