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And finally… Udinese’s double trouble

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Udinese missed out on the money-spinning group stage of the Champions League on Tuesday after winger Pablo Armero managed to fall flat on his face while going clean through on goal. SC Braga grabbed an equaliser and the game went to pens whereby Udinese’s Maicosuel decided that the best tactic in the shootout would be a Panenka-esque chip down the middle. What could possibly go wrong?

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