Italian Serie A ’18-19 – Highlights: Ronaldo’s Late Penalty Steers Juventus To Victory
These are the next 6 matches of of Serie A, Match Day 21 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.
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Serie A – Match 4 of 10: Chievo vs Fiorentina
Result: 3 – 4
- Fiorentina: Luis Fernando Muriel Fruto 4′, Marco Benassi 26′, Federico Chiesa 79′, 86′
- Chievo: Mariusz Stepinski 38′, Sergio Pellissier 60′ (P), Filip Dordevic 89′
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- Fiorentina scratched a bewildering 4-3 triumph away to Chievo when down to 10 men, as Alban Lafont spared Sergio Pellissier’s penalty and the hosts were angry with the ref.
- The Viola required a success to stay aware of the race for European places after their 3-3 spine chiller with Sampdoria. Luis Muriel again began with Federico Chiesa and Giovanni Simeone, however David Hancko and Christian Norgaard ventured in for suspended Cristiano Biraghi and Edimilson Fernandes, while Nikola Milenkovic was out with influenza. Luca Rossettini and Nicola Rigoni came in for prohibited Mattia Bani and Sofiane Kiyine, while Ivan Radovanovic was dropped in front of his impending Genoa exchange.
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- Mentor Stefano Pioli praised the 300th Serie A match of his administration vocation. nLuis Muriel scored a support on his Serie A presentation and it took him only four minutes to include another here. A free kick was not cleared legitimately, a give-and-go sent the Colombian clear and he terminated into the top of the net from a tight edge.
- Chievo battled back quickly, Sergio Pellissier squirming between two safeguards to move crosswise over for Mariusz Stepinski, whose shot cut the outside of the upstanding.
- Minutes after the fact, Alban Lafont mysteriously passed the ball directly to Emanuele Giaccherini inside the territory, enabling the veteran to penetrate into the far base corner. Be that as it may, Fiorentina were exceptionally appreciative to VAR, since it indicated Pellissier had one foot on hold – and in this way was considered inside the crate – when Lafont took the goal kick, so the goal was prohibited.
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- The ref caused significantly more contention a couple of minutes after the fact when Pellissier chested down a free kick and was prepared to volley when he was by all accounts jumped over from behind by German Pezzella, yet there was no penalty, nor even a VAR survey.
- While Chievo were still irately challenging, Fiorentina went on the counter and scored. Federico Chiesa sprung the offside snare and pulled once more from the by-line for Marco Benassi to impact into the far best corner from 14 yards.
- To exacerbate the situation for the hosts, Nenad Tomovic was stretchered off with apparently genuine damage.
- They at long last got once again into the match with a transcending Stepinski header on Fabio Depaoli’s cross from the right, effectively out-bouncing the Viola protectors from six yards.
- Stefano Sorrentino parried a Giovanni Simeone exertion at the close post and David Hancko gestured over from a corner, however Giaccherini’s free kick skimmed the far best corner with Lafont well beaten.
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- It stayed wide open after the restart, as Lafont started a Fiorentina counter that saw Muriel’s hurl drift askew, yet when Leris got to a free kick, Benassi played out a goal line clearance with his arm and it was an inescapable red card and penalty. Lafont speculated the correct side, yet Pellissier twisted it directly into the close base corner to even out.
- Chiesa still almost made it 3-2 for 10-man Fiorentina, spilling far from Jaroszynski to shoot it on to the crossbar from short proximity. Lafont then played out a fingertip spare to divert Depaoli’s rising strike over from a tight edge and got down to beat away a Rigoni preview from separation.
- Similarly as the hosts were pouring forward, Fiorentina reestablished their lead on the counter-assault. Chiesa sprung the offside device in a tight choice, burst down the left and nestled into his correct boot from the most impenetrable of points.
When Salcedo was in Fiorentina, he told me that sometimes coaches decide to give minutes to newcomers right away, so he can better understand the player. Important to see Setien give all these minutes to Lainez to start off his time in Spain. #ElTrieng
— Nayib Morán Rivera (@nayibmoran) January 27, 2019
- Muriel almost included a fourth, his volley from a diverted corner smacking the far post. Be that as it may, Gerson pursued a cross with his arm and Chievo got another penalty. Lafont had verged on getting the first and Pellissier picked a similar corner, yet this time the goalkeeper got his fingertips to it.
- Minutes after the fact, Fiorentina had included a fourth the counter with Gerson pulling back for Chiesa to flame in from seven yards.
- Despite everything it wasn’t finished, on the grounds that substitute Filip Djordjevic’s transcending header looked in off within the far post to make it 4-3.
- Chievo poured forward in stoppages, Depaoli’s aerobatic volley over from a Jaroszynski cross, at that point Pezzella tossed himself in the method for a Giaccherini calculated drive.
Serie A – Match 5 of 10: Parma vs SPAL
Result: 2 – 3
- Parma: Roberto Inglese 11′ (P), 53′
- SPAL: Mattia Valoti 70′, Andrea Petagna 75′, Mohamed Salim Fares 87′
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- SPAL finished a mind blowing rebound from 2-0 down to 3-2 champs over Parma at the Tardini, all in the last 20 minutes in their Serie A match today.
