Video: Dimarco redefines ‘top bins’ with Inter free kick stunner

by | Sep 12, 2021 12:04

Federico Dimarco scored his first goal for boyhood club Inter with a free kick that is the very definition of ‘top bins,’ travelling at 106km/h.

The former Hellas Verona wing-back is rerouted into the three-man defence for the trip to Sampdoria in Serie A Week 3.

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Nonetheless, he was first on the scoresheet with a truly spectacular effort from the edge of the box.

It flew past a helpless Emil Audero into the far top corner like a left-foot ground-to-air missile and was simply unstoppable.

Italian television clocked the ball travelling at 106km/h, so it provided extraordinary power as well as accuracy.

Dimarco is also the first Inter player to score a direct free kick in Serie A since Mario Balotelli in February 2009 against Bologna.


  1. Marco

    “This video is not available in your location.”

    if you wanna make an article about it, at least put video everyone can see into it

  2. DARi0

    1) This video is not available in your location.

    2) The media could not be played.

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