Italian Serie A ’18-19 – Highlights: Napoli Win After Davide Biraschi Unlucky Own Goal
These are the next matches of of Serie A, Match Day 12 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.
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Serie A – Match 2 of 10: Torino vs Parma
Result: 1 – 2
- Torino: Daniele Baselli 37′
- Parma: Gervinho 9′, Roberto Inglese 25′
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- Gervinho’s performance run and a Roberto Inglese strike gave Parma an unexpected triumph away to Torino, finishing the Granata’s six-coordinate unbeaten run.
- The Granata were on shimmering structure and unbeaten in six, including a stun 4-1 win away to Sampdoria, acquiring Roberto Soriano for suspended Soualihe Meite. The Ducali were without a goal in 3 matches, in which they grabbed one point, and had innovative midfielder Leo Stulac prohibited.
No goals in the 2nd half and with the win, Parma are now tied with Torino on 17 points. #TorinoParma #TORPAR #Torino #Parma @TorinoFC_1906 @1913parmacalcio @ParmaCalcio_en Can Parma possibly push for Europe on the 1st season back in Serie A? @SerieA #SerieATIM
— Vijay Rahaman (@TriniSportsGuy) November 10, 2018
- Alberto Grassi and Matteo Scozzarella ventured in, yet Roberto Inglese came back from damage and Jonathan Biabiany had his first Serie A begin since April 2016.
- Parma had just lost three of their Serie A treks to Torino, drawing seven and winning four, however the latest visit was in 2014.
- Gervinho saw his strike from the edge of the case fingertipped over the bar, at that point opened the scoring with an extraordinary solo exertion. He kept running on to a long ball down the left flank, at that point propped up as Armando Izzo and Nicolas Nkoulou got tangled up, beating Salvatore Sirigu at the close post for his fourth goal of the season.
.@1913parmacalcio grab their first win in 4 matches after a 💪 away performance and a hectic
▪️Both teams are now level on 17 points just outside the Top 6 🌍
▪️Gervinho and Inglese get Parma’s goals and have 7 goals between them
— Strive Sport (@strivesport) November 10, 2018
- Andrea Belotti at full stretch could not direct a Daniele Baselli downwards header on focus from point-clear range, while the official affirmed through VAR that Djidji’s handball was inadvertent, as his arm was flush with his middle.
- Parma multiplied their lead with a very much worked move, as Gagliolo moved it opposite the left and Inglese snuck up before Izzo to flame into the top of the net at the close post.
- It was almost 3-0, in light of the fact that Biabiany constrained an intense spare from Sirigu after an all around worked group move from left to right.
— Stereo Serie A (@StereoSerieA) November 10, 2018
- Toro got again into it, as Parma attempted to clear their lines and Daniele Baselli crushed in a right-foot daisy-shaper from the edge of the territory.
- The hosts went near 2-2 preceding half-time, as De Silvestri could not exactly meet a propelled Belotti go at the back post, at that point Gagliolo escaped with what had all the earmarks of being a reasonable foul on De Silvestri on the edge of the case. It was presumably to a greater extent a yellow card offense than red, as Bruno Alves was covering and De Silvestri in a significant wide position, yet the inability to try and give a free kick was noteworthy.
After the win on Sampdoria, Torino will try to reconfirm it against Parma, which didn’t win from the 8th day.
— SerieA_EN (@SeriaA_Eng) November 10, 2018
- Simone Zaza went ahead for the second half, moving Torino to four at the back, yet after a time of continued Granata weight, Parma went on the counter with Gervinho, who moved crosswise over just for Inglese to hit the ban from eight yards.
- Sepe beat away an Alex Berenguer depiction, however Gervinho’s throw beat Sirigu and just skimmed the bar of an open objective on 71 minutes.
@SerieASitdown torino get themselves handily placed in the league then lose to Parma. They are the most inconsistent team in See if a.
— Bag Full of Toffee (@BagFullofToffee) November 10, 2018
- Sirigu needed to make two major spares with hardly a pause in between on Gagliolo, the primary palming a half-volley out from under the bar, at that point making himself enormous to repel from the most secure of edges.
Serie A – Match 3 of 10: SPAL vs Cagliari
Result: 2 – 2
- SPAL: Andrea Petagna 3′, Mirco Antenucci 71′
- Cagliari: Leonardo Pavoletti 73′, Artur Ionita 76′
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- Cagliari finished a wonderful rebound from 2-0 down with two objectives in three minutes to snatch a valuable guide away toward SPAL.
- The two sides were falling off substantial annihilations and needing a lift. Everton Luiz was suspended for the hosts, who additionally missed Mattia Valoti, while Alfred Gomis returned instead of Vanja Milinkovic-Savic in goal. The Sardinians were still without Ragnar Klavan and Diego Farias.
- It took only two minutes and 28 seconds to get through, as Manuel Lazzari flooded down the privilege and coasted his cross back to where Andrea Petagna had peeled far from his marker for a plunging header from 10 yards.
Artur Ionita equalised in the 76th minute as Cagliari hit back from 2 goals down to force a 2-2 draw away to Spal #SSFootball
— SuperSport Blitz (@SuperSportBlitz) November 10, 2018
- Alessio Cragno might have had it secured, notwithstanding a diversion off Darijo Srna.
- Petagna nearly had a second on 12 minutes, stinging Cragno’s gloves at the close post after a Mohamed Fares cross was blocked.
- Joao Pedro and Artur Ionita had shots pursued, at that point Filippo Romagna’s looking header from a corner skimmed the far post with Leonardo Pavoletti at full stretch only unfit to get the last touch.
