Monday, 19 June 2017

Milan Supporters Throw Fake Money At Goalkeeper Donnarumma

AC Milan fans have traveled down to Poland to throw money at Gianluigi Donnarumma, who's playing for Italy at the U21 Euros.
The 18-year-old goalkeeper has decided not to renew his contract at San Siro - which expires at the end of next season as he wants more money.
And now the goalie faced the backlash of angry supporters who have greeted the latest news with a torrent of anger and the throwing of fake wads of cash.
Wads of fake money were thrown at AC Milan's wantaway goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma

As Donnarumma was keeping goal during the Azzurri's clash with Denmark in Krakow, fans behind the net began throwing heaps of fake money onto the pitch, spilling into the goal of the young 'keeper while the match was still in play.

Chants also began to break out on the terraces, with fans expressing their displeasure that the homegrown star may be willing to turn his back on the club who had raised him.
A band erected in the stand behind the Italy goal simply read 'Dollarumma'

A banner erected in the stands simply read, 'Dollarumma,' with fans convinced that the youngster is seeking to leave Milan in favour of a bigger payout.
Fans had thrown the fake cash to vent their anger after Donnarummi said he will leave Milan
A ball boy was tasked with scooping up and removing all the fake cash from the goalmouth
Once the debris aimed at Donnarumma in the match had been cleared, the young Italian side went on to triumph with a convincing 2-0 scoreline.

Striker Lorenzo Pellegrini opened the scoring with a sublime scissor-kick effort with 54 minutes on the clock, before Andrea Petagna shored up the victory four minutes from time by slotting the ball home from close range.

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