Serie A – Match 8 of 10: Parma vs Frosinone
Result: 0 – 0
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- Parma needed to stick on for the point after Leo Stulac’s straight red card, as Luigi Sepe denied a Frosinone victor profound into stoppages.
- Gervinho shook off his damage worries to begin with Luca Siligardi and Fabio Ceravolo, however Roberto Inglese and suspended Antonino Barillà were inaccessible. The Canarini were straight from a stun triumph over SPAL, their first win of the season, however missed Luca Paganini, Federico Dionisi and Emil Hallfredsson.
- This was the ever Serie A gathering between the clubs, who were both advanced from Serie B over the late spring.
— Marco Vidoretti? (@RobyBagg10) November 4, 2018
- Luca Rigoni’s aerobatic back-heel flick turned a Bruno Alves traverse from short proximity, while Camillo Ciano at full stretch couldn’t get his toe to an Andrea Beghetto through ball.
- Parma had an extraordinary possibility with Luca Siligardi’s scorcher palmed out of the close best corner by a flying Marco Sportiello spare. Minutes after, Leo Stulac’s free dismiss caused frenzy and Bruno Alves gestured from target.
- Frosinone should have improved the situation as Francesco Zampano crossed for Andrea Beghetto plain at the back post, yet he slipped as he let go the volley over.
He’s not been great this season, but Roberto Inglese could have a lot of fun against this Frosinone side today. Surprised he’s not come on at HT.
— Conor Clancy (@ConJClancy) November 4, 2018
- Parma went down to 10 men when Leo Stulac totally misconceived his handle on Raman Chibsah, getting him two-footed, studs up and nearly at the knee for an unavoidable straight red card.
- Frosinone saw their shot and flooded forward, Ciofani turning a Ciano cross simply wide and Iacoponi gambling handball, however repelling the Ciofani back-heel flick with his chest on a corner.
- The guests thought they had won it with the last move of the match, yet Luigi Sepe traveled to fingertip a Rai Vloet header out from under the crossbar.
— footballitalia (@footballitalia) November 4, 2018
Serie A – Match 9 of 10: Bologna vs Atalanta
Result: 1 – 2
- Bologna: Ibrahima Mbaye 3′
- Atalanta: Gianluca Mancini 57′, Duvan Zapata 70′
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- Atalanta returned from an early Ibrahima Mbaye goal to overcome Bologna 2-1, anchoring their third back to back triumph.
- Federico Mattiello was the main injury non-attendant for the hosts, while the guests kept on missing Andrea Masiello and Marco Tumminello.
- Atalanta have now won their last six Serie A gatherings with Bologna, keeping four clean sheets.
Gianluca Mancini & Duvan Zapata were on target as Atalanta picked up their 3rd straight league victory with a 2-1 win at Bologna #SSFootball
— SuperSport Blitz (@SuperSportBlitz) November 4, 2018
- Be that as it may, it took under three minutes for Bologna to lead the pack. Federico Santander assembled with his back to goal, swung to move over the six-yard box and Ibrahima Mbaye responded snappier than his adversary to tap in.
- Josip Ilicic scraped a few completes wide with his weaker right foot, however Musa Barrow looked sure to score when sent clear through the center, just for Giancarlo Gonzalez to play out a brilliant handle.
- Atalanta ventured up the weight, a Papu Gomez shot ran after and Ilicic calculated drive covered, however Rodrigo Palacio’s looking header shrieked inches wide at the opposite end.
Atalanta seem to have turned a corner as of late. La Dea have picked up back to back wins after failing to win their last 7 games. They will be hoping to make it a third straight win as they face Bologna tonight. #BolognaAtalanta #GoAtalantaGo #serieA
— Bo Shlomo (@boshlomo) November 4, 2018
- Mbaye was apparently all over, his draw back discovering Erick Pulgar on the edge of the crate to impact over the bar.
- Atalanta required changes and presented Duvan Zapata after the restart, yet Blerim Dzemaili saw his shot run down by Jose Luis Palomino.
- Atalanta got their equalizer in the end, as Duvan Zapata’s frightfully mis-kicked exertion was redirected into the way of Gianluca Mancini, who responded rapidly to score left-footed from 12 yards.
A win could see #Atalanta really closing the gap on the European spots. However, #Bologna will be desperate as well to improve. They have secured back to back draws, but still sit in 17th spot and will want to earn a win in front of their home fans.#BolognaAtalanta #SerieATIM
— Bo Shlomo (@boshlomo) November 4, 2018
- Rafael Toloi burst into the 18-yard-box after a give-and-run with Duvan Zapata, yet Filip Helander made a conclusive and exceptionally unsafe handle as he was pulling the trigger.
