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Lorenzo Insigne Hilariously Given Tallest Mascot For Napoli's Champions League Game Against Barcelona

Lorenzo Insigne Hilariously Given Tallest Mascot For Napoli's Champions League Game Against Barcelona

Lorenzo Insigne was hilariously given the tallest mascot to walk out with ahead of Napoli's Champions League clash against Barcelona.

The diminutive Italian, who stands at 5ft and 3ins, put his arms around his mascot's neck as the camera panned down Napoli's side before kick-off.

Insigne was at the start of his side's line up as he led his team out of the tunnel.

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Image: Sky Sports
Image: Sky Sports
Image: Sky Sports
Image: Sky Sports

His mascot didn't go unnoticed by football fans on social media.

"The tallest kid for Insigne again," one wrote.

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A second joked: "Insigne would struggle to win a header against his mascot."

A third added: "Insigne the same height as the mascot kid lmao."

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The Napoli captain is also shorter than Barcelona skipper Lionel Messi.

Topics: Football News, Lorenzo Insigne, Football, Barcelona, Lionel Messi, Napoli, Champions League, mascot

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