On Saturday, Moise Kean - a 19-year-old footballer born in Italy to Ivorian parents - scored his fifth goal in five games playing for the country's biggest team, Juventus, and its national team. The most exciting player to burst on to the Italian football scene for years, Kean should have enjoyed an uncomplicated moment of adulation. Instead, he was put in his place.
In a previous goal celebration at Cagliari the week before, Kean had responded to racist abuse from fans by standing stock still, arms spread wide and palms upwards. His face wasn't vengeful: He appeared peaceful through the sweat.