UEFA Europa Conference League: AS Roma vs CSKA Sofia, Official Starting Lineups, Thursday 16 September 2021

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AS Roma – CSKA Sofia

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 Here are AS ROMA vs CSKA SOFIA official starting lineups – formations for the UEFA Europa Conference League Group Stage Group C, Matchday 1 game on Thursday 16 September 2021 at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium in Rome, Italy at 21:00.

🏆👉 Lineup ROMA (4-2-3-1): Rui Patricio; Karsdorp, Mancini, Smalling, Calafiori; Villar, Diawara; Perez, Pellegrini, El Shaarawy; Shomurodov

Subs: Fuzato, Ibañez, Cristante, Abraham, Veretout, Reynolds, Mayoral, Zaniolo, Kumbulla, Darboe, Zalewski, Mkhitaryan

Coach: José Mourinho

🏆👉 Lineup CSKA SOFIA (4-4-2): Busatto; Turitsov, Mattheij, Galabov, Mazikou; Yomov, Muhar, Lam, Wildschut; Carey, Krastev.

Subs: Evtimov, Varela, Bai, Čataković, Donchev, Ahmedov.

Coach: Stojčo Mladenov

It is Referee Matej Jug of Slovenia to direct the game will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Matej Žunić (SVN) and Assistant Referee 2: Manuel Vidali (SVN). The Fourth Official will be David Šmajc (SVN). The VAR will be Slavko Vinčić (SVN) and the AVAR will be Rade Obrenović (SVN). Referee Observer will be Rune Pedersen (NOR).

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AS Roma – CSKA Sofia
Thursday 16 September 2021
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy

21:00

Referee: Matej Jug (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1: Matej Žunić (SVN)
Assistant Referee 2: Manuel Vidali (SVN)
Fourth Official: David Šmajc (SVN)
VAR: Slavko Vinčić (SVN)
AVAR: Rade Obrenović (SVN)
Referee Observer: Rune Pedersen (NOR)

Serie A Week 4: Sassuolo vs Torino, Official Called Up Players, Friday 17 September 2021

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Sassuolo – Torino

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sassuolo, 9th position with 4 points and a goal difference of “0”
Torino, 11th position with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +2

Here are Sassuolo official called up players by Coach Alessio Dionisi for the Serie A Week 4 game Sassuolo vs Torino on Friday 17 September 2021 at the Mapei Stadium in Sassuolo, Italy at 20:45.

Goalkeepers:  24 Giacomo SATALINO, 47 Andrea CONSIGLI, 56 Gianluca PEGOLO

Defenders:  3 Edoardo GOLDANIGA, 5 Kaan AYHAN, 6 ROGERIO, 13 Federico PELUSO, 17 Mert MULDUR, 21 Vlad CHIRICHES, 22 Jeremy TOLJAN, 31 Gian Marco FERRARI, 77 Giorgos KYRIAKOPOULOS

Midfielders:  4 Francesco MAGNANELLI, 8 Maxime LOPEZ, 10 Filip DJURICIC, 16 Davide FRATTESI, 20 Abdou HARROUI, 23 Hamed TRAORE, 97 Matheus HENRIQUE

Forwards: 7 Jeremie BOGA, 18 Giacomo RASPADORI, 25 Domenico BERARDI, 91 Gianluca SCAMACCA, 92 Gregoire DEFREL

Referee Marco Piccinini from the section of Forlì will be assisted by Fabiano Preti from the section of Mantova and Alessio Berti from the section of Prato. The fourth official will be Francesco Cosso from the section of Reggio Calabria. The VAR will be Valerio Marini from the section of Roma 1 and the AVAR will be Antonio Giua from the section of Olbia.

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Here are Torino official called up players by Coach Ivan Juric for the game against Sassuolo:

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2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 4

Sassuolo – Torino
Friday 17 September 2021
Mapei Stadium
Sassuolo, Italy

20:45

Referee: PICCININI
Assistants: PRETI – BERTI
Fourth Official: COSSO
VAR: MARINI
AVAR: GIUA

UEFA Europa League: Result GALATASARAY 0 – 0 LAZIO, Thursday 16 September 2021

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Galatasaray – Lazio
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Lazio battling to win the UEFA Europa League Group Stage Matchday 1 game against Galatasaray on Thursday 16 September 2021 at the Ali Sami Yen Spor Kompleksi in Istanbul, Turkey.  Lazio with the determination to win the away game after losing in Serie A last week against AC Milan.  In the league there are five defeats in the last six away games while in Europe there are nine consecutive away games without a win. The last sharp one is the 1-3 obtained at the Vélodrome in Marseille on 25 October 2018. Since then, between the Europa League and the Champions League, only three draws and six defeats.

