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Video: Alessandro Florenzi Had No Right to Score From This Angle… But He Did it Anyway

Video: Alessandro Florenzi Had No Right to Score From This Angle… But He Did it Anyway

Alessandro Florenzi has hit the ground running since his return to injury, with the Italy midfielder scoring this ambitious chip in training.

Florenzi started his first competitive match in almost a year last month, after tearing his cruciate ligament last October and again in February on his return to training.

And what a start it was, with the 26-year-old creating a memorable assist for Edin Dzeko in a 3-0 win.

That sparkling form has since cropped up on the training ground too, with Florenzi scoring this goal from a seemingly impossible angle:

 

 

Roma currently occupy fifth place in Serie A, having won five of their opening six matches.

However, those standings could quickly improve as La Magica still have a game in hand over the four teams above them.

And with Florenzi looking ready to dazzle upon his return from such a lengthy injury, Roma could outperform all expectations this season.

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