Former Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio endured a bit of a nightmare outing at the weekend for AS Roma.
The Portugal number one was facing Inter Milan and making his 23rd appearance of the campaign.
Patricio started out well in Italy, but his form has dipped in recent weeks for the Italian outfit.
He has kept just two clean sheets in Roma’s last seven games in Serie A.
And his showing against Inter on Saturday was a bit of a horror show.
In the 14th minute of the game, Inter had a corner. Hakan Calhanoglu, a player with excellent delivery, stood over the ball.
The Turkey international whipped the ball in towards the front post and really, Roma should have dealt with it as it wasn’t one of his best.
But the ball actually ended up going through Patricio’s legs and straight into the back of the net.
Replays showed that Patricio had edged away from his goal line, probably to anticipate a more lofted cross. But that meant he was then stretching to get back.
He then conceded to Edin Dzeko and Denzel Dumfries with Inter going in 3-0 up at half-time. And that’s how the scoreline stayed.
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It was definitely a moment to forget for Rui Patricio against Inter.
Perhaps he thought a defender would have got his head to it, but the ball can’t be going in like that.
Patricio suffered a dip last season with Wolves, but many still questioned why he was sold by the club in the summer.
Eyebrows were raised when Jose Sa came in as his replacement.
But it seems Wolves have been vindicated in their decision. It has to be said, Sa is looking like a fantastic addition. He’s already a firm favourite at Molineux and won the club’s first Player of the Month award this season.