BOLOGNA – Despite being among the most anticipated on the field, Italy-Spain was not the match of Moise Kean. The Juventus striker came out of the field at 60 'to make room for Cutrone. Di Biagio replaced him because he had failed to combine anything good until then. In his place, the coach of the Azzurrini entered the Milan player Cutrone (then decisive on the goal of the 2-1 of Church).
Kean did not accept the replacement and left the field visibly angry. Despite being framed by the Rai cameras, the Juventus baby phenomenon did nothing to hide his discontent and shook his head several times expressing his disappointment with the coach Gigi Di Biagio.
After he left the camp, a blue staff member tried to cheer him up but Kean continued straight on his way until he returned to the bench. Dark face and low head for the young Juventus striker.
Kean's reaction to the exchange has divided the social media people. The majority of Juventus fans defended him by saying that the baby striker did not deserve a substitution. The supporters of the other teams, especially those of Milan, attacked him hard by pointing at his attitude.
According to these users, the Juventus striker, at a key moment in the game with the result nailed to 1-1, should not have acted in that manner. He should have encouraged Cutrone that he was about to enter his place.
Despite the controversy that arose from this substitution, Di Biagio got it right because Cutrone, who had only entered the field for three minutes, was decisive in the action that led to Federico Chiesa's 2-1 goal.
Cutrone checked a ball back at the door and touched the ball for the Fiorentina striker who had no problem bagging on the net from close range.
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