As he watched his penalty cannon off the crossbar, Joaquin Correa’s head sank into his hands.
He wanted this – no, he needed this – to go in.
Correa desperately wanted to dedicate a goal to his grandmother, who passed away recently.
He wanted to be the man to secure a hard-fought win for Lazio against Bologna, after seeing his side come back from behind twice.
But most of all, he needed the goal to help change the narrative that has been building this season: that the Argentine lacks a clinical edge.