Inter Milan's Roberto Gagliardini produced a horror open-goal miss vs Sassuolo

  • Kobe Tong

Inter Milan's Roberto Gagliardini has had an absolute nightmare vs Sassuolo.

Antonio Conte's men welcomed the mid-table side to the San Siro to help consolidate their hopes of Champions League qualification and their vague attempts to catch Juventus in the league.

It was an endeavour that started slowly, though, with the away side taking a shock lead after just four minutes with Francesco Caputo finding the net.

Inter Milan vs Sassuolo

However, by the time the whistle sounded for the interval, Inter had turned the game around with Romelu Lukaku scoring from the penalty spot and Cristiano Biraghi completing the comeback.

But as we all know, 2-1 is a dangerous scoreline and Inter had a massive opportunity to wrap up the game during the second-half through the aforementioned Gagliardini.

We wouldn't be talking about him if he just scored a cheeky tap in, though, would we?

No. Rather, Gagliardini produced one of the worst misses we've ever seen with our own two eyes after Lukaku saw his stinging shot saved by Sassuolo 'keeper Andrea Consigli.


And when we say the midfielder produced one of the worst misses in football history during the Serie A game, we mean the midfielder produced one of the worst misses in football history.

So, with the ball at Gagliardini's feet with just a few yards out, the goal was waiting with open arms. It was his moment. Nothing could go wrong. Oh what a dream. Scoring at the San Siro.

You love to see it, you really do... yeh, nah.

Horror miss for Gagliardini

Check out the awkward moment Gagliardini somehow hit the crossbar when it looked easier to score:

I mean, how? Like, how? Any scientists reading this? We need an explanation.

Sorry, Gagliardini, but we're going to be talking about this miss for years and years to come.

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