2014 – 2015 Italian Serie A Standing / Serie A Table / Top Scorers

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Thanks for visiting my blog.   I am so excited with the Serie A games and hope you are too.  How are your teams doing?  Here is the 2014 – 2015 Italian Serie A Standing / Serie A Table.  Italy defending champions are Juventus. The season will end on May 31 2015. The Serie A is Italy official football league.   Up to Week 9, we have a two way race for the Scudetto with Juventus and AS Roma having 22 points each!!!!  Yep.  Juventus defeated by Genoa wasted the chance to keep the sole leadership while AS Roma defeated Cesena reaching Juventus for the leadership!.

 

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2014 – 2015 Italian Serie A Table / Serie A Standing

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2014 – 2015 Italian Serie A Top Scorers Table / Serie A Top Scorers Standing Week 9

 

Players Goals Presence Penalties Minutes Played
1. Callejón José María 7 9 0 751
2. Honda Keisuke 6 9 0 754
Tevez Carlos Alberto 6 8 2 729
4. Cassano Antonio 5 8 1 767
Di Natale Antonio 5 9 0 731
Djordjevic Filip 5 8 0 612
Icardi Mauro Emanuel 5 9 2 713
8. Babacar 4 8 0 635
Destro Mattia 4 8 0 494
Ekdal Albin 4 9 0 730
Gabbiadini Manolo 4 7 0 600
Higuaín Gonzalo 4 9 1 756
Matri Alessandro 4 8 0 472
Osvaldo Pablo Daniel 4 6 0 470
Quagliarella Fabio 4 9 0 794
Sau Marco 4 9 0 753
17. Berardi Domenico 3 6 1 487
Danilo Avelar 3 9 2 858
Ménez Jérémy 3 9 2 686
Pinilla 3 7 0 485
Pucciarelli Manuel 3 9 0 572
Théréau Cyril 3 9 0 497
Tonelli Lorenzo 3 8 0 754
Vazquez Franco 3 9 0 796
Vidal 3 7 1 447
26. Belotti Andrea 2 9 0 483
Boakye Yiadom Richmond 2 8 0 471
Bonaventura Giacomo (Atalanta 0, Milan 2) 2 9 0 615
Candreva Antonio 2 8 0 720
Coda Massimo 2 8 0 447
Cossu Andrea 2 8 1 732
De Jong Nigel 2 8 0 767
Dybala Paulo 2 9 0 774
Floccari Sergio 2 5 0 335
Florenzi Alessandro 2 9 0 422
Gastaldello Daniele 2 7 0 622
Guarin 2 5 0 252
Hamsik Marek 2 7 0 511
Hernanes 2 9 0 622
Ionita Artur 2 7 0 509
Kovacic Mateo 2 9 0 810
Ljajic Adem 2 7 0 417
Mauri Stefano 2 5 0 243
Muntari Sulley Ali 2 8 0 659
Nico Lopez 2 6 0 185
Paloschi Alberto 2 8 0 511
Parolo Marco 2 8 0 773
Rodriguez 2 5 1 217
Tachtsidis Panagiotis 2 8 0 767
Totti Francesco 2 6 2 433
Zaza Simone 2 6 0 527
52. Acerbi Francesco 1 5 0 478
Antonini Luca 1 5 0 310
Bertolacci Andrea 1 8 0 584
Biglia Lucas Rodrigo 1 5 0 422
Bonucci Leonardo 1 9 0 861
Borja Valero 1 7 0 582
Cascione Emmanuel 1 7 1 665
Croce Daniele 1 9 0 772
Cuadrado 1 7 0 615
Danilo 1 9 0 858
Darmian Matteo 1 8 0 698
De Ceglie Paolo 1 5 0 358
De Guzman Jonathan 1 5 0 129
De Rossi Daniele 1 6 0 539
Defrel André Gregoire 1 6 0 357
Denis German Gustavo 1 9 0 655
Estigarribia Marcelo 1 6 0 470
Farnerud Alexander 1 1 0 80
Felipe 1 7 0 652
Fernandes 1 8 0 530
Gervinho 1 8 0 615
Glik Kamil 1 8 0 748
Gonzalez Giancarlo 1 3 0 287
Hallfredsson Emil 1 5 0 359
Heurtaux Thomas 1 9 0 858
Ibarbo Victor 1 8 0 678
Ilicic Josip 1 8 0 453
Insigne Lorenzo 1 9 0 603
Iturbe Juan Manuel 1 4 0 209
Izco Mariano Julio 1 3 0 256
Klose Miroslav 1 6 0 258
Koulibaly Kalidou 1 9 0 861
Kurtic Jasmin (Sassuolo 0, Fiorentina 1) 1 7 0 519
Lichtsteiner Stephan 1 9 0 791
Llorente 1 9 0 641
Lucarelli Alessandro 1 8 0 764
Lulic Senad 1 8 0 660
Maccarone Massimo 1 6 0 361
Marchisio Claudio 1 9 0 799
Marilungo Guido 1 8 0 762
Mauri José 1 6 0 488
Maxi Lopez 1 8 0 603
Meggiorini Riccardo 1 5 0 264
Missiroli Simone 1 7 0 481
Morata 1 5 0 115
Nainggolan Radja 1 9 0 753
Obiang 1 9 0 722
Okaka Stefano Chuka 1 9 0 846
Perotti Diego 1 8 0 712
Pjanic Miralem 1 9 0 646
Pogba Paul Labile 1 8 0 702
Rami Adil 1 6 0 514
Rigoni Luca 1 9 0 814
Romagnoli Alessio (Sampdoria 1, Roma 0) 1 7 0 507
Rugani Daniele 1 9 0 848
Succi Davide 1 2 0 115
Taider Saphir Sliti 1 8 0 520
Tavano Francesco 1 9 1 568
Tomovic Nenad 1 7 0 586
Toni Luca 1 8 1 666
Torres Sanz Fernando José 1 7 0 407
Zapata Duvan Esteban 1 4 0 118
Zukanovic Ervin 1 5 0 473

