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Result SAMPDORIA 1 – 1 CAGLIARI, Goals by Quagliarella and Isla, Sunday 19 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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62% Ball Possession SAMPDORIA and 38% Ball Possession CAGLIARI
UC Sampdoria Sampdoria 1 – 1 CagliariCagliari
22′ Fabio Quagliarella              6′ Mauricio Isla
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sampdoria, 10th position with 33 points and a negative goal difference of -1
Cagliari, 14th position with 27 points and a negative goal difference of -18

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
10 Sampdoria 24 9 6 9 29:30 -1 33
14 Cagliari 24 8 3 13 32:50 -18 27

 

Sampdoria failing to win the home game to claim all three points.   Yet, it gained one point after being down by a goal.  Simply put, is better to win at least 1 point than losing all three.

It is Cagliari to open the score in the 6th minute.  Midfielder Mauricio Isla defeating Sampdoria goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano with a right footed shot in the top right corner. The headed assist is by Artur Ionita.

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Sampdoria equalizing in the 22nd minute.  It is forward Fabio Quagliarella defeating Cagliari goalkeeper Rafael with a left footed shot in the top right corner.  This is the 5th goal of the season by Quagliarella.

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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of SAMPDORIA:  Luis Muriel with 9 goals

Top scorer of CAGLIARI:  Marco Borriello with 10 goals

Sampdoria Goals Goals Cagliari
Muriel, Luis 9 10 Borriello, Marco
Schick, Patrik 6 4 Farias, Diego
Quagliarella, Fabio 4 4 Sau, Marco
Fernandes, Bruno 3 3 Melchiorri, Federico
Barreto, Edgar 2 2 Dessena, Daniele

Stats.   Here are the last 3 games of SAMPDORIA:  3 wins

12/02/17 SA Sampdoria Bologna 3:1 24
05/02/17 SA Milan Sampdoria 0:1 23
29/01/17 SA Sampdoria Roma 3:2 22

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of CAGLIARI:  1 draw, 2 lost

12/02/17 SA Cagliari Juventus 0:2 24
05/02/17 SA Atalanta Cagliari 2:0 23
29/01/17 SA Cagliari Bologna 1:1 22

 

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Serie A tickets2016 – 2017 Italian Serie A Week 25

Sampdoria 1 – 1 Cagliari
Sunday 19 February 2017
Luigi Ferraris Stadium
Genoa, Italy

15:00

Referee: MASSA
Assistants: RANGHETTI – DEL GIOVANE
Fourth Official: LIBERTI
ADD1: PAIRETTO
ADD2: DI MARTINO

Goals:  6′ Mauricio Isla (C), 22′ Fabio Quagliarella (S)

Official lineups – formations:

SAMPDORIA: Viviano, Pavlovic, Bereszynksi, Silvestre, Skriniar, Torreira, Fernandes, Praet, Barreto, Quagliarella, Muriel.

Subs: Puggioni, Krapikas, Dodò, Schick, Linetty, Palombo, Regini, Cigarini, Sala, Djurici, Baumgartner, Budimir.

Coach:  Marco Giampaolo.

CAGLIARI: Gabriel; Isla, Pisacane, Bruno Alves, Murru; Ionita, Tachtsidis, Dessena, Padoin, João Pedro; Sau.

Subs: Colombo, Rafael; Capuano, Miangue, Salamon; Deiola, Di Gennaro; Ibarbo, Borriello.

Coach: Rastelli.

 

Result UDINESE 1 – 2 SASSUOLO, Goals by Fofana and Defrel, Sunday 19 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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45% Ball Possession UDINESE and 55% Ball Possession SASSUOLO
Udinese Udinese 1 – 2 Sassuolo Sassuolo
7′ Seko Fofana                     70′ Gregoire Defrel
.                                                  79′ Gregoire Defrel
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sassuolo, 15th position with 27 points and a negative goal difference of -7
Udinese, 12th position with 29 points and a negative goal difference of -5

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
12 Udinese 24 8 5 11 27:32 -5 29
15 Sassuolo 24 8 3 13 33:40 -7 27

Sassuolo overturning the result to claim this important away victory.   Sassuolo climbing from the 15th to the 12th position while Udinese went down from the 12th to the 13th position.

Things started well for Udinese when opening the score in the 7th minute, but then collapsed.  It is midfielder Seko Fofana to defeat Sassuolo goalkeeper Andrea Consigli with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner.  The assist is by Emmanuel Badu.

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Sassuolo equalizing in the 70th minute following a corner conceded by Udinese defender Danilo.  It is forward Gregoire Defrel to defeat Udinese goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis with a left footed shot in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Lorenzo Pellegrini with a cross following a corner.

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Definitely, a great match for Defrel scoring his second goal in the 79th minute.  Defrel’s goal giving the victory to Sassuolo and you bet delighting all their fans.

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Here is UDINESE official starting lineup – formation by coach Luigi Delneri:

UDINESE (4-3-3): Karnezis; Widmer, Danilo, Felipe, Samir; Fofana, Hallfreðsson, Badu; De Paul, Zapata, Théréau.

Here is SASSUOLO official starting lineup by coach Eusebio Di Francesco:

SASSUOLO (4-3-3): Consigli; Gazzola, Peluso, Acerbi, Dell’Orco; Aquilani, Pellegrini, Duncan; Berardi, Matri, Politano.