Lazio ending the first half without shot on target in a European competition match for the first time since November 2019, against CFR Cluj in the UEFA Europa League.

🏆👉 Lineup GALATASARAY (4-2-3-1): Muslera; Yedlin, Marcão, Nelsson, Van Aanholt; Kutlu, Antalyali; Morutan, Cicaldau, Kerem; Dervişoğlu.

🏆👉 Lineup LAZIO (4-3-3): Strakosha; Lazzari, Luiz Felipe, Acerbi, Hysaj; Akpa Akpro, Leiva, Luis Alberto; Felipe Anderson, Immobile, Zaccagni.

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It is Referee Matej Jug of Slovenia to direct the game will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Matej Žunić (SVN) and Assistant Referee 2: Manuel Vidali (SVN). The Fourth Official will be David Šmajc (SVN). The VAR will be Slavko Vinčić (SVN) and the AVAR will be Rade Obrenović (SVN). Referee Observer will be Rune Pedersen (NOR).


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Galatasaray 0 – 0 Lazio
Thursday 16 September 2021
Ali Sami Yen Spor Kompleksi
Istanmbul, Turkey

18:45

Referee: Matej Jug (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1: Matej Žunić (SVN)
Assistant Referee 2: Manuel Vidali (SVN)
Fourth Official: David Šmajc (SVN)
VAR: Slavko Vinčić (SVN)
AVAR: Rade Obrenović (SVN)
Referee Observer: Rune Pedersen (NOR)

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🏆👉 Lineup GALATASARAY (4-2-3-1): Muslera; Yedlin, Marcão, Nelsson, Van Aanholt; Kutlu, Antalyali; Morutan, Cicaldau, Kerem; Dervişoğlu.

Subs: Çipe, Öztürk, Babel, Mohamed, Ömer Bayram, Kaan Arslan, Luyindama, Atalay, Emre Kilinç, Feghouli, Diagne.

Coach: Fatih Terim

🏆👉 Lineup LAZIO (4-3-3): Strakosha; Lazzari, Luiz Felipe, Acerbi, Hysaj; Akpa Akpro, Leiva, Luis Alberto; Felipe Anderson, Immobile, Zaccagni.

Subs: Reina, Furlanetto, Patric, Radu, Marusic, Escalante, Cataldi, Milinkovic, Basic, Moro, Pedro, Muriqi.

Coach: Maurizio Sarri

Serie A Week 4: Sassuolo vs Torino, Match Officials, Referee Marco Piccinini, Friday 17 September 2021

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Sassuolo – Torino

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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sassuolo, 9th position with 4 points and a goal difference of “0”
Torino, 11th position with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +2

🇮🇹  The Italian Referee Association (AIA) has designated the match officials for the Serie A Week 4 game Sassuolo vs Torino on Friday 17 September 2021 at the Mapei Stadium in Sassuolo, Italy at 20:45.

Referee Marco Piccinini from the section of Forlì will be assisted by Fabiano Preti from the section of Mantova and Alessio Berti from the section of Prato.   The fourth official will be Francesco Cosso from the section of Reggio Calabria.   The VAR will be Valerio Marini from the section of Roma 1 and the AVAR will be Antonio Giua from the section of Olbia.

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2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 4

Sassuolo – Torino
Friday 17 September 2021
Mapei Stadium
Sassuolo, Italy

20:45

Referee: PICCININI
Assistants: PRETI – BERTI
Fourth Official: COSSO
VAR: MARINI
AVAR: GIUA

UEFA Europa League: Leicester City vs Napoli, Match Officials, Referee Tiago Martins, Thursday 16 September 2021

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     Leicester City – Napoli 

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✅ UEFA has designated the match officials for the Europa League Group Stage Group C game Leicester City vs Napoli on Thursday 16 September 2021 at Leicester City Stadium in Leicester, England at 21:00.

Referee Tiago Martins of Portugal will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Luis Campos (POR) and Assistant Referee 2: Bruno Jesus (POR).  The Fourth Official will be Vitor Ferreira (POR).  VAR will be Alejandro Hernandez Hernandez (ESP) and the AVAR will be Guillermo Cuadra Fernandez (ESP).  Referee Observer will be Costas Kapitanis (CYP)

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Leicester City – Napoli
Thursday 16 September 2021
Leicester City Stadium
Leicester, England

21:00

Referee: Tiago Martins (POR)
Assistant Referee 1: Luis Campos (POR)
Assistant Referee 2: Bruno Jesus (POR)
Fourth Official: Vitor Ferreira (POR)
VAR: Alejandro Hernandez Hernandez (ESP)
AVAR: Guillermo Cuadra Fernandez (ESP)
Referee Observer: Costas Kapitanis (CYP)

UEFA Europa League: Galatasaray vs Lazio, Match officials, Referee Matej Jug, Thursday 16 September 2021

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  Galatasaray – Lazio
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Here are GALATASARAY vs LAZIO match officials for the UEFA Europa League Group Stage Matchday 1 game  on Thursday 16 September 2021 at the Ali Sami Yen Spor Kompleksi in Istanbul, Turkey at 18:45.

