Andrea Belotti and Francesco Acerbi of Italy messed up Wembley Stadium locker room after winning Euro 2020

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Andrea Belotti and Francesco Acerbi decided to mess up the Wembley Stadium after beating England on penalties to win the 2020 European Championship on July 11, 2021.

Andrea Belotti, Francesco Acerbi, and other Italian players spent quality time on the pitch celebrating their hard earn Euro 2020 triumph. But the celebration did not stop there, the players took the celebration into the Wembley Stadium locker room.

While in the stadium’s locker room, Andrea Belotti and Francesco Acerbi took their celebrations to the next level by ensuring that they left the locker room as messed up as possible and double the job of those who have the responsibility to clean up the locker room.

In a video that captured Andrea Belotti and Francesco Acerbi’s strange celebration mode, Andrea Belotti could be seen allowing a teammate to pour junks on him where he screamed as hard as he could.

While Francesco Acerbi could be seen in panties while walking around the messed up locker room with his legs in two empty cartons.

Before the tournament ended, Andrea Belotti played six times without scoring a goal. The 27-year-old center-forward who plays for Torino almost forced Italy to lose the Euro 2020 title because he missed his spot-kick in the final of the tournament but his teammates made up for it.

Andrea Belotti and Francesco Acerbi of Italy messed up Wembley Stadium locker room after winning Euro 2020
Andrea Belotti.

Andrea Belotti could leave Torino this summer if his suitors are willing to pay the €35 Million price tag his club has slammed on him. Reports in Italy claimed that Arsenal are the major club considering a move for him. His contract with Torino will expire in June 2022.

On the other hand, Francesco Acerbi played just three times throughout the European Championship. The 33-year-old defender played as a second fiddle to Giorgio Chiellini throughout the tournament.

Andrea Belotti and Francesco Acerbi of Italy messed up Wembley Stadium locker room after winning Euro 2020
Francesco Acerbi.

The center-back and Italian forward Ciro Immobile are the first Lazio players to win the European Championship in the history of the Italian club.

Acerbi won the prestigious title seven years after surviving the second wave of testicular cancer. He first underwent successful surgery to have the tumor removed in 2013 after signing for Sassuolo.

Few months after the surgery, medical examination confirmed that the build-up of the tumor has started, and had to undergo chemotherapy in 2014 before he fully returned to football.

The 33-year-old defender who is worth 10 million euros in the transfer market currently has until June 2023 before his contract with Lazio expires.

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