- Filippo Perucchini scores against his team in a Serie B match with Palermo
- The goalkeeper could not clear a back pass properly from his defender
- Fans went on social media to make fun of the Ascoli number one woes
Italian second division goalkeeper Filippo Perucchini scored a bizarre own goal when his team Ascoli met Palermo in a Serie B match.
The shot-stopper made an hilarious blunder when he found himself kicking the ball into the back of his own net.
Perucchini received a back-pass from his center-back Nahuel Valentini that went across goal before he was pressured by Palermo striker Stefano Moreo.
As he tried to turn comically, the AC Milan youth academy product ended up playing the ball into his own net.
The goalie fell on his knees looking stunned with his hands in his head in disbelief at the horrible mistake.
And fans went on Twitter to give classic responses, with many of them referencing EA Sports video game FIFA.
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Dave Orbit said: "When your finger slips playing Fifa."
Another user added: "Well... that’s like watching a 5 year old play FIFA for the first time."
Shabab Hossain joined in and tweeted: "When you’re playing FIFA and you take control of the opposition team."
There were a few references to previous goalkeeping shockers, including Loris Karius while others simply found it hilarious, understandably so.
Pio McDevitt said: "When did Karius sign for them??"
Twitter user @Roomey10 asked: "Who'd be a GK?"
Another added: "Goalkeepers who think they can play. So funny."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that wife of Sassuolo striker Kevin-Prince Boateng, Melissa Satta-Boateng, once said in 2012 that her husband series of injuries was as a result of their romp.
The Italian TV presenter made the shocking comments claiming she was responsible for the former AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur star's injuries because of their intimacy.
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