What Samuel Umtiti Did After Scoring Against Roma In The Champions League

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Barcelona secured the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final in great fashion, netting significant amount of goals.

The host supporters bounced off excitement on the night, as the home side displayed overwhelming performance, completely ascertaining authority over the widely anticipated fixture.

Barcelona scored four goals altogether in the first leg of the tie – two being own goals netted by the opposition, and the remaining two coming off Gerard Pique and Luis Suarez.

Nevertheless, the moment to notice arrived when Samuel Umtiti started celebrating his side’s second goal, disregarding the fact that it was considered an own goal from Roma centre-back Manolas.


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Despite the ball going in because of the opponent’s mistake, the Cameroonian-born defender wheeled away in celebration, pointing to the Barcelona crest on his kit.

The incident attracted quite a lot of attention over social media, as supporters have been jamming Twitter with reactions since the occurrence of the event.

Many of them took the gesture as an indication implying that he’s staying at Camp Nou, despite the transfer talks linking the 24-year-old with United.

With the France international’s celebration hinting his commitment to the Catalan club, Jose Mourinho would have to work hard if he wishes to rope the player to Old Trafford.


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