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Boateng gets hammered over handball incident

Boateng blasted after flagrant handball to allow Italy's equalizer

July 2, 2016 By Oscar Rojas
Bayern Munich's defender tried to clear the ball from his box, but he did it with a rather strange gesture which gave the Azzurri a spot kick.

When things seemed to be on a roll for Germany, one of their most reliable players made a big mistake that allowed Italy's equalizer.

Jerome Boateng wasn't able to clear a cross inside Germany's box fairly, hitting the ball with his right hand. Referee Viktor Kassai didn't hesitate and awarded the Azzurri a penalty kick, which was scored by Leonardo Bonucci moments later.

WATCH: Boateng's handball that gave way for the momentary draw (Content is Geo-Restricted)

Some fans mocked Boateng's poor defensive skills. Here are some of their reactions.

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