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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of UDINESE:  Cyril Thereau with 9 goals

Top scorer of SASSUOLO:  Gregoire Defrel with 6 goals

Udinese Goals Goals Sassuolo
Thereau, Cyril 9 6 Defrel, Gregoire
Zapata, Duvan 5 6 Matri, Alessandro
Fofana, Seko 4 5 Pellegrini, Lorenzo
Perica, Stipe 3 3 Politano, Matteo
Danilo 2 3 Acerbi, Francesco

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of UDINESE:  1 win, 1 draw, 1 lost

16/02/17 CFG Udinese Terek Grozny 4:2
11/02/17 SA Fiorentina Udinese 3:0 24
05/02/17 SA Chievo Udinese 0:0 23

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of SASSUOLO:  1 win, 2 lost

12/02/17 SA Sassuolo Chievo 1:3 24
05/02/17 SA Genoa Sassuolo 0:1 23
29/01/17 SA Sassuolo Juventus 0:2 22

 

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Udinese 1 – 2 Sassuolo
Sunday 19 February 2017
Friuli Stadium
Udine, Italy

15:00

Referee: TAGLIAVENTO
Assistants: DI FIORE – BRESMES
Fourth Official: LO CICERO
ADD1: GIACOMELLI
ADD2: RAPUANO

Goals:  7′ Seko Fofana (U),  70′ Gregoire Defrel (S),   79′ Gregoire Defrel (S)

Official lineups – formations:

UDINESE (4-3-3): Karnezis; Widmer, Danilo, Felipe, Samir; Fofana, Hallfreðsson, Badu; De Paul, Zapata, Théréau.

Subs: Scuffet, Perisan, Angella, Ali Adnan, Gabriel Silva, Heurtaux, Jankto, Kums, Balić, Perica, Matos, Ewandro.

Coach:  Luigi Delneri.

SASSUOLO (4-3-3): Consigli; Gazzola, Peluso, Acerbi, Dell’Orco; Aquilani, Pellegrini, Duncan; Berardi, Matri, Politano.

Subs: Pomini, Pegolo, Cannavaro, Adjapong, Missiroli, Sensi, Mazzitelli, Iemmello, Defrel, Ricci.

Coach: Di Francesco.

Result AC MILAN 2 – 1 FIORENTINA, Goals by Kucka, Deulofeu, and Kalinic, Sunday 19 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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38% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 62% Ball Possession FIORENTINA
AC MilanAC Milan 2 – 1 Fiorentina ACF Fiorentina
16′ Juraj Kucka                    20’Nikola Kalinic
31′ Gerard Deulofeu

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
AC Milan, 7th position with 41 points and a positive goal difference of +6
Fiorentina, 8th position with 40 points and a positive goal difference of +8

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
7 Milan 24 12 5 7 34:28 6 41
8 Fiorentina 24 11 7 6 41:33 8 40

 

AC Milan highly motivated to pursue their quest for a spot at least in the Europa League next season.  Milan getting back to the winning path after defeating Fiorentina on Sunday 19 February 2017 at the San Siro Stadium.

It’s a major blow for Fiorentina because their chances for a spot in the Europa League risk big time next season losing now their 7th game.  Status quo remain the same.  AC Milan remaining in the 7th position reaching 44 points while Fiorentina keeps the 8th position with 40 points.

It’s AC Milan to open the score with midfielder Juraj Kucka defeating Fiorentina goalkeeper Tătărușanu with a headed shot in the bottom left corner.   The assist is  by José Sosa.

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Fiorentina equalizing for the 1-1 in the 20th minute.  It is forward Nikola Kalinic to level the situation defeating from close range AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma with a left footed in the bottom left corner.   The assist is by midfielder Federico Chiesa with a cross.

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AC Milan taking the lead again in the 31st minute.  It is forward Gerard Deulofeu to score delivering a right footed shot in the bottom right corner.  The assist is by midfielder Mario Pasalic.  It’s the first goal as a Milan player by Deulofeu.

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  • There are  154 total precedents between AC Milan and Fiorentina in Serie A.   Stats showing AC Milan with 69 wins and Fiorention with 42 wins and 42 draws.   As for the 76 games in San Siro, stats showing  AC Milan with 45 wins, Fiorentina with 11 wins, and 20 draws.

Here is AC MILAN official starting lineup by coach Vincenzo Montella:

AC MILAN (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Abate, Gómez, Paletta, Vangioni; Kucka, Sosa, Pašalić; Suso, Bacca, Deulofeu.

Here is FIORENTINA official starting lineup by coach Paulo Sousa:

FIORENTINA (3-4-2-1): Tătărușanu; Sánchez, Rodríguez, Astori; Chiesa, Cristoforo, Vecino, Salcedo; Iličić, Borja Valero; Kalinić.

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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of AC MILAN:  Carlos Bacca with 8 goals

Top scorer of FIORENTINA:  Nikola Kalinic and Federico Bernardeschi with 10 goals each

AC Milan Goals Goals Player
Bacca, Carlos 8 10 Kalinic, Nikola
Suso 6 10 Bernardeschi, Federico
Lapadula, Gianluca 4 6 Tello
Bonaventura, Giacomo 3 5 Babacar, Khouma
Niang, Mbaye 3 4 Ilicic, Josip

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of AC MILAN: 1 win, 1 draw, 1 lost

13/02/17 SA Lazio Milan 1:1 24
08/02/17 SA Bologna Milan 0:1 18
05/02/17 SA Milan Sampdoria 0:1 23

Stats.   Here are the last 3 games of FIORENTINA: 2 wins, 1 lost

16/02/17 UELK M’gladbach Fiorentina 0:1 1
11/02/17 SA Fiorentina Udinese 3:0 24
07/02/17 SA Roma Fiorentina 4:0 23

 

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AC Milan 2 – 1 Fiorentina
Sunday 19 February 2017
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:45

Referee: VALERI
Assistants: GIALLATINI – PRETI
Fourth Official: CARBONE
ADD1: CALVARESE
ADD2: MARESCA

Goals: 16′ Juraj Kucka (M),  20’Nikola Kalinic (F), 31′ Gerard Deulofeu (M)

Official lineups – formations:

AC MILAN (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Abate, Gómez, Paletta, Vangioni; Kucka, Sosa, Pašalić; Suso, Bacca, Deulofeu.

