Italian Serie A ’18-19 – Highlights: Untouchable Ronaldo Scores A Late Goal In Another Juve Win
These are the last six 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 5 of 10: Atalanta vs Inter Milan
Result: 4 – 1
- Atalanta: Hans Hatboer 8′, Gianluca Mancini 62′, Berat Djmsiiti 88′, Alejandro DArio Gomez 90+4′
- Inter Milan: Mauro Icardi 47′ (P)
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- Atalanta completely commanded Inter in Bergamo for a 4-1 triumph and could without much of a stretch have had another four goals, finishing the seven-round winning streak after today’s Serie A match.
- These were the shape sides at the present time, with the hosts winning three on the ricochet and Nerazzurri looking for an eighth straight Serie A triumph. Radja Nainggolan, Sime Vrsaljko and Stefan de Vrij were refreshed and Roberto Gagliardini picked against his old club, while Atalanta missed Jose Luis Palomino and Andrea Masiello.
We only buffered your suffering
We allowed you to win.
Imagine losing 4-1 to atalanta
— ‘Deolu Corleone || (@McDeeHay) November 11, 2018
- It is an abnormal installation for Icardi, as this is one of only a handful few stadiums where he has never scored a Serie A goal in five endeavors. He put six past Atalanta in his profession, however dependably at San Siro.
- Inter Milan have won just a single of their last nine Serie A visits to Bergamo, developing with five draws and three thrashings.
- Samir Handanovic played out an exceptional twofold spare after only three minutes, traveling to palm away a Duvan Zapata styler, at that point with feline like reflexes utilizing his trailing hand to fold at the Hans Hateboer follow-up from point-clear range. The midfielder was offside, yet neither of them realized that at the time.
😭One loss in 2 months and “Spalletti Out” YOU CAN’T WIN THEM ALL. Fair play Atalanta, learn from it, and move on. You can’t learn if you don’t lose. If we scraped a win today, the players would repeat same performance vs Frosinone. Lose but learn. https://t.co/H3ho8dwt8D
— El Toro Martinez (@Lautaro___10) November 11, 2018
- It was just a notice, as after an extremely forceful begin, Atalanta led the pack with a comparable move. Robin Gosens got down the left and flashed a low ball the distance over the substance of goal, with Hateboer plain to tap in at the back post.
- Atalanta almost had a second minutes after the fact, as Papu Gomez pulled again from the by-line and the match off Danilo D’Ambrosio hit the upstanding, at that point Handanovic’s leg and some way or another ricocheted retreat for a corner.
- Duvan Zapata flooded past Milan Skriniar for Josip Ilicic to compel another spare, the Slovenian bored wide, however Ilicic botched a fantastic opportunity on 22 minutes.
Inter getting smashed by Atalanta a big surprise, Lazio draw is good for us, Roma coming up.
So a win over Juve would be great, a very hard thing to do, but as fans we need to believe that it can be done.#ForzaMilan 💪❤️🖤⚽️
— The AC Milan-Godfather (@ACMilanSydney) November 11, 2018
- Duvan Zapata moved it over the six-yard box for both Hateboer and Ilicic plain, the Slovenian in some way or another scraped it wide from 30cm out and collided with the upstanding as well.
- Entomb’s first half-chance was on 28 minutes, as Djimsiti redirected a Mauro Icardi chest and volley over the bar.
- Handanovic was directly behind a Gosens volley from the edge of the territory, at that point Duvan Zapata just hit the side-netting after he kept running on to an Ilicic through ball and squirmed between two safeguards to escape.
- Ivan Perisic’s header and a Marcelo Brozovic volley cruised over the bar, while Joao Miranda flung himself in the way of Duvan Zapata’s strike.
We will be fine. Next game vs Frosinone and we will win and have momentum going into Tottenham. We will learn and move on. I can’t wait to play Atalanta at home.
— Jamolisim (@Jamolisim) November 11, 2018
- Ilicic missed another sitter, chesting down a Gomez ball super just to goad directly at Handanovic, at that point minutes after the fact the goalkeeper parried from point-clear range on Rafael Toloi with a dazzling one-given spare.
