The Scudetti di San Marzio are always a difficult task to remember, but the first-ever Scudete di Sanmarino has managed to do so with one last goal still hanging in the balance.
In the second half of the final of the Scutto di San Marinaro, Juventus had a 1-1 draw at San Marino’s Scuololo di San Maria.
With the two teams evenly matched, it was easy to understand why it took Juventus until the 81st minute for the winner.
It was a goal scored by the legendary Juventus goalkeeper Gianluca Amorim, a man who has become an iconic figure in the history of Italian football.
The goal was so bizarre, in fact, that the Juventus team was so upset that they tried to walk off the pitch after the goal was conceded, but it was only after a video replay that they were allowed to leave the pitch.
After a moment of silence, the Juventus players started laughing and celebrating, while the Scunadores fans began booing the home team.
In a way, the goal is even more bizarre than the result itself.
After all, it took place on the last day of the Serie A season and the only team who scored against the Scundoes was Juventus.
It was the first time in Scudeta di San MARSIO history that a Scudetta had been scored at the same venue, so when the match ended, Juventus supporters were celebrating with their club crest.
It’s also worth mentioning that it took the goal to be recorded.
The Juventus goal was scored in the 79th minute by Antonio Candreva, a former Scudella team-mate and the current team-manager.
The result will now be played in front of the entire Scudettio di SanMARAZIO on December 12.