Subs: Storari, Plizzari, Calabria, Zapata, Locatelli, M. Fernández, Honda, Poli, Bertolacci, Ocampos, Lapadula.

Coach:  Vincenzo Montella.

FIORENTINA (3-4-2-1): Tătărușanu; Sánchez, Rodríguez, Astori; Chiesa, Cristoforo, Vecino, Salcedo; Iličić, Borja Valero; Kalinić.

Subs: Sportiello, Satalino, De Maio, Olivera, Milić, Tomović, Badelj, Tello, Saponara, Babacar, Hagi.

Coach: Sousa.

Result AS ROMA 4 – 1 TORINO, Goals by Dzeko, Salah, Nainggolan, Paredes, and López, Sunday 19 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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48% Ball Possession AS ROMA and 52% Ball Possession TORINO
AS Roma AS Roma 4 – 1 Torino Torino FC
10′ Edin Dzeko                      84′ Maxi López
17′ Mohamed Salah
65′ Leandro Paredes
92′ Radja Nainggolan
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Torino, 9th position with 35 points and a positive goal difference of +9
AS Roma, 3rd position with 53 points and a positive goal difference of +29

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
3 Roma 24 17 2 5 50:21 29 53
9 Turin 24 9 8 7 45:36 9 35

 

The Roman gladiators living a great moment highly motivated after defeating in Europa League Villarreal with a 0-4 in Spain.   Roma keeping up the race for the Scudetto.

It’s AS Roma to open the score in the 10th minute.  Forward Edin Dzeko defeating Torino goalkeeper Joe Hart with a right footed shot in the bottom right corner.   The assist is by midfielder Radja Nainggolan. This is the 19th goal of the season by Dzeko reaching now Napoli forward Gonzalo Higuain with 19 goals each as top scorers of the Serie A up to Week 25.

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The second goal of the match arriving in the 17th minute.  It is midfielder Mohamed Salah to score with a left footed shot in  to the bottom right corner.

Torino just collapsing at the Olimpico!    Roma scoring the third goal of the match following a corner conceded by Torino defender  Lorenzo De Silvestri.  In the 65th minute, it is midfielder Leandro Paredes to defeat goalkeeper Hart with a right footed shot in the bottom right corner.

Torino shortening the distance in the 84th minute.  The honor goal is by Argentinean forward Maxi López defeating AS Roma goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny with a right footed shot in the bottom left corner.

The final poker in favor of the Roman gladiators arriving in the 92nd minute.  The assist is by Captain Francesco Toti to midfielder Radja Nainggolan delivering a right footed shot in the bottom right corner.

  • Here is AS ROMA official starting lineup by coach Luciano Spalletti:
AS ROMA (3-4-2-1): Szczesny; Manolas, Fazio, Juan Jesus; Peres, Paredes, Strootman, Emerson; Salah, Nainggolan; Dzeko.
  • Here is TORINO official starting lineup by coach Sinisa Mihajlovic:
TORINO (4-3-3): Hart; Zappacosta, De Silvestri, Moretti, Barreca; Benassi, Lukic, Baselli; Falque, Belotti, Ljajic.

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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of AS ROMA:  Edin Dzeko with 18 goals

Top scorer of TORINO:  Andrea Belotti with 17 goals

AS Roma Goals Goals Torino
Dzeko, Edin 18 17 Belotti, Andrea
Salah, Mohamed 8 10 Falque, Iago
Perotti, Diego 6 6 Ljajic, Adem
Nainggolan, Radja 6 5 Benassi, Marco
El Shaarawy, Stephan 3 4 Baselli, Daniele

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of AS ROMA:  3 wins

16/02/17 UELK Villarreal Roma 0:4 1
12/02/17 SA Crotone Roma 0:2 24
07/02/17 SA Roma Fiorentina 4:0 23

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of TORINO:  1 win, 2 draws

12/02/17 SA Turin Pescara 5:3 24
05/02/17 SA Empoli Turin 1:1 23
29/01/17 SA Turin Atalanta 1:1 22

 

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AS Roma goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny vs Torino goalkeeper Joe Hart


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AS Roma 3 – 1 Torino
Sunday 19 February 2017
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy

18:00

Referee: GUIDA
Assistants: MARZALONI – PERETTI
Fourth Official: FIORITO
ADD1: ORSATO
ADD2: AURELIANO

Goals:  10′ Edin Dzeko (R), 17′ Mohamed Salah (R), 65′ Leandro Paredes (R), 84′ Maxi López (T)

Official lineups – formations:

AS ROMA (3-4-2-1): Szczesny; Manolas, Fazio, Juan Jesus; Peres, Paredes, Strootman, Emerson; Salah, Nainggolan; Dzeko.
Subs: Lobont, Alisson, Rudiger, Grenier, Perotti, Totti, Vermaelen, De Rossi, Mario Rui, Gerson, El Shaarawy.
Coach:  Luciano Spalletti.
TORINO (4-3-3): Hart; Zappacosta, De Silvestri, Moretti, Barreca; Benassi, Lukic, Baselli; Falque, Belotti, Ljajic.
Subs: Padelli, Cucchietti, Acquah, Lopez, Gustafson, Valdifiori, Iturbe, Avelar, Boyè, Ajeti.
Coach:  Sinisa Mihajlovic.