- The beginning of the second half was postponed so the touchline could be redrawn after substantial rain and mud. Inside 20 seconds of the restart, Etrit Berisha’s shanked leeway was blocked by Matteo Politano, whose hurl was pursued by Gianluca Mancini’s submit the punishment zone. Icardi changed over directly into the corner for his 1st goal at the Stadio Azzurri d’Italia at the 6th visit.
- Atalanta’s day went from awful to more awful, losing Toloi to a frightful cut after a conflict of heads with Miranda, so Hateboer needed to go into guard, as Palomino and Masiello were at that point out harmed.
Atalanta as winners 4-1 win against Inter, reaching the levels that they’re capable of with the talent in the squad as well as managerial
— Jack Harte (@JackHarte_) November 11, 2018
- Mancini is a self-admitted Inter fan who even has a Marco Materazzi tattoo, yet he compensated for the handball by reestablishing Atalanta’s lead. Ilicic cleared in a trademark free kick for the inside back’s transcending header, his second in the same number of recreations.
- Similarly as Inter endeavored to get back on level terms with a Perisic cross too ache for Icardi, Atalanta made a two-goal pad in the last minutes. Another Ilicic free kick was drifted in for Albanian protector Berat Djimsiti’s header.
Don’t trash everyone because of one bad game. You can’t win them all. Plus, giving chance to others is how Joao Mario got his last 2 starts, so why not afford the same to D’ambrosio?
Atalanta were physically more prepared and ran us rugged. It happens. We will be back.
— Jama (@xuud32) November 11, 2018
- Marcelo Brozovic gotten his second yellow card in stoppages, decreasing Inter to 10 men. Papu Gomez completed off the defeat with a sublime goal to end his own dry spell, hitting a right-foot scorcher from fresh that swerved violently into the far best corner, leaving Handanovic stranded.
Serie A – Match 6 of 10: Empoli vs Udinese
Result: 2 – 1
- Empoli: Miha Zajc 41′, Francesco Caputo 51′
- Udinese: Ignacio PUsseto 81′
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- Giuseppe Iachini won on his Empoli make a big appearance, yet Udinese missed a penalty and had numerous all the more scoring open doors on their way to another thrashing.
- It was a dubious choice to sack Aurelio Andreazzoli, as his Empoli earned acclaim for their exhibitions, yet Iachini proclaimed his activity was to guarantee they “aren’t just pretty to look at.”
- He embraced a 4-3-2-1 development for his presentation, missing just Levan Mchedlidze. Julio Velazquez was in peril after one point from six rounds, yet needed to manage without Emmanuel Badu, Lukasz Teodorczyk, Antonin Barak and suspended Bram Nuytinck.
Sorry if my tweet will offend anyone but is the fact no miracle will help us because I wasn’t expecting Milan to beat juventus b4 so that is the face if we can’t even win Empoli come on . I am not watching bcos I already know the out come.
— Gallant (@ricksouth27) November 11, 2018
- The Friulani took control from the begin, as Rodrigo De Paul’s styler on a corner was gymnastically palmed away, at that point the Argentina global set up Kevin Lasagna for a shot that shaken the crossbar on 25 minutes.
- Minutes later, Ignacio Pussetto controlled a De Paul disregard the best and constrained on-surging Provedel into another precarious spare.
- Provedel traveled to palm a fierce Jens Stryger-Larsen strike out of the best corner. It was all Udinese and Matias Silvestre tossed himself in the way of a Pussetto tap-in.
— footballitalia (@footballitalia) November 11, 2018
- Nonetheless, totally against the keep running of play, it was Empoli who led the pack at the Stadio Castellani with a very much worked goal. Zajc began the move with Rade Krunic and Francesco Caputo, who held off a protector to hold up the ball for Zajc’s complete from 10 yards.
- Provedel was again definitive before half-time to Pussetto’s right side foot scorcher.
- Astoundingly, the Tuscans multiplied their lead following the restart. Zajc saw his corner flicked on by Rade Krunic for Caputo to complete it off with a header off the underside of the crossbar.
