Bologna stopped Napoli and gave a gift to Atalanta and Fiorentina!


Tried the bad for her Naples! The “Partenopei” fell into… a deadlock in Bolognastaying at 0-0 and for the third consecutive matchday, they failed to get “three points” and… camped below the top five! Fatal for the champions Osimen who missed a penalty in 72′forcing Rudy Garcia to replace him and listen to the boos as he pulled Kvaratshelia from the match as well!

Defeated by the new loss of Napoli, Fiorentina and Atalanta who earlier prevailed 2-0 opposite to Udinese and Cagliarirespectively.

At the “Dacia Arena”, Fiorentina pressed and found the way to the net in the 32nd minute. Bonaventura’s ball, after a corner, placed close to Martines-Cuarta for 0-1 which was also the score for the first part.

The “Violas” almost equalized in the 71st minute with Terazziano blocking Lovric’s shot. The “double” for Fiorentina was sealed by Jack Bonaventura in the third minute of stoppage time with a great shot for the final 2-0.

At the same time in Bergamo, he struggled in the first half hour against Claudio Ranieri’s Cagliari, but the solution came from Lukman in the 33rd minute. De Kettelar’s vertical pass with the short Englishman pushing the ball into the net for 1-0.

In the replay, the “Bergamaski” increased their pressure and reached 2-0 with Pasalic in the 76th minute perfectly placing Kranio for the final 2-0.

The 5th matchday:

Friday (22/09)

Salernitana-Frosinone 1-1

(52′ Cabral – 12′ Romagnoli)

Lecce-Genoa 1-0

(83′ Oudin)

Saturday (23/09)

Milan-Verona 1-0

(8′ Leo)

Sassuolo-Juventus 4-2

(12′ Loriente, 41′ Berardi, 82′ Pinamonti, 90’+4′ auto. Gatti – 21′ auto. Vina, 78′ Chiesa)

Lazio-Monza 1-1

(12′ Immobile pen. – 36′ Gagliardini)

Sunday (24/09)

Empoli-Inter 0-1

(51′ Dimarco)

Atalanta-Cagliari 2-0

(39′ Lukman, 76′ Pasalic)

Udinese-Fiorentina 0-2

(32′ Quarta, 90’+3′ Bonaventura)

Bologna-Naples 0-0

Turin-Rome (21:45)

The next (6th) matchday:

Tuesday (26/9)

Juventus – Lecce (21:45)

Wednesday (27/09)

Cagliari – Milan (19:30)

Empoli – Salernitana (19:30)

Verona – Atalanta (19:30)

Napoli – Udinese (21:45)

Inter – Sassuolo (21:45)

Lazio – Torino (21:45)

Thursday (28/09)

Frosinone – Fiorentina (19:30)

Monza – Bologna (19:30)

Genoa – Roma (21:45)

Source: Sport Fm

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