Result CHIEVO VERONA 1 – 3 NAPOLI, Goals by Insigne, Hamsik, Zielinski, and Meggiorini, Sunday 19 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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36% Ball Possession CHIEVO VERONA and 64% Ball Possession NAPOLI
Chievo Verona Chievo Verona 1 – 3 Napoli SSC Napoli
72′ Riccardo Meggiorini             31′ Lorenzo Insigne
.                                                            38′ Marek Hamsik
.                                                            58′ Piotr Zielinski

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Chievo Verona, 11th position with 32 points and a negative goal difference of -6
Napoli , 3rd position with 51 points and a positive goal difference of +31

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
3 Napoli 24 15 6 3 57:26 31 51
11 Chievo 24 9 5 10 25:31 -6 32

 

Napoli returning to the winning path after the defeat in Champions League against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.  Tough day for Chievo Verona losing their 11th game this season.

It is Napoli to open the score in the 31st minute.  Forward Lorenzo Insigne defeating Chievo Verona goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by defender Elseid Hysaj.   It’s the 8th goal of the season by Insigne in Serie A.  Way to go for Insigne who also scored against Real Madrid.

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Surely, Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri must be happy seeing the response of the squad.  Captain Marek Hamsik increasing the score in the 38th minute.   Hamsik defeating goalkeeper Sorrentino with a right footed shot in the top left corner.  The assist is by midfielder Allan.  This is the 10th goal of the season by Hamsik.

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Rocking time for Napoli crushing Chievo.   In the 58th minute the goal by midfielder Piotr Zielinski with a right footed shot to the center.  The assist is by Lorenzo Insigne.   It’s a bad day for Chievo goalkeeper Sorrentino and the defense.

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Chievo Verona scoring their “honor goal” in the 72nd minute.  It is forward Riccardo Meggiorini defeating Napoli goalkeeper with a left footed shot in the bottom left corner. The assist is by Jonathan de Guzmán with a through ball.

Here is CHIEVO VERONA official starting lineup – formation by coach Rolando Maran:

CHIEVO VERONA (4-3-1-2): Sorrentino; Caccciatore, Gamberini, Spolli, Gobbi; Castro, Radovanovic, Izco; Casto; Birsa, Inglese.

Here is NAPOLI official starting lineup by coach Maurizio Sarri:

NAPOLI (4-3-3): Reina; Hysaj, Koulibaly, Maksimović, Ghoulam; Allan, Jorginho, Hamšík; Callejón, Pavoletti, Insigne.

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Stats BEFORE the game.   Top scorer of CHIEVO VERONA:  Roberto Inglese with 6 goals

Top scorer of NAPOLI:  Dries Mertens with 16 goals

Chievo Verona Goals Goals Napoli
Inglese, Roberto 6 16 Mertens, Dries
Pellissier, Sergio 5 9 Hamsik, Marek
Birsa, Valter 4 8 Callejon, Jose
Castro, Lucas 2 7 Insigne, Lorenzo
Meggiorini, Riccardo 2 4 Milik, Arek

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of CHIEVO VERONA:  2 wins, 1 draw

12/02/17 SA Sassuolo Chievo 1:3 24
05/02/17 SA Chievo Udinese 0:0 23
28/01/17 SA Lazio Chievo 0:1 22

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of NAPOLI:  2 wins, 1 lost

15/02/17 UCLK Real Madrid Napoli 3:1 1/8
10/02/17 SA Napoli Genoa 2:0 24
04/02/17 SA Bologna Napoli 1:7 23

 

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Serie A tickets2016 – 2017 Italian Serie A Week 25

Chievo Verona 1 – 3 Napoli
Sunday 19 February 2017
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Verona, Italy

15:00

Referee: IRRATI
Assistants: VUOTO – TEGONI
Fourth Official: ALASSIO
ADD1: DOVERI
ADD2: MARIANI

Goals:  31′ Lorenzo Insigne (N), 38′ Marek Hamsik (N), 58′ Piotr Zielinski (N), 72′ Riccardo Meggiorini (C)

Official lineups – formations:

CHIEVO VERONA (4-3-1-2): Sorrentino; Caccciatore, Gamberini, Spolli, Gobbi; Castro, Radovanovic, Izco; Casto; Birsa, Inglese.

Subs: Seculin, Confente, Frey, Dainelli, Cesar, Sardo, Rigoni, Bastien, De Guzman, Depaoli, Gakpé, Meggiorini.

Coach:  Rolando Maran.

NAPOLI (4-3-3): Reina; Hysaj, Koulibaly, Maksimović, Ghoulam; Allan, Jorginho, Hamšík; Callejón, Pavoletti, Insigne.

Subs: Sepe, Rafael, Strinić, Giaccherini, Maggio, Zieliński, Chiricheș, Rog, Albiol, Diawara, Mertens, Milik.

Coach: Maurizio Sarri.

