Masters final: Stephan El Shaarawy celebrates Roma's Torino win at Ally Pally
Twenty-four hours after scoring a late winner in a five-goal thriller against Torino, Roma winger Stephan El Shaarawy chose to celebrate at the most unlikely of places - the Masters snooker final at Alexandra Palace.
The Italy international, 26, was among the crowd in London as Judd Trump beat seven-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan 10-4 to win his first Masters title.
"I love snooker," he told BBC Sport.
"I watch it all the time. These two are my favourite players," he added.
On Saturday, Roma beat Torino 3-2 to move into Serie A's Champions League places.
El Shaarawy had flown to London with his brother and agent, Manuel.
He has scored six goals in 12 Serie A appearances for Roma this season.