Italian Serie A ’18-19 – Highlights: Dries Mertens Denies Roma A Much Needed Win
These are the next six matches of of Serie A, Match Day 10 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.
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Serie A – Match 4 of 10: Sassuolo vs Bologna
Result: 2 – 2
- Sassuolo: Marlon Santos 17′, Kevin-Prince Boateng 85′ (P)
- Bologna: Ibrahima Mbaye 56′
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- Sassuolo returned twice in the Emilia-Romagna Derby and had the opportunity to win on stoppages, yet Bologna rose with a 2-2 draw in this Serie A encounter.
- This was a nearby derby between Reggio-Emilia sides, despite the fact that as of late relative newcomers Sassuolo have eclipsed their all the more generally distinguished neighbors.
- The Neroverdi missed Alfred Duncan and Jeremie Boga, while Kevin-Prince Boateng was fit for a spot on the seat. Bologna needed to manage without Federico Mattiello, Danilo and Mattias Dijks, utilizing Rodrigo Palacio and Federico Santander together.
Sassuolo’s Marlon scored what could be the goal of the weekend in the 1st half and a late penalty added by Kevin-Prince Boateng earned Sassuolo a 2-2 draw against Bologna…. https://t.co/MYlJrRanYW
— Loliby Sport (@LolibySport) October 28, 2018
- Pippo Inzaghi’s side had not scored a solitary away goal this season, however took only two minutes to accomplish it here. After two corners with hardly a pause in between, Santander pulled once more from the by-line for Palacio to impact into the top of the net from short proximity at the close post.
- It was right around 2-0 following five minutes, in light of the fact that on another set play Santander’s header ricocheted off the upright. Sassuolo promptly went on the counter with ex-Bologna man Federico Di Francesco and he just needed to move it crosswise over for Domenico Berardi to score, yet scraped the help and the hosts mixed back to clear.
Sassuolo draws 2-2 with Bologna in Emilia derby | Sassuolo twice came back from a goal down to draw 2-2 with Bologna in an Emilia derby on… | https://t.co/24Ze1RMgDd
— Rocketnews (@Rocketnews1) October 28, 2018
- Rogerio and Di Francesco squandered more open doors with poor completing directly at Lukasz Skorupski, yet ex-Barcelona protector Marlon got the equalizer with a really dynamite strike.
- A corner was not cleared adequately and Marlon hit a rocket from 30 meters out that bobbed in off within the far post, giving Skorupski no possibility.
- Sassuolo started to rule, with two Berardi depictions from separation skimming the far stick, while Filip Helander took a chance with an own goal with a horrendously ungainly leeway that cruised over his bar.
- Rogerio was absolutely plain on the counter, yet Filip Djuricic somewhat over-hit the pass at the beginning of the second half in another huge Sassuolo opportunity.
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- Mattias Svanberg’s circling strike from separation was fingertipped over the bar, however Bologna scored on the subsequent corner. Giancarlo Gonzalez thumped down the set play and Ibrahima Mbaye’s tumultuously scraped complete from two or three yards unexpectedly made it more troublesome for Consigli to stop, as it squirmed around him.
- Bologna again nearly scored a claim goal with a lost Gonzalez avoidance, yet this time it was on target and Skorupski needed to palm it round the post.
- Minutes later, Stefano Sensi burst into the case and was stumbled by Mbaye, who went from saint to lowlife. Boateng struck throught the penalty by sending Skorupski the wrong way and drew Sassuolo level.
Finishes 2-2 at the Mapei. Bologna twice ahead but still failed to get their 1st away win in 2018, they did extend their unbeaten league run over Sassuolo to 6 games. A 1st ever 2-2 draw & also the highest scoring game in this fixture #SassuoloBologna #Sassuolo #Bologna #SerieA
— Marco Vidoretti? (@RobyBagg10) October 28, 2018
- The hosts relatively turned it around in the last moment, Bourabia’s header from a corner bobbing off the crossbar.
- Profound into stoppages, Bourabia at full stretch figured out how to snare a long ball once again from the by-line for Alessandro Matri, who got before his marker just to some way or another shin it over from point-clear range, as this Serie A match came to an end.
Serie A – Match 5 of 10: SPAL vs Frosinone
Result: 0 – 3
- Frosinone: Raman Chibsah 40′, Camillo Ciano 53′, Andrea Pinamonti 89′
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- Frosinone caused an enormous upset with this 3-0 triumph away to SPAL, who were straight from beating Roma and got a terrible reminder.
- The hosts were compelled to manage without Yohan Djourou, Mirko Valdifiori and suspended Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, so Alfred Gomis returned in goal and Dias Felipe had shaken off his damage. Frosinone missed Cristian Molinaro and utilized another trident approach with Camillo Ciano and Joel Campbell supporting Daniel Ciofani.
— ASRoma_MP (@ASRoma_MP) October 28, 2018
- It was all SPAL from the beginning, Dias Felipe’s header from a corner covered by Marco Sportiello and a long-extend Simone Missiroli strike avoided simply off target.
- At the point when Frosinone hit the back of the net on 35 minutes, it was prohibited in light of the fact that Raman Chibsah was both offside and dealt with the ball.