 

 

 

Result PESCARA 5 – 0 GENOA, Goals by Orban, Caprari, and Benali, Sunday 19 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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43% Ball Possession PESCARA and 57% Ball Possession GENOA
Pescara 5  – 0 Genoa Genoa CFC
6′ Lucas Orban (own goal)
19′ Gianluca Caprari
31′ Ahmad Benali
81′ Gianluca Caprari
87′ Alberto Cerri
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Genoa, 16th position with 25 points and a negative goal difference of -8
Pescara, 20th position with 9 points and a negative goal difference of -33

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
16 Genoa 24 6 7 11 27:35 -8 25
20 Pescara 24 1 6 17 22:55 -33 9

 

Pescara starting “The New Era” with the debut of coach Zdenek Zeman after the sacking of former coach Massimo Oddo.   Pescara  starting their sprint race for the hope to remain in Serie A next season.  The chances are almost impossible considering Pescara winning only 2 game this season and having the worst defense of the Serie A having a negative goal difference of -28 after scoring 5 goals today.

It is Pescara to open the score.  Bad luck for Genoa.  Imagine, in the 6th minute, there is the own goal by Genoa defender Lucas Orban giving the lead to Pescara!

Well, it seems the “Zeman’s effect” is working.   Pescara gaining momentum.  Fans going wild as Pescara increases the score in the 19th minute following a corner conceded by Lucas Orban.  It is forward Gianluca Caprari to defeat Genoa goalkeeper Eugenio Lamanna with a  right footed shot in the bottom right corner.  The assist is by Cristiano Biraghi.  It’s the 6th goal of the season by Caprari.

Genoa suffering!   Pescara rocking at the Adriatico and the hope for salvation embraced by the fans.   There you go… GOALLLLLL.     In the 31st minute, the party is on with the goal by Ahmad Benali with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner.   The assist is by midfielder Ledian Memushaj with a through ball.

Here is PESCARA  official starting lineup – formation by coach Zdenek Zeman:

PESCARA (4-3-2-1): Bizzarri; Zampano, Coda, Stendardo, Biraghi; Memushaj, Bruno, Verre; Benali, Caprari; Cerri.

Here is GENOA official starting lineup by coach Ivan Jurić:

GENOA (3-4-3): Lamanna; Orbán, Burdisso, Izzo; Lazović, Hiljemark, Cataldi, Laxalt; Rigoni, Palladino, Simeone.

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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of PESCARA:  Gianluca Caprari with 5 goals

Top scorer of GENOA: Giovanni Simeone with 10 goals

Pescara Goals Goals Genoa
Caprari, Gianluca 5 10 Simeone, Giovanni
Benali, Ahmad 4 3 Ocampos, Lucas
Campagnaro, Hugo 2 3 Pavoletti, Leonardo
Manaj, Rey 2 2 Rigoni, Luca
Bahebeck, Jean Christophe 2 2 Lazovic, Darko

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of PESCARA:  3 lost

12/02/17 SA Turin Pescara 5:3 24
05/02/17 SA Pescara Lazio 2:6 23
01/02/17 SA Pescara Fiorentina 1:2 19

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of GENOA: 1 draw, 2 lost

10/02/17 SA Napoli Genoa 2:0 24
05/02/17 SA Genoa Sassuolo 0:1 23
29/01/17 SA Fiorentina Genoa 3:3 22

 

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Pescara 5 – 0 Genoa
Sunday 19 February 2017
Adriatico Stadium
Pescara, Italy

15:00

Referee: ABBATTISTA
Assistants: MANGANELLI – PEGORIN
Fourth Official: LA ROCCA
ADD1: FABBRI
ADD2: MANGANIELLO

Goals: 6′ Lucas Orban (own goal),  19′ Gianluca Caprari (P), 31′ Ahmad Benali (P), 81′ Gianluca Caprari (P),  87′ Alberto Cerri (P)

Official lineups – formations:

PESCARA (4-3-2-1): Bizzarri; Zampano, Coda, Stendardo, Biraghi; Memushaj, Bruno, Verre; Benali, Caprari; Cerri.

Coach:  Zdenek Zeman.

GENOA (3-4-3): Lamanna; Orbán, Burdisso, Izzo; Lazović, Hiljemark, Cataldi, Laxalt; Rigoni, Palladino, Simeone.

Coach:  Ivan Jurić.

Result BOLOGNA 0 – 1 INTER, Goal by Barbosa, Sunday 19 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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Bologna 0 – 1 Inter Inter
.                                              81′ Gabriel Barbosa
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Inter, 6th position with 45 points and a positive goal difference of +15
Bologna, 13th position with 27 points and a negative goal difference of -14

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
6 Inter 24 14 3 7 39:24 15 45
13 Bologna 24 7 6 11 23:37 -14 27

 

Inter pressing to remain in the top 5 positions for a spot in the Europa League next season.   Bologna playing to gain momentum winning only 7 games this season.

Great moment for Inter player Gabigol!   Inter opening the score in the 81st minute with Gabriel Barbosa scoring his first goal in Serie A for Inter.   Barbosa defeating Bologna goalkeeper Da Costa from close range with a left footed shot in the bottom left corner.   The assist is by Danilo D’Ambrosio.  A goal giving the lead to Inter at the Renato Dall’Ara Stadium.

Barbosa started as a substitute replacing Antonio Candreva in the 71st minute.  Good response after the goal embracing the support of the fans.

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  • There are 69 precedents between Bologna – Inter at the Renato Dall’Ara Stadium.  Stats showing Bologna with 29 wins, 13 draws, and Inter with 27 wins.

