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Nicolo Zaniolo, Roma star, tells his mother to stop posting photos on social media


- Nicolo Zaniolo has told his mother to stop posting photos of herself on social media
- Zaniolo wants her 41-year-old mum to consider her age and desist from social media posts
- The 19-year-old player has been impressive this season for Roma in all competitions
Nicolo Zaniolo, 19-year-old youngster who plays for Italian club Roma has reportedly told his mother Francisca to stop posting photos of herself on social media considering her age.
41-year-old Francisca Costa has more than 169,000 followers on social media, but series of post on the platform has invited the anger of her son.
Zaniolo has been impressive this season for Roma in all competitions since he joined the club and he recently recorded his name in the history books of the Champions League.
He has made 22 appearances for Roma this term chipping in with five goals and is staking his claim to be called up for the Italian national team.
But he is now currently disturbed with his mother's continuous posts on social media and has been forced to remind her of her age.
According to Corriere dello Sport, in a recent picture posted by Costa, Zaniolo commented: "Stop mum.
"What are you doing with your mouth like that? You're 40!"
Brunette beauty Francisca Costa is married to former footballer Igor Zaniolo and it is not yet clear if she would listen to her son who is gradually becoming famous footballer.
His brace gave his club a 2-1 win over FC Porto in the first leg of their round of 16 Champions League encounter.
Zaniolo has now became the youngest Italian player ever to hit twice in a Champions League tie and also equaled the record of Paris-Saint-Germain youngster Kylian Mbappe.

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