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'I Cursed Bukayo Saka Before He Took That Decisive Penalty'- Chielini Says During Interview

Italian veteran defender, Giorgio Chielini has revealed he placed a curse on English youngster, Bukayo Saka before missing his penalty shoot-out. According to the 36 years old; he screamed the world "kirichocho" moments before Saka missed the decisive penalty that saw Italy become European champions.Bukayo Saka, 19, who was earlier fouled by Chielini in the stoppage time of extra-time got his heart broken during the penalty shoot-out after a 1-1 draw at normal full-time and extra time.Chielini who trended on social media after the weird foul he played against Saka, recently told ESPN Argentina, that he used the word "kirichocho" on Saka, and that could be the reason he lost that decisive penalty shoot-out.Kirichocho is a badluck term that originated from Argentina (South America) and the translation in English simply means "I curse you". The term is mostly used when you want to inflict badluck and misfortune on your opponent.

Source: GOAL.COM

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