Here is BOLOGNA official starting lineup by coach Roberto Donadoni:

BOLOGNA (4-3-3): Da Costa; M’Baye, Torosidis, Oikonomou, Masina; Džemaili, Pulgar, Nagy; Verdi, Petković, Krejčí.

Here is INTER official starting lineup by coach Stefano Pioli:

INTER (4-2-3-1): Handanović; Murillo, Medel, Miranda, D’Ambrosio; Gagliardini, João Mário; Candreva, Éder, Perišić; Palacio.
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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of BOLOGNA:  Blerim Dzemaili with 6 goals

Top scorer of INTER:  Mauro Icardi with 15 goals

Bologna Goals Goals Inter
Dzemaili, Blerim 6 15 Icardi, Mauro
Destro, Mattia 5 7 Perisic, Ivan
Verdi, Simone 4 4 Candreva, Antonio
Taider, Saphir 1 4 Eder
Helander, Filip 1 3 Joao Mario

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of BOLOGNA:  3 lost

12/02/17 SA Sampdoria Bologna 3:1 24
08/02/17 SA Bologna Milan 0:1 18
04/02/17 SA Bologna Napoli 1:7 23

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of INTER:  1 win, 2 lost

12/02/17 SA Inter Empoli 2:0 24
05/02/17 SA Juventus Inter 1:0 23
31/01/17 CI Inter Lazio 1:2 Q

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Bologna 0 – 1 Inter
Sunday 19 February 2017
Renato Dall’Ara Stadium
Bologna, Italy

12:30

Referee: MAZZOLENI
Assistants: CRISPO – VALERIANI
Fourth Official: PAGANESSI
ADD1: ROCCHI
ADD2: GAVILLUCCI

Goals:  81′ Gabriel Barbosa (I)

Official lineups – formations:

BOLOGNA (4-3-3): Da Costa; M’Baye, Torosidis, Oikonomou, Masina; Džemaili, Pulgar, Nagy; Verdi, Petković, Krejčí.

Subs: Mirante, Sarr; Krafth, Helander, Donsah, Brignani, Viviani, Taïder, Rizzo, Di Francesco, Sadiq.

Coach: Roberto Donadoni

INTER (4-2-3-1): Handanović; Murillo, Medel, Miranda, D’Ambrosio; Gagliardini, João Mário; Candreva, Éder, Perišić; Palacio.

Subs: Carrizo; Andreolli, Ansaldi, Sainsbury, Santon, Nagatomo, Banega, Biabiany, Barbosa, Pinamonti.

Coach: Stefano Pioli

 

Result ATALANTA 1 – 0 CROTONE, Goal by Conti, Saturday 18 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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  Atalanta 1 – 0 Crotone Crotone
48′ Andrea Conti
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Crotone, 19th position with 13 points and a negative goal difference of -22
Atalanta, 4th position with 45 points and a positive goal difference of +13

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
4 Atalanta 24 14 3 7 39:26 13 45
19 Crotone 24 3 4 17 20:42 -22 13

 

Atalanta battling to keep up the race towards an European position for next season while Crotone keeping up a desperate race against all odds for salvation in Serie A.

It is Atalanta to open the score in the 48th minute.  Midfielder Andrea Conti defeating from close range Crotone goalkeeper Alex Cordaz with a right footed shot in the center.  The assist is by Andrea Petagna with a cross.

Crotone closer to the equalizer in the 86th minute.  Yet, Referee Banti ruling out the goal by Rossi for offside.   A pity for Crotone seeing their chances for a victory crashing.

Here is ATALANTA official starting lineup by Coach Gian Piero Gasperini:

ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Berisha; Tolói, Caldara, Masiello; Conti, Kessié, Freuler, Spinazzola; Kurtić; Petagna, Gómez.

Here is CROTONE official starting lineup by coach Davide Nicola:

CROTONE (3-4-3): Cordaz; Ceccherini, Claiton, Ferrari; Rosi, Barberis, Crisetig, Sampirisi; Acosty, Falcinelli, Stoian.

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Stats BEFORE the game.   Top scorer of ATALANTA:  Alejandro Gomez with 9 goals

Top scorer of CROTONE:  Diego Falcinelli with 8 goals

Atalanta Goals Goals Crotone
Gomez, Alejandro 9 8 Falcinelli, Diego
Kessie, Franck 6 2 Stoian, Adrian
Petagna, Andrea 5 2 Ferrari, Gianmarco
Kurtic, Jasmin 5 2 Palladino, Raffaele
Conti, Andrea 3 2 Trotta, Marcello

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of ATALANTA: 2 wins, 1 draw

12/02/17 SA Palermo Atalanta 1:3 24
05/02/17 SA Atalanta Cagliari 2:0 23
29/01/17 SA Turin Atalanta 1:1 22

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of CROTONE: 3 lost

12/02/17 SA Crotone Roma 0:2 24
08/02/17 SA Crotone Juventus 0:2 18
05/02/17 SA Palermo Crotone 1:0 23

 

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Atalanta 1 – 0  Crotone
Saturday 18 February 2017
Atleti Azzurri D’Italia Stadium
Bergamo, Italy18:00Referee: BANTI
Assistants: COSTANZO – MONDIN
Fourth Official: SCHENONE
ADD1: DAMATO
ADD2: MINELLIGoals:  48′ Andrea Conti (A)

Official lineups – formations:

ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Berisha; Tolói, Caldara, Masiello; Conti, Kessié, Freuler, Spinazzola; Kurtić; Petagna, Gómez.