- Atalanta turned the amusement around totally with Duvan Zapata’s first Serie A goal for the club. Mbaye’s irresolute freedom on a cross fell in the six-yard box, where the Colombian was fastest to respond with a volley off within his correct foot.
- Santander thumped down a cross for Palacio, who jumped up for the gymnastic volley when denied from point-clear range by a frantic Etrit Berisha.
Serie A – Match 10 of 10: Udinese vs Milan
Result: 0 – 1
- Milan: Alessio Romagnoli 90+7′
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- It was end-to-end stuff in Udine with chances for the two sides, however Alessio Romagnoli scored another sensational last-heave victor for Milan.
- The Rossoneri were looking for a third straight win to stay aware of Lazio in fourth place, however missed Lucas Biglia, Giacomo Bonaventura, Hakan Calhanoglu, Davide Calabria and Mattia Caldara, so Tiemoue Bakayoko took control of midfield with Cristian Zapata getting an uncommon begin in resistance.
Not only did they get a late win, but Milan also kept their first clean sheet of the season.
— SempreMilan (@SempreMilanCom) November 4, 2018
- The hosts were without Lukasz Teodorczyk, Giuseppe Pezzella, Svante Ingelsson and Emmanuel Badu, with Bram Nuytinck fit for the seat. Antonin Barak additionally hauled out in the warm-up, so Seko Fofana ventured in.
- The last Milan clean sheet in Serie A was 0-0 at home to Napoli on April 15, spilling objectives in their next 16 matches. That is their most exceedingly terrible guarded run since 1946-47. Milan yielded in every one of the initial 10 Serie A rounds, something they hadn’t overseen since 1932-33, and are the main side in the association without a spotless sheet this season.
— UEFA Europa League (@EuropaLeague) November 4, 2018
- Gonzalo Higuain bored wide after a savvy Patrick Cutrone sham, yet Ignacio Pussetto had a few shots from separation, one shrieking past the far best corner, the other palmed round the close post by Gianluigi Donnarumma.
- Suso’s left-foot styler skimmed the upright and Rolando Mandragora impacted over before Kevin Lasagna’s half-volley shrieked wide of the close post on a Samir cross.
- Ter Avest truly should’ve improved the situation on a roused Lasagna pass, yet the calculated drive was off focus from 12 yards.
So That finally earned milan their 1st clean sheet n a agn a narrow win, anyway 3 pts is all that matters. Most importantly testing week ahead wth Europa n juve in the weekend wth long list of key players in injury list. Gnna be interesting hw gattuso tackles it. #SerieA #ACM
— Chintan Desai (@IndianMilanista) November 4, 2018
- Higuain needed to fall off following 35 minutes in the wake of battling for a few minutes with a coincidental thump to the again from Mandragora, so cleared a path for Samu Castillejo.
- It stayed totally open, as Fofana put excessively control on the draw again from the by-line, at that point Cutrone sprung the offside snare on a Diego Laxalt through ball to sting Juan Musso’s gloves.
- The rhythm was as yet unhinged in the second half and Musso flew for an exceptionally troublesome one-gave save money to Castillejo’s left side foot scorcher. The Spaniard at that point flew down the left wing and held off a safeguard to move crosswise over for plain Suso, who by one way or another swelled over undisturbed.
Milan don’t always win games, but when they do it’s with batshit goals by unlikely heroes at the death
— Elizabeth Cotignola ? (@LaDiavolina) November 4, 2018
- Cutrone had punishment bids waved away, as Opoku utilized his quality to hold him off as they went for the through ball.
- Milan began to take control in the last 20 minutes with high squeezing, yet Castillejo squandered two promising possibilities from the edge of the case.
- Lasagna’s low push was beaten away at the base of the close post by Donnarumma, with Musso covering Suso’s strike. Profound into stoppages Bram Nuytinck was somewhat cruelly demonstrated a straight red card for section Castillejo’s foot rear area as he was in full flight.
Milan wins + cleansheet pic.twitter.com/r4073QnW5c
— JRizki (@Juvebulous_) November 4, 2018
- Milan continued onward and there was dramatization profound into stoppages, much the same as the last-pant champ over Genoa midweek. Romagnoli jumped on a loathsome Opoku blunder, Suso wavered in the crate and would not take the shot, so the chief did and crushed into the far best corner from 12 yards.
- The offside banner was up, provoking an angry reaction from Gennaro Gattuso, yet VAR appeared there was no offside position and Milan could at long last celebrate.
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