It is Referee Matej Jug of Slovenia to direct the game will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Matej Žunić (SVN) and Assistant Referee 2: Manuel Vidali (SVN). The Fourth Official will be David Šmajc (SVN). The VAR will be Slavko Vinčić (SVN) and the AVAR will be Rade Obrenović (SVN). Referee Observer will be Rune Pedersen (NOR).

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Galatasaray- Lazio
Thursday 16 September 2021
Ali Sami Yen Spor Kompleksi
Istanmbul, Turkey

18:45

Referee: Matej Jug (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1: Matej Žunić (SVN)
Assistant Referee 2: Manuel Vidali (SVN)
Fourth Official: David Šmajc (SVN)
VAR: Slavko Vinčić (SVN)
AVAR: Rade Obrenović (SVN)
Referee Observer: Rune Pedersen (NOR)

UEFA Europa Conference League: AS Roma vs CSKA Sofia, Match Officials, Referee Glenn Nyberg, Thursday 16 September 2021

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AS Roma – CSKA Sofia

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🏆👉 Here are AS ROMA vs CSKA SOFIA  match officials for the UEFA Europa Conference League Group Stage Group C, Matchday 1 game on Thursday 16 September 2021 at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium in Rome, Italy at 21:00.

Referee Glenn Nyberg of Sweden will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Mahbod Beigi (SWE) and Assistant Referee 2: Andreas Söderkvist (SWE).  The Fourth Official will be Victor Wolf (SWE). Referee Observer will be Uno Tutk (EST)

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AS Roma – CSKA Sofia
Thursday 16 September 2021
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy

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Referee: Glenn Nyberg (SWE)
Assistant Referee 1: Mahbod Beigi (SWE)
Assistant Referee 2: Andreas Söderkvist (SWE)
Fourth Official: Victor Wolf (SWE)
Referee Observer: Uno Tutk (EST)

UEFA Champions League: “I’m very disappointed for the fans” Inter Coach Simone Inzaghi after lost to Real Maldrid

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Inter Coach Simone Inzaghi disappointed after starting the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League Group Stage losing the home game against Real Madrid at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium.

UEFA Champions League: Result INTER – REAL MADRID, Wednesday 15 September 2021

Inzaghi commented after the game during an interview with Prime Video, “Unfortunately we needed to be more focused. There was a minute to go and it’s disappointing to talk about a defeat after that sort of performance.   We have to look ahead while remembering how we held our own on the pitch against Real Madrid. I asked the players to show character and bravery, and they gave me a positive response. We were up against a goalkeeper who was very difficult to score past tonight. Courtois turned in a top performance.

“I’m very disappointed for the fans, who were back at the stadium for a Champions League game for the first time in a long time, for the club and for the players, who gave everything on the pitch. Unfortunately, against certain teams, you can never let your guard down because they’ll punish you. We played very well and if we keep doing that, I’m confident we can get through to the next round.”

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2021-22 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Fixtures for Inter, AC Milan, Atalanta, and Juventus

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Here are the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League Group Stage games for the Italian Serie A teams participating:  Inter, AC Milan, Atalanta, and Juventus.

                                        

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Matchday one (14/9): Villarreal FC vs Atalanta BC   (21:00)
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Front Pages, La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport, and Tutto Sport, Thursday 16 September 2021

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Good morning, my friends! Here are the front pages from the Italian newspapers La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport, and Tutto Sport, Thursday 16 September 2021

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La Gazzetta dello Sport, Front Page, Thursday 16 September 2021.