Subs: Gollini, Zukanović, Raimondi, Dramé, Hateboer, Grassi, Migliaccio, Cristante, D’Alessandro, Mounier, Pešić, Paloschi.

Coach: Gian Piero asperini.

CROTONE (3-4-3): Cordaz; Ceccherini, Claiton, Ferrari; Rosi, Barberis, Crisetig, Sampirisi; Acosty, Falcinelli, Stoian.

Subs: Festa, Viscovo, Dussenne, Martella, Mesbah, Capezzi, Suljić, Tonev, Kotnik, Nalini, Simy, Trotta.

Coach: Davide Nicola.

Result JUVENTUS 4 – 1 PALERMO, Goals by Marchisio, Dybala, Higuaín, and Chochev, Friday 17 February 2017, Serie A Week 25

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58% Ball Possession JUVENTUS and 42% Ball Possession PALERMO
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13′ Claudio Marchisio       93′ Ivaylo Chochev
40′ Paulo Dybala
63′ Gonzalo Higuaín
89′ Paulo Dybala

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Palermo, 18th position with 14 points and a negative goal difference of -25
Juventus, 1st position with 60 points and a positive goal difference of +33

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
1 Juventus 24 20 0 4 49:16 33 60
18 Palermo 24 3 5 16 20:45 -25 14

 

Juventus remain the sole leader of the Serie A after defeating  Palermo at the Juventus Stadium on Friday 17 February.  Juventus reaching 63 points and followed by AS Roma with 53 points in the second position.   The challenge is for Palermo to keep praying for  a miracle to dream with salvation and avoid relegation to the Serie B next season.

Juventus looking to win the home game to keep the morale of the team high ahead of the upcoming Champions League match against FC Porto to be played on Wednesday 22 February in Portugal.

It’s Juventus to open the score in the 13th minute.  The action started by forward Gonzalo Higuain forcing Palermo goalkeeper Josip Posavec to anticipate attempting to save the ball.  Posavec’s effort in vain because the ball still in the area and there it is midfielder “Il Principe” Claudio Marchisio to profit and smack a left footed shot to the top left corner giving the lead to Juventus.

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Palermo in deep trouble …..  Juventus increasing the score in the 40th minute with the ex-Palermo player Argentinean forward Paulo Dybala with a left footed free kick shot to the top right corner.   Dybala  not celebrating the goal while his teammates surround him to congratulate him.  Dybala had said that he was not going to celebrate if he happens to score against Palermo.  Precisely, Dybala transferred from Palermo to Juventus and surely not disappointing his new fans.

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Total chaos for Palermo succumbing at the Juventus Stadium.  The Argentinean combo in action.   Forward Gonzalo Higuaín “El Pipita”  defeating goalkeeper Posavec with a right footed shot in the bottom left corner.  The assist with a through ball is by Paulo Dybala.   Higuaín scoring his 19th goal this season.

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It’s all Juventus show!  In the 89th minute, there it is again the ex-Palermo Paulo Dybala defeating goalkeeper Posavec with a left footed shot after getting the assist by Gonzalo Higuaín.  Optimum news for Argentina Head Coach Bauza seeing these two at their best and you bet Dybala- Higuaín is a precious duo not only for Juventus, but also for Argentina national team.

The honor goal for Palermo arriving in the 93rd minute following a corner conceded Juventus defender Tomás Rincón after a foul on Paulo Dybala.  It is Ivaylo Chochev to defeat Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon with a headed shot in the top right corner. The assist is by forward Alessandro Diamanti with a cross.

Special game for Leonardo Bonucci making his 300th appearance for Juventus today.

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Palermo have won only 3 games this season compared to Juventus winning 20 games.  There are 55 precedents between Juventus and Palermo in Serie A.  27 games in Turin seeing the stats with Juventus having 20 wins, 3 draws, and Palermo winning only 4 games.    Juventus scoring 74 goals and Palermo scoring 31 goals.

The last goal scored by Palermo against Juventus dates back to February 2011 when Migliaccio scored for the 2-1.  Juventus has won the last 9 Serie A games against Palermo.

Here is JUVENTUS official starting lineup by coach Massimiliano Allegri:

JUVENTUS (4-3-2-1): Buffon; D. Alves, Benatia, Bonucci, Asamoah; Khedira, Marchisio, Sturaro; Dybala, Pjaca; Higuaín.

Here is PALERMO official starting lineup by coach Diego Lopez:

PALERMO (4-3-3): Posavec; Rispoli, Goldaniga, Andjelković, Aleesami; Jajalo, B. Henrique, Chochev; Sallai, Nestorovski, Balogh.

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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of JUVENTUS:  Gonzalo Higuain with 18 goals

Top scorer of PALERMO:  Ilija Nestorovski with 9 goals

Juventus Goals Goals Palermo
Higuain, Gonzalo 18 9 Nestorovski, Ilija
Dybala, Paulo 5 4 Quaison, Robin
Pjanic, Miralem 5 2 Chochev, Ivaylo
Mandzukic, Mario 5 2 Rispoli, Andrea
Khedira, Sami 4 1 Goldaniga, Edoardo

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of JUVENTUS:  3 wins

12/02/17 SA Cagliari Juventus 0:2 24
08/02/17 SA Crotone Juventus 0:2 18
05/02/17 SA Juventus Inter 1:0 23

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of PALERMO:  1 win, 1 draw, 1 lost

12/02/17 SA Palermo Atalanta 1:3 24
05/02/17 SA Palermo Crotone 1:0 23
29/01/17 SA Napoli Palermo 1:1 22

 

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Juventus 4 – 1 Palermo
Friday 17 February 2017
Juventus Stadium
Turin, Italy

20:45

Referee: DI BELLO
Assistants: CARIOLATO – VIVENZI
Fourth Official: GAVA
ADD1: CELI
ADD2: PINZANI

Goals: 13′ Claudio Marchisio (J), 40′ Paulo Dybala (J), 63′ Gonzalo Higuaín (J), 89′ Paulo Dybala (J),   93′ Ivaylo Choche (P)

Official lineups – formations:

JUVENTUS (4-3-2-1): Buffon; D. Alves, Benatia, Bonucci, Asamoah; Khedira, Marchisio, Sturaro; Dybala, Pjaca; Higuaín.

