The Spanish Juventus striker, Alvaro Morata, entered history from the widest gates, after becoming the first player in the history of the Champions League competition, to score three goals, all of which were canceled in one match.
Morata scored a “hat-trick” (three goals) in the 15th, 30th and 50th minutes, during the match that brought his team to Barcelona, yesterday, Wednesday, in the second round of the group stage of the Champions League, but the referee canceled all of them for offside, after resorting to video technology. “the mouse”.
The international network, “Squaka” specialized in football statistics, stated that Morata became the first player in the history of the European Champions League, for which he canceled three goals in one match.
It is noteworthy that Juventus suffered a severe loss at home to Barcelona, with two clean goals signed by Frenchman Ousmane Dembele and Argentine Lionel Messi from a penalty kick, in the 14th and 90th minutes.
Source: Squawka Football