Ciprian Tătărușanu is in extraordinary shape. The Romanian goalkeeper managed to get a penalty during the penalty kicks from AC Milan – Torino, a match played in the eighth finals of the Italian Cup.
Ciprian Tătărușanu was the starter for AC Milan in the Italian Cup match, a match won by the Milanese team in the tiebreaks (score 5-4), after 0-0 at the end of the regular time and extra time.
Even if the duel was generally dominated by Milan, Tătărușanu managed to stand out during the actual playing time. In the 26th minute, the Romanian goalkeeper came out well in front of Simone Zaza, whose angle he closed inspired. 12 minutes later, Tătărușanu also intervened in the shot sent by Amer Gojak. During the extra time, Tătărușanu scored another difficult ball, after an execution by Andrea Belotti.
Ciprian Tătărușanu defended a penalty at AC Milan – Torino
The qualification in the quarterfinals for AC Milan was decided in the tiebreaker, where Tătărușanu was decisive, intervening in front of Rincon.
AC Milan fans raise a statue of Ciprian Tătărușanu
Following the success, the fans of AC Milan they were very happy and expressed on Twitter their feelings towards the Romanian goalkeeper.
“Tătărușanu has always been a great goalkeeper when it comes to defending penalties”, wrote a supporter on Twitter. “Not bad at all for a 34-year-old goalkeeper!”, another noted.
“Ciprian Tătărusanu saves every penalty”, posted another fan another enthusiastic Milanese fan.
Ciprian Tătărușanu, guaranteed starter in the next matches at AC Milan
73 minutes into the game, Gianluigi Donnarumma received a red card for going into a challenge studs first. He protested after a contact between Rafael Leao (21 years old) and Torino goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic (23 years old). Gigi Donnarumma requested a penalty. However, the referee was unimpressed, and booked him for diving.
It remains to be seen how many suspension stages the 21-year-old Italian goalkeeper will receive.
What is certain is that Ciprian Tătărușanu will take his place among AC Milan’s goals for the next Serie A matches.
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