Subs: Neto, Audero, Rugani, Lichtsteiner, Alex Sandro, Lemina, Rincón, Pjanić, Cuadrado, Kean.

Coach:  Massimiliano Allegri.

PALERMO (4-3-3): Posavec; Rispoli, Goldaniga, Andjelković, Aleesami; Jajalo, B. Henrique, Chochev; Sallai, Nestorovski, Balogh.

Subs: Marson, Breza, Vitiello, González, Šunjić, Cionek, Morganella, Gazzi, Diamanti, Embaló, Trajkovski.

Coach:  Diego López.

Result LAZIO 1 – 1 AC MILAN, Goals by Biglia and Suso, Monday 13 February 2017, Serie A Week 24

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42% Ball Possession LAZIO and 58% Ball Possession AC MILAN
SS Lazio Lazio 1 – 1 AC Milan AC Milan
45′ Lucas Biglia (pen)                                85′ Suso
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game
Lazio, 6th position with 43 points and a positive goal difference of +14
AC Milan, 8th position with 40 points and a positive goal difference of +6

Pos Team P W D L Goals DIFF Points
6 Lazio 23 13 4 6 41:27 14 43
8 Milan 23 12 4 7 33:27 6 40

 

Lazio wasted the chance to claim the full victory at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium after taking the lead.  A draw not really helping much to AC Milan on their quest to climb at least to the top 5 positions.  On a positive note for the Rossoneri, at least, this 1 point was better than losing the match.  A negative note is for Lazio because the victory would have taken them from the 6th to the 4th position.

The opening goal arriving in the 45th minute before ending the first half.   Referee Damato giving a penalty to Lazio conceded by AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma after a foul on forward Ciro Immobile inside the penalty area.   It is Lazio Captain Lucas Biglia to convert the penalty with a right footed shot in the bottom left corner.  This is the 3rd goal of the season by Biglia.

Lazio seeing their victory crashed in the 85th minute.   AC Milan equalizing the score with Suso defeating Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti with a right footed shot in the bottom left corner.  The assist is by Jose Sosa.  It’s the 6th goal of the season by Suso.

Here is LAZIO official starting lineup by coach Simone Inzaghi:

LAZIO (4-3-3): Marchetti; Basta, de Vrij, Hoedt, Radu; Parolo, Biglia, Milinković-Savić; Anderson, Immobile, Keita.

Here is AC MILAN official starting lineup by coach Vincenzo Montella:

AC MILAN (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Abate, Gómez, Zapata, Vangioni; Poli, Locatelli, Pašalić; Suso, Deulofeu, Ocampos.

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Stats BEFORE the game.  Top scorer of LAZIO:  Ciro Immobile with 12 goals

Top scorer of AC MILAN: Carlos Bacca with 8 goals

Lazio Goals Goals AC Milan
Immobile, Ciro 12 8 Bacca, Carlos
Keita, Balde 6 5 Suso
Parolo, Marco 5 4 Lapadula, Gianluca
Milinkovic-Savic, Sergej 4 3 Niang, Mbaye
Biglia, Lucas 2 3 Bonaventura, Giacomo

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of LAZIO:  1 win, 2 lost

05/02/17 SA Pescara Lazio 2:6 23
31/01/17 CI Inter Lazio 1:2 Q
28/01/17 SA Lazio Chievo 0:1 22

Stats.  Here are the last 3 games of AC MILAN: 1 win, 2 lost

08/02/17 SA Bologna Milan 0:1 18
05/02/17 SA Milan Sampdoria 0:1 23
29/01/17 SA Udinese Milan 2:1 22

 

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Lazio 1 – 1 AC Milan
Monday 13 February 2017
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy

20:45

Referee: DAMATO
Assistants: BARBIRATI – POSADO
Fourth Official: MANGANELLI
ADD1: MAZZOLENI
ADD2: DI BELLO

Goals:  45′ Lucas Biglia (L)(pen), 85′ Suso (M)

Official lineups – formations:

LAZIO (4-3-3): Marchetti; Basta, de Vrij, Hoedt, Radu; Parolo, Biglia, Milinković-Savić; Anderson, Immobile, Keita.

Subs: Strakosha, Vargić, Patric, Wallace, Bastos, Lukaku, Murgia, Crecco, Lombardi, Djordjević, Lulić, Tounkara.

Coach:  Simone Inzaghi.

AC MILAN (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Abate, Gómez, Zapata, Vangioni; Poli, Locatelli, Pašalić; Suso, Deulofeu, Ocampos.

Subs: Storari, Plizzari, Lapadula, Honda, Mati Fernández, El Hilali, Zucchetti, Honda, Bertolacci, Bacca, Sosa.

Coach:  Vincenzo Montella