Source:  Legaseriea.it / panini digital

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Result HELLAS VERONA 1 – 1 LAZIO, Goal by Lulic, Thursday 30 October 2014, Serie A Week 9

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42% Ball Possession HELLAS VERONA and 58% Ball Possession LAZIO
Hellas Verona Hellas Verona 1 – 1 Lazio SS Lazio

69′  Luca Toni (pen)                      38′Senad Lulic

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Hellas Verona, 12th position with 11 points and a negative goal difference of -5
Lazio, 6th position with 15 points and a positive goal difference of +7

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
6 Lazio 8 5 0 3 15:8 7 15
12 Verona 8 3 2 3 9:14 -5 11

 

 

Lazio causing an upset at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium!   A golden draw helping Lazio jumped from the 6th to the 3rd position overtaking AC Milan who now fall in the 4th position.

It is Lazio forward Senad Lulic to open the score in the 38th minute defeating Hellas Verona goalkeeper Rafael with a right footed shot in the center.

A blow for Lazio because in the 68th minute Referee Irrati gives a penalty to Hellas Verona conceded by Lazio defender Luis Cavanda after a foul on Verona forward Gomez.   Here is the situation. It’s the second yellow card for Cavanda , so, he gets the automatic red card leaving Lazio with 10 players!   Taking the penalty spot is Verona forward Luca Toni who without a problem converts the penalty with a right footed shot defeating Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti in the bottom left corner.   It’s the second goal for Luca Toni this season.

Here is HELLAS VERONA official starting lineup by coach Andrea Mandorlini:

Hellas Verona (4-3-3): D. A. Rafael; Martić, Moras, Márquez, Agostini; Campanharo, Tachtsidis, Hallfreðsson; Nico López, Toni, Jankovic

Here is LAZIO official starting lineup by coach Stefano Pioli:

Lazio (4-3-3): Marchetti; Cavanda, de Vrij, Cana, Radu; Parolo, Biglia, Onazi; Candreva, Djordjević, Lulić.

