After a sterling performance with Italy at the Euro 2020, Chelsea midfielder, Jorginho teamed up with the Azzurri as they bid to qualify for the world cup.
Jorginho who won the UEFA men's player of the year is a renowned specialist in taking penalties but after missing his latest attempt, it looks like the Italian will have to re-examine his technique.
Italy played out a goalless draw against Switzerland on Sunday. Maybe the outcome of the game would have turned out differently if Jorginho had converted from 12-yards.
It's the second time in a row that the Brazilian-born Italian is missing a spot-kick in an Italian Jersey after Pickford saved his attempt during the penalty shoot-out at the Euro 2020 finale.
Speaking after his latest miss, Jorginho said that "keepers are starting to study me. I'm going to start studying them too now. I'm already thinking about how I'll be taking them now."
Have keepers figured out Jorginho's tricks on taking penalties?
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