Two-goal Icardi in double controversy


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  • Monday, 14 Apr 2014

(Reuters) - Inter Milan forward Mauro Icardi was at the centre of two storms after scoring twice against former club Sampdoria on Sunday, one over his goal celebration and the other involving a refused hand shake.

The Argentine opened the scoring in the 13th minute and infuriated his former team mates when he turned to the Sampdoria fans and put his hand to his ear as if encouraging them to jeer him.

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