Roma's Francesco Totti celebrates after scoring during a Serie A soccer match between Roma and Lazio at Rome's Olympic stadium, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015 (Photo: AP)
Roma's 38-year-old captain Francesco Totti created an inspiring comeback with two goals, including a spectacular equalizer, as Roma drew 2-2 with Lazio in the city derby Sunday.
With his 11th career goal in the derby, Totti tied Dino Da Costa, a Roma player in the 1950s, for the record in the all-time series between the hated rivals.
And he did it in style — then immortalized the moment.
After scoring the equalizer with an acrobatic bicycle kick in the 64th minute, Totti grabbed a phone and took a selfie with Roma's "ultra" fans celebrating in the background.
In the first half, Stefano Mauri and Felipe Anderson scored for Lazio.
Totti scored his first in the 48th.
Roma moved provisionally level with Serie A leader Juventus, which was visiting Napoli later.
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