The Bianconeri goalkeeper set an own goal record for himself in Poland’s Euro 2020 clash against Slovakia.
’s unfortunate record was set on Monday as theJuventus
shot-stopper is now the first to have an own goal in the Euros’ history.
led the first half of the game during their opening clash of the competition after only 18 minutes into the match.
’s solo effort in creating the goal, dancing through the Polish defenders on the left-hand side of the pitch, was considered as Szczesny’s, as the deflected goal hit the post, bounced back and touched the unfortunate goalkeeper’s stretched arm.
It was the Euros’ second own goal, with the first one also being created by a Juventus’ player,
, who was responsible for the tournament’s opening goal in the clash between Italy and Turkey.