It's an unwritten rule in world soccer -- don't celebrate a goal against your former team. It's your former employer, the club you represented. Even if there was a bad breakup, the smartest thing to do if you score is to show respect, lift your hands and not celebrate it. Nobody told Luis Muriel. The Sampdoria striker scored against his former club Udinese on Sunday on the road, and he decided to celebrate in a pretty silly, arrogant way. Check it out: Yeah, he almost got choked out. Sure he went on loan twice while at Udinese and never really settled in, but you just don't do that no matter what. The fans and his former teammates let him have it, and thankfully it wasn't worse.
May 22 (Gracenote) - Results and standings from the Serie A matches on Monday Monday, May 22 Pescara 2 Palermo 0 Sunday, May 21 AC Milan 3 Bologna 0 Empoli 0 Atalanta Bergamo 1 Genoa 2 Torino
Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala, with a stunning free kick, and Alex Sandro shared the goals as the Turin side also won a league and cup double for the third time in a row and stayed on course for a treble. Atalanta clinched fifth place and a spot in the Europa League group stage by winning 1-0 at Empoli and AC Milan made sure of sixth place, and a place in the Europa League qualifiers, by beating Bologna 3-0.