- The Ducali needed to reshuffle their midfield without Alberto Grassi, Luca Rigoni and Leo Stulac, so January purchase Juraj Kucka was given his first beginning. SPAL had Thiago Cionek suspended, so Lorenco Simic ventured in to guard.
- Parma led the pack in the opening minutes when Lorenco Simic was declared to have fouled Roberto Inglese in the penalty zone. Inglese got back up and his penalty squirmed simply under Emiliano Viviano’s arm.
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- Manuel Lazzari endeavored to organize a fightback, his incredible strike testing Luigi Sepe, while Gervinho’s completion at the opposite end was excessively frail.
- Andrea Petagna’s endeavor was run after and Alberto Paloschi couldn’t turn in the bounce back as a result of Roberto Gagliolo’s frantic square.
- Inglese thought he’d made it 2-0 when he jumped on the bounce back from a Viviano save money on Gervinho, however the Ivorian was offside.
- The match joined again after the restart and this time it checked. Gervinho’s scorcher ricocheted off the crossbar and Inglese was speediest to respond free to move around at will ball.
- Antonino Barillà flung himself at a cross at the back post, unfit to hold it down, yet SPAL pulled one back when substitute Mattia Valoti scored inside 120 seconds of falling off the seat.
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- Lazzari put in one of his trademark crosses and Valoti got in behind Alessandro Bastoni for the exact header.
- SPAL were all of a sudden started up and got back on level terms with Andrea Petagna, who took off over the group to meet a Jasmin Kurtic corner five minutes after the fact.
- Despite everything it wasn’t finished, as Parma bobbled a 2-0 lead to go 3-2 down at home when a Lazzari cross was not cleared adequately, so Mohamed Fares sent his savage get done with effervescing into the net from the edge of the case.
- Inglese nearly finished his cap trap for 3-3, the volley off the outside of the boot from a free kick brushing the base of the upstanding.
Serie A today: Chievo 3-4 Fiorentina (down to 10 men). Roma 3-0 up at Atalanta, now 3-3. Relegation battle sees Frosinone 4-0 up at Bologna. Parma 2-0 up… Spal bring it back and are now 3-2 up. Crazy.
— Alex Terrell (@alxterrell) January 27, 2019
Serie A – Match 6 of 10: Atalanta vs Roma
Result: 3 – 3
- Atalanta: Timothy Castagne 44′, Rafael Toloi 59′, Duvan Zapata 71′
- Roma: Edin Dzeko 3′, 33′, Stephan El Shaarawy 40′
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- Atalanta finished an uncommon rebound from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Roma, as Duvan Zapata missed a penalty and got the equalizer a moment later.
- This was a no holds barred for position, on the grounds that a success would enable the Orobici to jump their adversaries, while the Giallorossi required a triumph to go past Milan into fourth place. Steven Nzonzi and Lorenzo Pellegrini came back from damage lay-offs, however Cengiz Under, Diego Perotti, Juan Jesus, Ante Coric and Antonio Mirante passed up a great opportunity.
- It took only two or three minutes to break the gridlock and Dzeko’s goal dry spell, which had kept going since October in Serie A. Nicolò Zaniolo thumped down an Aleksandar Kolarov cross with his chest on the edge of the crate, enabling the Bosnian to take a touch and breadth into the close base corner.
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- Papu Gomez attempted to get Atalanta back on level terms quickly, his twisting corner bobbing off the highest point of the crossbar. He at that point sent Josip Ilicic clear just for the Slovenian to flame wide and Duvan Zapata’s header was for all intents and purposes tidied up the line by Rick Karsdorp.
- Duvan Zapata foreseen Robin Olsen on a corner just to gesture wide from two or three yards, yet similarly as Roma were under attack, they multiplied their lead against the run of play.
- Steven Nzonzi strung through for Dzeko and Etrit Berisha came surging off his line, enabling the striker to store into a vacant net.
- Zaniolo nearly exploited the high guarded line once more, a calculated push beaten away by Berisha, at that point he skimmed a ball to the back post for Stephan El Shaarawy to make it 3-0 moderately plain on another counter-assault.
- Atalanta pulled one back on the stroke of half-time, the glided Gomez cross discovering Timothy Castagne’s header, serenely out-hopping Rick Karsdorp.
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- Ilicic squandered another brilliant chance, stumbling on the ball when under strain from Nzonzi, however Atalanta at last decreased the hole to 3-2 with Rafael Toloi’s looking header on a Gomez cross. It was an extraordinary goal for Toloi, a previous Roma safeguard.
- The strain got to Roma, as both Nzonzi and Bryan Cristante were reserved and will be suspended for the standoff with Milan one week from now.
- There was perplexity when the official booked Ilicic for reenactment, however the VAR stall called, he took a gander at it again and granted a penalty rather for the Manolas trip. Duvan Zapata ventured up and expanded his spot-kick over the bar.
#SerieATIM: The race for fourth place is on 🏃♂️💨
Just goes to show you the importance of each match. pic.twitter.com/ZTVdesqa84
— Steven K. Moore (@S_K_MOORE) January 27, 2019
- Roma were all the while breathing a moan of help when under a moment later Duvan Zapata got his goal, running on to a Gomez through ball to amaze Olsen at the base of the close post.
- On the off chance that anybody looked liable to win it, that was Atalanta, yet Musa Barrow was simply offside when he met the Gomez through ball.
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