Crotone's Andrea Nalini, right, scores a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Crotone and Lazio at the Ezio Scida stadium in Crotone, Italy, Sunday, May 28, 2017. (Albano Angilletta/ANSA via AP)
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