Roma escaped from Lecce!

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And “thank you” to say Roma! Daniele De Rossi’s team was in danger several times at home Lechemissed some great opportunities, but the 0-0 he doesn’t leave her happy, since he missed the chance to stay within shooting distance of her 4th Bologna

An important point for his team Marco Baroniwhich reached them 29 points and is located in 13th place four away from the relegation zone.

The hosts stormed in the first half as they missed great opportunities to take the lead. Originally at 11′ The Picoli missed from an advantageous position while in the 28th minute Gallo with a long shot he sent the ball just wide. Huge moment also in the 33rd minute with Dorkou threatening him with a powerful shot Svilar to repel, while three minutes before the end of the first half, Piccoli sent the ball over the posts with a one-piece shot. The visitors threatened on 45’+1′ when from the free-kick they won in an advantageous position, Angelino saw Falcone drop to his right corner and make a save.

In the second half Roma tried to take measures, but Lecce were again the ones threatening. In the 66th minute, Krstovic found Dorgu who sent the ball wide, while at 71′ the “jalorossi” they came close to the goal with Wow to unleash a powerful shot seeing Falcone react.

In stoppage time, Lecce almost “stole” the match with Uden making a long shot which went just wide of Svilar’s goal.

The 30th matchday:

Saturday 30/3

Napoli-Atalanta 0-3

(26′ Mirandchuk, 45′ Skamaka, 88′ Kupminers)

Genoa-Frosinone 1-1

(30′ Gudmutson – 36′ Reinier)

Turin-Monza 1-0

(69′ pen. Sanabria)

Lazio-Juventus 1-0

(90’+3′ Marusic)

Fiorentina-Milan 1-2

(50′ Duncan – 47′ Loftus-Cheek, 53′ Leao)

Monday 1/4

Bologna-Salernitana 3-0

(14′ Orsolini, 44′ Salemakers, 90’+2′ Lykogiannis)

Cagliari-Verona 1-1

(74′ Sulemanas – 30′ Bonaccioli)

Sassuolo-Udinese 1-1

(41′ Defrel – 44′ Tovin)

Lecce-Roma 0-0

Inter-Eboli (21:45)

The next (31st) matchday:

Friday (04/05)

Salernitana-Sassuolo (21:45)

Saturday (06/04)

Milan-Lecce (16:00)

Roma-Lazio (19:00)

Empoli-Torino (21:45)

Sunday (07/04)

Frosinone-Bologna (13:30)

Monza-Napoli (16:00)

Verona-Genoa (19:00)

Cagliari-Atalanta (19:00)

Juventus-Fiorentina (21:45)

Monday (08/04)

Udinese-Inter (21:45)

Source: Sport Fm

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