Sassuolo overwhelms Spezia

The Sassuolo rolled over this Friday Spezia 4-1 in a match that opened the thirtieth day of the A series in which the Italians shone again Domenico Berardi and Gianluca Scamaccawho lift their team in ninth position, under the gaze of Robert Mancininational coach.

berardi and Scamacca They have been leading the ‘Neroverdi’ team for several days. They understand each other, look for each other and enjoy being the champions of the offensive orchestrated by the coach Dionysus Alessio from the bench.

this day, Berardi left with a double and Scamacca took advantage of his minutesjumped onto the pitch in the 68th minute, to sign a direct free kick that sentenced the match.

The Sassuolo imposed his pace from the start in the match against a Spezia who was looking for victory to definitively move away from the relegation places and who managed to equalize the contest in the 36th minute, after a penalty goal from berardi who opened the scoring, with a great goal from the Italian Daniele Green who slipped through the squad.

Robert Mancininational coach, witnessed from the stands how Berardi and Scamaccaboth summoned for the World Cup playoffs with the ‘Azzurra’, sentenced the clash against Spezia and claimed their role as starters in the national team. The third goal of the match was scored by the Turkish defender kaan ayhan taking advantage of a loose ball in the area after a corner.

With this victory, Sassuolo placed ninthin the absence of what he does Verona this Sunday before Empoly; Meanwhile he Spezia remains 15th with 29 points, still close to the danger spots.

Genoa wins six months later in Serie A

An Italian goal Manolo Portonova it was enough for him to Genoawith one player less since the 24th minute, got three valuable points against the Turin (1-0) six months after his last victory in the domestic championship that serve to get closer to salvation in this thirtieth day of the A series.

The good streak continues Genoawho has not known defeat since the arrival of the German coach Alexsander Blessin to his bench on January 20. Seven draws and one winthe one harvested this Friday at home before the Turinserve the ‘Grifoni’ to tie at 22 points at Venice and keep hopes alive to save the team.

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And the locals had it difficult. They went ahead with a goal from Portanova in the 13th minute after an error by the Torino goalkeeperthe albanian Etrit Berishawhich the young striker did not miss out on to open the scoring and certify a great start to the match that caught the Turin.

With the match under control, the Norwegian Leo Ostigard saw the second yellow ten minutes after the goalan action that greatly complicated the game for the locals.

From the second part he sent the Turinwho had the clearest with a header from the Italian Andrea Bellotti and another from kosovar Mergin Vojvodabut the Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu and the defense led by the Mexican John Vasquez kept a clean sheet to get an important victory that brings them closer to the Cagliariequipment that marks salvation.

Six months after his last victory in A series -they beat Salernitana in the Italian Cup in December-, Genoa manages to add three points, in what is their second win of the season in the regular tournament, which makes them equal to Venicewho has two games less to play, in a fight to get out of relegation that is as even as the fight to lift the ‘Scudetto’.

For its part, Torino remains eleventh with 35 pointssettled in the middle of the table.

Changes

Gianluca Scamacca (67′, Defrel), Kevin Agudelo (73′, Daniel Green), King Manaj (73′, Emmanuel Gyasi), Abdoulrahmane Harroui (83′, Matheusinho), Magnanelli (84′, Davide Frattesi), Brian Oddei (89′, Hamed Junior Traore), Emil Konradsen Ceide (89′, Berardi)

goals

1-0, 16′: berardi1-1, 35′: Daniele Green2-1, 47′: berardi3-1, 77′: kaan ayhan4-1, 80′: Gianluca Scamacca

cards

Referee: Manuel Volpi
VAR Referee: Gianluca Manganiello
Victor Kovalenko (14′, Yellow) Matheusinho (19′, Yellow) berardi (43′, Yellow) Giulio Maggiore (54′, Yellow) Martin Erlic (79′, Yellow

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