AFTER the game. Top scorer for HELLAS VERONA: Ionita, Lopez, and Tachtsidis with 2 goals each

Top scorer for LAZIO: Filip Djordjevic with 5 goals

Hellas Verona Goals Goals Lazio
Ionita, Artur 2 5 Djordjevic, Filip
Lopez, Nicolas 2 2 Parolo, Marco
Tachtsidis, Panagiotis 2 2 Mauri, Stefano
Toni, Luca 2 2 Candreva, Antonio
Hallfredsson, Emil 1 1 Klose, Miroslav

 

Here are the last 3 games of HELLAS VERONA:  1 win, 2 lost

26/10/14 SA Napoli - Verona 6:2 Round 8
19/10/14 SA Verona - Milan 1:3 Round 7
04/10/14 SA Verona - Cagliari 1:0 Round 6

 

Here are the last 3 games of LAZIO:

26/10/14 SA Lazio - Turin 2:1 Round 8
19/10/14 SA Fiorentina - Lazio 0:2 Round 7
05/10/14 SA Lazio - Sassuolo 3:2 Round 6

 


Serie A tickets2014 – 2015 Italian Serie A Week 9

Hellas Verona 1 – 1 Lazio
Thursday 30 October 2014
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi  Stadium
Verona, Italy

20:45

Referee: IRRATI
Assistants: MUSOLINO – FIORITO
Fourth Official: PASSERI
ADD1: GUIDA
ADD2: ABBATTISTA

Goals: 38′Senad Lulic

Official formations  – lineups:

Hellas Verona (4-3-3): D. A. Rafael; Martić, Moras, Márquez, Agostini; Campanharo, Tachtsidis, Hallfreðsson; Nico López, Toni, Jankovic.

Subs.: Benussi, Gollini, Sorensen, Luna, Brivio, Ionita, Gonzalez, Christodoulopoulos, Valoti, Saviola, Nené, J. Gomez.

Coach. Andrea Mandorlini.

Lazio (4-3-3): Marchetti; Cavanda, de Vrij, Cana, Radu; Parolo, Biglia, Onazi; Candreva, Djordjević, Lulić.

Subs.: Berisha, Strakosha, Novaretti, Braafheid, Pereirinha, Ledesma, Gonzalez, Klose, Ederson, F. Anderson.

Coach Stefano Pioli.

Week 9 Serie A Results 2014-2016 | Roundup 9, Italy Serie A, Tuesday 28, Wednesday 29, and Thursday 30 October 2014, Matchday 9

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Hello my friends. Here is Italy Serie RESULTS for Week 9 – Matchday 9 on Tuesday 28, Wednesday 29, and Thursday 30 October 2014.   Round 9 Serie A Roundup .

Highlight in this Week 9 round is the historical record of Juventus goalkeeper Gigi  Buffon playing his 500th game in Serie A.  A sour celebration because Genoa defeated Juventus.   It’s an ex-Milan duel because the ex Milan defender Luca Antonini scored the winner goal in the 94th minute to defeat his ex Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri directing now Juventus.

The top scorer up to Round 8: Napoli forward Jose Maria Callejon with 7 goals

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Top Serie A teams standing AFTER Serie A Week 9 games. First 3 qualifying for Champions League, 4 and 5 for Europa League.

Champions League Tickets-Juventus, 1st position with 22 points and a positive goal difference of +12

-AS Roma, 2nd position with 22 points and a positive goal difference of +12

- Lazio, 3rd position with 16 points and a positive goal difference of +7

UEFA Europa League-AC Milan, 4th position with 16 points and a positive goal difference of +6

- Sampdoria, 5th positions with 16 points and a positive goal difference of +4

Relegation Zone:  Cesena, 18th position with 6 points and a negative goal difference of – 9.
Chievo Verona, 19th position with 4 points and a negative goal difference of -9.
Parma,. 20th position with 3 point and a negative goal difference of -9.

 

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Thursday 30 October 2014

Hellas Verona 1 – 1 Lazio

 

Hellas Verona Match Stats Lazio
1 Goals 1
11(3) Shots (on goal) 10(3)
13 Fouls 14
2 Corner kicks 3
2 Offsides 2
42% Time of Possession 58%
2 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 1
2 Saves 2
Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
6 Lazio 8 5 0 3 15:8 7 15
12 Verona 8 3 2 3 9:14 -5 11

 

Here are HELLAS VERONA vs LAZIO official formations – lineups for the Serie A Week 9 on Thursday 30 October 2014 at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium in Verona, Italy at 20:45

 

Hellas Verona (4-3-3): D. A. Rafael; Martić, Moras, Márquez, Agostini; Campanharo, Tachtsidis, Hallfreðsson; Nico López, Toni, Jankovic.

