Baldanzi “unlocked” in Perth: Roma celebrate the former Empoli player’s first goal in the Giallorossi

A touch from Paulo Dybala, a lucky carom on Theo Hernandez and a decidedly revisable intervention from Marco Sportiello. In the middle, the left of Tommaso Baldanzi. The one in the friendly match in Perth, a 5-2 win over Milan, was his first goal for the club Rome for the playmaker who arrived from Empoli in the last January transfer window. And the Giallorossi club wanted to celebrate it social.

Having arrived in Rome for 10 million euros plus a 5 million bonus and 20 percent of the future resale to Empoli, Baldanzi – who in the first part of the season had scored two goals for the Tuscans – played eighteen matches for Roma without however finding the joy of marking. 630 minutes, zero goals and zero assists: numbers that Giallorossi fans expect to change next season.