- It was just a notice shot, as minutes after the fact Frosinone took the lead. Camillo Ciano whipped in a corner and Chibsah did it right this time with a free header.
- Mohamed Fares instantly approached an equalizer, as his shot took a redirection off colleague Alberto Paloschi to pound the crossbar.
— Marco Vidoretti? (@RobyBagg10) October 28, 2018
- Andrea Petagna’s header shrieked wide from a Missiroli cross and Paloschi went down too effectively in the crate as he attempted to achieve a Fares assist.
- Frosinone shockingly multiplied their lead on the counter, as Joel Campbell utilized his pace to flood past Thiago Cionek and move crosswise over for Camillo Ciano’s wrap up.
- Campbell tried Gomis and a Fares scorcher stung the gloves of Sportiello, yet unbelievably it was Frosinone who included a third in the last moment.
Raman Chibsah on target as Frosinone record their first victory of the Season with a 3-0 win over Spal
The former Juventus starlets-completed the full duration of the game .
It took the Serie A new boys (10 games ) 900 minutes to to register their first win of the campaign. pic.twitter.com/VMBRMt6i4S
— Akavani Andrews (@AndrewsAkavani) October 28, 2018
- Cassata pulled once more from the by-line for substitute Andrea Pinamonti’s left-foot strike into the far best corner. It was the Inter youth institute item’s presentation Serie A goal.
Serie A – Match 6 of 10: Genoa vs Udinese
Result: 2 – 2
- Genoa: Romulo 32′ (P), Cristian Romero 67′
- Udinese: Kevin Lasagna 65′, Rodrigo De Paul 70′
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- Genoa were twice in front at Marassi, yet Rodrigo De Paul set up Kevin Lasagna and scored a shocker to grab Udinese’s point.
- Ivan Juric made an extremely amazing come back to the Grifone when supplanting sacked Davide Ballardini a week ago, turning into the first thus far just side to take focuses off Juventus with a 1-1 draw at Turin.
- Federico Marchetti, Andrea Favilli and Nicolas Spolli were missing, yet Miguel Veloso was on the seat after he marked on as a free specialist. Udinese were losing energy and missed Lukasz Teodorczyk and Bram Nuytinck, while Rolando Mandragora had a shoulder issue, so under strain Coach Julio Velazquez moved to a 3-5-1-1 development.
Watching the highlights of Genoa and Udinese. Some disgracefully good goals and some disgraceful defending. All in all a brilliant 2-2 draw. The Grifone held out with ten men #GenoaUdinese
— Richard Hall (@RichHall80) October 28, 2018
- Darko Lazovic’s low cross discovered Krzysztof Piatek in the opening two minutes, yet goalkeeper Musso could cover at his feet. Musso was then attached to the spot as Daniel Bessa’s transcending header cut the far post.
- Kevin Lasagna was going to do likewise, yet Ionut Radu figured out how to palm the header round the upright on Jens Stryger-Larsen’s cross.
- Davide Biraschi kept running from his own half and was felled by Valon Behrami ideal on the edge of the 18-yard-box. From that free kick, Domenico Criscito saw his styler palmed out of the close base corner.
- Musso came taking off his line just to cut down Bessa when the offside snare fizzled and Romulo changed over the subsequent penaly to give Genoa the lead.
Juric now will take on struggling Udinese in his first home game in his third spell back in charge of the Grifone. The Zebrette have hit yet another rough patch and there is major concern for them, as last season, they lost 11 in a row and plummeted down the table. #GenoaUdinese
— Bo Shlomo (@boshlomo) October 28, 2018
- Rodrigo De Paul’s styler was palmed round the post and a low calculated drive went significantly nearer, skimming the casing of the goal.
- Udinese equalized on 65 minutes when a corner was taken short and De Paul twisted the cross on to the head of Lasagna at the back post.
- Be that as it may, only 120 seconds after the fact Genoa were back in front once more. First Musso played out an edgy save money on Bessa’s shot from the edge of the container, at that point on the subsequent corner safeguard Cristian Romero rose to put a header back over the bar into the far base corner.
⚽️⚽️ RODRIGOOOOOOOO!!!!! The goals are flying in!!! Another excellent strike from Udinese, this time from our No.10 #GenoaUdinese 2-2
— Udinese Calcio (@Udinese_1896) October 28, 2018
- Udinese responded again quickly with an incredible individual strike from De Paul, twisting right-footed into the simple best corner from more than 20 meters out. The Argentine has been a sensation this season, as of Udinese’s 10 goals, he scored five and asisted another three.
- Romero went from bliss to lose hope, as the protector lined up his goal with a second yellow card for a rash handle from behind on Ignacio Pussetto. Genoa hung on with 10 men to bring home a point, having twice been in front.
▪Udinese have won their last 3 matches vs. Genoa
▪The Zebrette have also kept clean sheets in those 3 games vs. Genoa
▪Udinese comes into this game having lost their last 4 games
▪Genoa lost just two of their last 11 home games vs. Udinese (W6 D3 L2)#GenoaUdinese #SerieA
— Bo Shlomo (@boshlomo) October 28, 2018
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