Subs.: Benussi, Gollini, Sorensen, Luna, Brivio, Ionita, Gonzalez, Christodoulopoulos, Valoti, Saviola, Nené, J. Gomez.

Coach. Andrea Mandorlini.

Lazio (4-3-3): Marchetti; Cavanda, de Vrij, Cana, Radu; Parolo, Biglia, Onazi; Candreva, Djordjević, Lulić.

Subs.: Berisha, Strakosha, Novaretti, Braafheid, Pereirinha, Ledesma, Gonzalez, Klose, Ederson, F. Anderson.

Coach Stefano Pioli.

AC MILAN-PALERMO HISTORY for Serie A Week 10

 

MILAN – Please see below for a look at the precedents between Milan-Palermo in the first part of the season, the former players from the past and the present, the moments that made history and the form of the two teams ahead of this Sunday’s Round 10 Serie A match.

THE LAST 5 MATCHES

Season 2011/12: Milan-Palermo 3-0. Round 7.
Season 2010/11: Milan-Palermo 3-1. Round 11.
Season 2009/10: Milan-Palermo 0-2. Round 16.
Season 2006/07: Milan-Palermo 0-2. Round 7.
Season 2005/06: Milan-Palermo 2-1. Round 8.

FORMER PLAYERS:

Milan: Cristian Zaccardo (at Palermo from 2004 to 2008)
Palermo: there are currently no former Milan players in the Palermo squad.

The following have played for both sides: Antonio Nocerino (at Milan from 2011 to January 2014. Currently on loan at Torino. At Palermo from 2008 to 2011), Matias Silvestre (at Milan for the 2013/2014 season, at Palermo in the 2011/2012 season), Davide Di Gennaro (came through the AC Milan Youth Sector, part of the first-team squad for the 2006/2007 season and the first six months of the 2009/2010 season. At Palermo for the 2013/2014 season), Massimo Donati (at Milan for the 2001/2002 season and at Palermo for the 2012/2013 season), Massimo Maccarone (came through the AC Milan Youth Sector, at Palermo from June 2010 to January 2011), Matteo Darmian (at Milan from 2006 to 2009. At Palermo in the 2010/2011 season) and Marco Amelia (at Palermo for the 2008/2009 season and at Milan from 2010 to 2014).

HISTORIC MOMENT. Milan-Palermo 2-1. Season 2005/06. Round 8. The relief as Filippo Inzaghi embraced his coach Carlo Ancelotti after he scored the winning goal on 78 minutes sums up the difficulties the rossoneri faced against Palermo that day who made Milan work hard for the 3 points. The Sicilians, coached by Del Neri at the time, took the lead on 28 minutes through Caracciolo. However, Gattuso made sure that Palermo’s lead didn’t last long and equalised one minute later with a splendid left foot lob. The match seemed to be heading for a draw until Inzaghi popped up to score the winner with just over 10 minutes left to play. Inzaghi’s winner gave the rossoneri 3 precious points which were also vital to the team’s morale.

MILAN’S LAST 5 MATCHES IN SERIE A:

Season 2014/15. Cagliari-Milan 1-1
Season 2014/15. Milan-Fiorentina 1-1
Season 2014/15. Hellas Verona-Milan 1-3
Season 2014/15. Milan-Chievo Verona 2-0
Season 2014/15. Cesena-Milan 1-1

PALERMO’S LAST 5 MATCHES IN SERIE A:

Season 2014/15. Palermo-Chievo Verona 1-0
Season 2014/15. Juventus-Palermo 2-0
Season 2014/15. Palermo-Cesena 2-1
Season 2014/15. Empoli-Palermo 3-0
Season 2014/15. Palermo-Lazio 0-4

MONTOLIVO: AC MILAN OFFICIAL STATEMENT, fractured left tibia has healed.

AC Milan would like to communicate that Riccardo Montolivo underwent a visit today from professor Herbert Schoenhuber and Riccardo Accetta, the two surgeons that operated on him on the 2nd of June earlier this year. The outcome of the medical visit was positive and revealed that the fractured left tibia has healed. Montolivo will now begin the athletic preparation before resuming training again gradually with the side.

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