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Salva Ferrer leads Spezia to permanence in Serie A

Jugadores del Spezia celebran un gol

The exit to the field of play of the Spanish Save Ferrer It was providential for the Spezia who won in the Dacia Arena against Udinese (2-3) to ensure their permanence in the A serieson the penultimate day of the competition.

Ferrer had not counted at the start for coach Thiago Motta but the injury to the Pole Arkadisuz Reca half an hour later led to the Spaniard’s departure to the field. At that time, the Speziawho needed the victory to ensure salvation before the last date, lost 1-0 because the Argentine Nahuel Molina had taken advantage of a ball received from Iyenoma Udogie to beat Iván Provedel.

But it took five minutes since the former player of the nastic, 24, jumped onto the field to turn the situation around. Two of his crosses from the right provided the goals for Daniele Green in 35, which meant the tie, and Emmanuel Gyasiin added time, just before the break.

With the game ahead, the visiting team extended their advantage around the locker room. Framework Giulio Maggiore to pass from Daniele Green.

could hit the Spezia that missed a penalty in 91 executed by Rey Manaj. And then the Spanish Pablo Mari took to the net a ball received from his compatriot Gerard Deulofeu to cover up the defeat of Udinese, who had nothing at stake.

The victory leaves Spezia in fifteenth position, seven points away from the Cagliariantepenultimate, which marks the relegation zone.

Diego Perotti leaves Salernitana’s salvation up in the air

A missed penalty six minutes from the end by the Argentine Diego Perotti deprived Salernitana of victory at the Carlo Castellani stadium in Empoli (1-1) that leaves in the air its permanence in the A serieson the penultimate day.

the box of David Nicola marks the salvation in the Italian competition. The victory would have almost given him a stay in the top flight. The draw, however, leaves his future in the hands of the Cagliari that he still has to play his match on the thirty-seventh date, against Inter, and that he can send the Salernitana to the relegation zone.

It may not be enough to match the set of Nicholas that was seen with the score against half an hour with the goal of Patrick Cutrone to pass from Kristjan Asllani who put ahead Empolywith nothing at stake.

Pressured by necessity, the visiting team cornered the group of Aurelio Andreazzolli but without success in the final meters.

It was in 1976 when he revived the Salernitana with as much of Federico Bonazzoli.

The great opportunity came six from the end with a foul inside the area on Lassana Coulibaly. Perottiwho had jumped onto the field four before, assumed responsibility but goalkeeper Guglielemo Vicario he deflected the launch from eleven meters.

The duel that leaves the Salernitana seventeenth with two points of difference with respect to the Cagliaripenultimate, and three on the Genoapenultimate, who still have to play their matches of the day.

Torino is reunited with the victory

A Croatian goal Josip Brekalo it was enough for Turin to win this Saturday at the stadium Marc’Antonio Bentegodi to Verona (0-1) and meet again with the triumph in the A series Italian, which this weekend reaches the penultimate day.

the box of Ivan Yuri they completed their last away game of the season with a victory. It was a relief for the Turin team that last weekend fell to the Rome.

In an inconsequential duel for the classification were those of juric those who fulfilled the objective and propitiated the second defeat followed by the Verona who weeks ago squandered his European hopes.

The clash was unbalanced in the 19th minute when a center from the Kosovar Mergim Vojvoda was used by break it to beat Lorenzo Motipo. There was no more in the duel that leaves ninth to Veronawho will visit the Latiumand tenth to Turintwo points behind.



Salvador Ferrer (30′, Arkadiusz Reca), Ilija Nestoroski (52′, Ignacio Pussetto), Lazar Samardzik (52′, Jean-Victor Makengo), Janis Antiste (66′, Daniel Green), Nicolo Bertola (66′, Kevin Agudelo), Brandon Soppy (75′, Iyenoma Destiny Udogie), Arslan (75′, Pereyra), Eddie Salcedo Mora (83′, Giulio Maggiore), Victor Kovalenko (83′, Emmanuel Gyasi), Philip Benkovic (86′, Nuytinck)


1-0, 25′: Nahuel Molina1-1, 34′: Daniele Green1-2, 47′: Emmanuel Gyasi1-3, 46′: Giulio Maggiore2-3, 93′: Pablo


Referee: Gianluca Aureliano
VAR Referee: Massimiliano Irrati
Nuytinck (17′, Yellow) Emmanuel Gyasi (18′, Yellow) Pereira (70′, Yellow) Jakub Kiwior (79′, Yellow) Arslan (93′, Yellow

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