- Lazzari’s cross-shot flashed along the six-yard box and Pavoletti’s aerobatic volley was off target, while Thiago Cionek utilized his body to square Joao Pedro sliding in at the close post.
— Marco Vidoretti💜 (@RobyBagg10) November 10, 2018
- Joao Pedro’s header drifted directly over the ban from a Simone Padoin cross, yet SPAL multiplied their lead with an awesome group move.
- Lazzari again flew down the right, pulled back for Antenucci, who turned Srna as though he was not even there and penetrated home from nine yards.
- In any case, Cagliari responded straight away, inside two minutes getting again into it with Pavoletti’s trademark transcending header from a corner.
Total respect to those Cagliari tifosi following their team Great support throughout all that’s left is a flight or ferry journey home The joys of being a supporter eh Comforted by a 2-2 draw
— Peter E (@PEFIORENTINA) November 10, 2018
- Fantastically, the third goal in five minutes saw the Sardinians even out. Ionita assembled a pass on the punishment spot, hauled the ball to submit a sliding Thiago Cionek and terminated through an ocean of legs.
- It was totally open, as Joao Pedro’s shot from separation was avoided and Lazzari hit the side-netting, while in stoppages Jasmin Kurtic couldn’t get a solid header to the Fares cross.
Serie A – Match 4 of 10: Genoa vs Napoli
Result: 1 – 2
- Genoa: Fabian Ruiz Pena 62′, Davide Biraschi 87′(OG)
- Napoli: Christian Kouame 20′
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- Napoli battled once more from an early Christian Kouame goals to overcome Genoa 2-1 with Fabian Ruiz and a Davide Biraschi own goal in a match suspended for 13 minutes in the midst of a tempest.
- The Partenopei had officially lost 3-0 in this stadium back in September to Sampdoria, however this time confronted a Genoa side in emergency and with Ivan Juric as of now barely surviving after a 5-0 thrashing to Inter, only four matches subsequent to supplanting Davide Ballardini.
- Dries Mertens was nursing a sore shoulder, so it was a Polish Derby at Marassi between Arkadiusz Milik and Krzysztof Piatek. Miguel Veloso came in for harmed Sandro in the Grifone midfield and Mimmo Criscito came back from suspension.
FT | Genoa-Napoli 1-2
— Everything Napoli (@NapoliAndNaples) November 10, 2018
- Napoli are presently unbeaten in their last 13 Serie A gatherings with Genoa, home and away, winning 10 and drawing three. Their last annihilation was 3-2 at Marassi on January 29, 2012.
- Lorenzo Insigne had a gigantic possibility on 11 minutes, his daisy-shaper from outside the D beating Ionut Radu to bob off the far post.
- Piotr Zielinski’s strike toward the finish of a long passing move was critically avoided by Romero, yet it was Genoa who led the pack fairly against the keep running of play.
- Romulo whipped a mind blowing ball in from the privilege and Christian Kouame transcended static Elseid Hysaj to gesture in at the back post.
Full-time: Genoa 1-2 Napoli. Horrible game to watch after the rain started. Great spirit by Napoli to fight their way back to win though
— O L A Y I N K A (@OlayinkaOlonade) November 10, 2018
- It was the youthful Ivorian’s second Serie A goal, the other coming in the opening end of the week.
- Ionut Radu punched a perilous Insigne check off the head of Jose Callejon and the Criscito pass that would’ve sent Kouame clear was marginally over-hit.
- Allan frightfully scraped from 12 yards, at that point Milik appeared as though he needed to score from five yards when Callejon pulled once more from the by-line, yet by one way or another Radu figured out how to repel from point-clear range.
After the bad defeat at San Siro, Genoa will want to try to redeem itself, while Napoli must continue to win to get closer to Juventus.
— SerieA_EN (@SeriaA_Eng) November 10, 2018
- Piatek just skimmed his make a beeline for a cross into the arms of David Ospina, as Genoa stayed perilous on the counter.
- Carlo Ancelotti shook things up over the break, supplanting Milik and Piotr Zielinski with Dries Mertens and Fabian Ruiz. Allan’s wayward calculated drive nearly transformed into a help for Mertens sliding in at the back post, at that point the Belgian twisted wide of the far best corner after a give-and-run with Fabian.
- The rain begun contracting astounding savagery and puddles started to shape on the pitch. Play was ended at the 59th moment for around 13 minutes until the point when it quit down-pouring and the pitch could be at any rate mostly depleted.
#SerieA – RESULT:
Napoli came from behind with goals from Fabian Ruiz and Davide Biraschi to go up to second on the table. pic.twitter.com/pcCjTgIrmv
— SuperSport (@SuperSportTV) November 10, 2018
- When it resumed, the two substitutes joined for the equalizer, as Mertens flicked on an Allan go for Fabian Ruiz to clear home from simply inside the penalty zone. The pitch really helped, as the puddle hindered the ball for him to get a spotless shot.
- Insigne’s free kick was palmed round the close post, yet play was to a great degree troublesome and the ball scarcely moved, not to mention skiped.
- Genoa were enraged when Napoli turned the diversion around in tumultuous mold, as Mario Rui’s free kick took a few avoidances, in the end skipping in off Davide Biraschi.
It’s fair to say that this game in Genoa is seeing bad weather. Not helping then home team or Napoli. The rain look terrible, arguably if this continues, it could be called off #GenoaNapoli pic.twitter.com/ukC0SSfgnV
— Richard Hall (@RichHall80) November 10, 2018
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