A huge win for new #Empoli boss Giuseppe #Iachini at home against #Udinese.
Julio Velazquez’s job must be in the balance at #Udinese, now third from bottom.
Those 5/6 bottom spots are going to be a dog fight this season in #SerieA
— Elio Salerno (@eliosalerno87) November 11, 2018
- Hatem Junior Traore’s scorcher from separation constrained a dubious Musso put something aside for a corner, however Lasagna saw his goal refused for an offside position on Pussetto’s help.
- At the point when Udinese did at long last find the opportunity to score as Domenico Maietta cut down Lasagna ideal on hold, De Paul ventured up and expanded the penalty over the crossbar.
We still fancy Empoli to win but things change during the game and in this we fancy Udinese to grab a goal and make it a tight affair!
— Football Super Tips (@FootySuperTips) November 11, 2018
- It was a hit to their certainty, however the Friulani got straight back in there with Pussetto’s goal minutes after, volleying in a Darwin Machis cross at the far post.
- Udinese poured forward and thought they’d adjusted on 89 minutes when Pussetto’s cross discovered Marco D’Alessandro, however Provedel played out an astounding response spare.
Serie A – Match 7 of 10: Chievo vs Bologna
Result: 2 – 2
- Chievo: Riccardo Meggiorini 20′ (P), Joel Obi 45′
- Bologna: Federico Santander 3′, Riccardo Orsolini 56′
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- The wait for a Chievo triumph proceeds, as they had upset an early Bologna opener, just to be gotten 2-2 by Riccardo Orsolini.
- The Flying Donkeys were all the while searching for their first win of the season after two draws, losing each match under Giampiero Ventura since he supplanted Lorenzo D’Anna. Wounds precluded Manuel Pucciarelli, Nicola Rigoni, Fabrizio Cacciatore, Nenad Tomovic, Pawel Jaroszynski, Filip Djordjevic and suspended Tanasijevic. Bologna missed Federico Mattiello and gave Ladislav Krejci an uncommon begin.
Stephan El Shaarawy struck twice as Roma eased past Sampdoria 4-1, Chievo were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Bologna while Empoli beat Udinese 2-1. #SSFootball
— SuperSport Blitz (@SuperSportBlitz) November 11, 2018
- Federico Santander had the ball in the net inside four minutes, however had meandered offside before the header. Be that as it may, after a caution from the VAR stall, the arbitrator altered his opinion, seeing that Mattia Bani had contacted divert the pass and set Santander back in play.
- Rodrigo Palacio’s strike was pursued and Blerim Dzemaili couldn’t hold the bounce back down, yet Chievo were talented an equalizer.
- Kiyine burst into the crate down the left and his cross was run after by the arm of Davide Calabresi, in spite of the fact that it was from short proximity.
Chievo have finally made it to zero points after that draw kfjdkdkdkdkd
— safia (@skinniar) November 11, 2018
- Riccardo Meggiorini changed over the penalty, despite the fact that it was feeble and genuinely focal, to draw Chievo level with his first Serie A goal since February 2017.
- The Flying Donkeys turned it all around significantly time, as Meggiorini’s overhead kick was excessively brassy, yet became a unintentional help for Joel Obi to tap in at the back post.
- After the restart, Kiyine’s header back over the essence of goal skimmed past everybody on a Perparim Hetemaj cross.
- In any case, Bologna drew level when Ladislav Krejci’s cross from the left discovered substitute Riccardo Orsolini’s header from short proximity.
— Loliby Sport (@LolibySport) November 11, 2018
- Santander was again hazardous noticeable all around, gesturing directly at Stefano Sorrentino, and the goalkeeper traveled to palm an Orsolini free kick out of the best corner.
- Valter Birsa went on the counter, blazing a calculated drive only wide of the far post, and Skorupski palmed a Depaoli strike over the bar.
A draw couldn’t save his job, Ventura’s time as head coach of Chievo is officially over
— Calcio Bros 💜 (@Calcio_Bros) November 11, 2018
For the next three matches, move on to the next page!