Ciro Immobile ‘Came Back To Life’ After Seeing Nicolo Barella’s Goal And Fans Are Suspicious


Italy forward Ciro Immobile ‘came back to life’ after Nicolo Barella opened the scoring in their Euro 2020 clash with Belgium.

Roberto Mancini’s side took the lead in the 31st minute after Barella danced through the Belgian defence before firing home.

In his path was teammate Immobile, was was down in what looked like a considerable amount of pain.

Seconds later however, the Lazio man was up on his feet and he made a miraculous recovery.

Injured Italian player suddenly recovers when Italy scores #Euro2021

— Don Moynihan (@donmoyn) July 2, 2021

Nicolò Barella puts Italy ahead with this fine strike 🎯#BEL 0-1 #ITA

📺 Watch live: #euro2020

— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) July 2, 2021

Fans noticed how quickly Immobile was back on his feet and they’re doubting he was seriously injured in the first place.


Immobile during Barella’s goal

— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) July 2, 2021

Immobile after Barella scored 🤣 #BELITA

— ⚽️442oons⚽️ (@442oons) July 2, 2021

Actual footage of Immobile almost dying on the pitch but realizing Barella scored

— FPL_Pig (@pig_fpl) July 2, 2021

He went from immobile to mobile in a blink of a second

— ranny (@ranny_ft) July 2, 2021

Immobile sprang right back up then I notice….. #BELITA

— Brian Harris (@harrisimo) July 2, 2021

Hahaha at Immobile getting up once the goal went in

— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) July 2, 2021

Ciro Immobile recovering from ‘injury’ as soon as Italy score and running off to celebrate is just sensational sh*thousery.

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 2, 2021

Italy doubled their lead moments later after an incredible solo effort from Lorenzo Insigne.

He cut inside and left Youri Tielemans trailing, before bending in a tremendous effort past Thibaut Courtois.

Despite going 2-0 up, Belgium did find a way back into the game via a Romelu Lukaku penalty.

Giovanni Di Lorenzo shoved teenager Jeremy Doku to the ground and Lukaku hammered home his fourth goal of the tournament.



Lorenzo Insigne with a special goal.

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— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) July 2, 2021

This evening’s winner will clash with Spain, who defeated Switzerland earlier today, at Wembley on Tuesday evening.

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