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UEFA Champions League: Result LIVERPOOL 3 – 2 AC MILAN, Wednesday 15 September 2021

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61% Ball Possession LIVERPOOL and 39% Ball Possession AC MILAN

Liverpool 3 – 2 AC Milan

9′ Trent Alexander-Arnold    42′ Ante Rebic
48′ Mohamed Salah                44′ Brahim Díaz
69′ Jordan Henderson
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AC Milan are back where they belong in the UEFA Champions League.   AC Milan battled but failing to win the Champions League Group Stage Group B Matchday 1 game against Liverpool on Wednesday 15 September 2021 at Anfield Road in Liverpool, England.   For the very first time in a competitive match, AC Milan will take to the pitch at Anfield Road.  Despite the defeat, we might say that Milan got already a taste of what is needed to claim their domain in Champions. The last time AC Milan have lost the first match of a Group Stage was in September 1996 against Porto 2-3 in Champions League. Keep up the good work Milan.  Milan stand in Group B Last Place.
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  • Stats before the game.   Liverpool and AC Milan have only met on two occasions in European competitions, with both matches being Champions League finals. The Reds won on penalties in 2005.  AC Milan revenge with a 2-1 victory in Athens in 2007.  AC Milan’s last victory against an English team was in February 2012, when they beat Arsenal 4-0 in the Champions League.


Liverpool opening the score in the 9th minute. It is Trent Alexander-Arnold to defeat AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan with a right footed shot to the high center. The assist is by Mohamed Salah.

Referee giving a penalty to Liverpool. In the 14th minute, a superb Mike Maigan saving the penalty! Maignan denying Mohamed Salah failing to convert his left footed shot penalty saved in the bottom left corner. The penalty is conceded by Ismaël Bennacer after a handball inside the penalty area.

AC Milan equalizing for the 1-1 in the 42nd minute. It is Ante Rebic to defeat Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson with a right footed shot to the center. The assist is by Rafael Leão with a through ball.


Talking about reaction, BIM BAM BOOM!!! AC Milan taking the lead two minutes after the equalizer goal. In the 44th minute, it is Brahim Díaz to unlock the draw from very close range with a left footed shot to the center.

Liverpool equalizing for the 2-2 in the 48th minute with the goal by Mohamed Salah.


Liverpool taking the lead in the 69th minute with the goal by Jordan Henderson.


🏆👉 Lineup AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): Maignan; Calabria, Kjær, Tomori, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer; Saelemaekers, Díaz, Leão; Rebić.

🏆👉Lineup LIVERPOOL (4-3-3): Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Gomez, Robertson; Keïta, Fabinho, Henderson; Salah, Origi, Jota.

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Polish Referee Szymon Marciniak will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Pawel Sokolnicki (POL) and Assistant Referee 2: Tomasz Listkiewicz (POL). The Fourth Official will be Tomasz Musial (POL). The VAR will be Tomasz Kwiatkowski (POL) and the AVAR will beBastian Dankert (GER). Referee Observer will be Lutz Michael Fröhlich (GER).


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Liverpool 3 – 2 AC Milan
Wednesday 15 September 2021
Anfield Road
Liverpool, England

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Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL)
Assistant Referee 1: Pawel Sokolnicki (POL)
Assistant Referee 2: Tomasz Listkiewicz (POL)
Fourth Official: Tomasz Musial (POL)
VAR: Tomasz Kwiatkowski (POL)
AVAR: Bastian Dankert (GER)
Referee Observer: Lutz Michael Fröhlich (GER)

Goals: 9′ Fikayo Tomori (og), 42′ Ante Rebic (M), 44′ Brahim Díaz (M), 48′ Mohamed Salah (L), 69′ Jordan Henderson (L)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

🏆👉Lineup LIVERPOOL (4-3-3): Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Gomez, Robertson; Keïta (71′ Thiago), Fabinho, Henderson (84′ Milner); Salah (84′ Oxlade-Chamberlain), Origi (63′ Mané), Jota (71′ Jones).

Subs: Adrián, Kelleher; Konaté, Phillips, Tsimikas, van Dijk; Minamino.

Coach: Klopp.

🏆👉Lineup AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): Maignan; Calabria, Kjær, Tomori, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer (71′ Tonali); Saelemaekers (62′ Florenzi), Díaz, Leão (62′ Giroud); Rebić (83′ Maldini). Subs: Jungdal, Tătărușanu; Ballo-Touré, Gabbia, Kalulu, Romagnoli.

Coach:  Stefano Pioli.

Booked: 13′ Bennacer (M), 61′ Díaz (M), 92′ Milner (L).

Note: Maignan saves Mohamed Salah’s penalty in the 14th minute.

 

UEFA Champions League: Result INTER 0 – 1 REAL MADRID, Wednesday 15 September 2021

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47% Ball Possession INTER and 53% Ball Possession REAL MADRID

Inter 0 – 1 Real Madrid

.                                                   89′ Rodrygo
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Inter failing to win the Champions League Group Stage Group D Matchday 1 game against Real Madrid  on Wednesday 15 September 2021 at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy.   Inter put up a strong battle.  Bravely fighting until the end.  Real Madrid grabbing this away victory in the 90th minute with the goal by Rodrygo.  Inter are in  Group D 3rd position without points.

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  • Stats before the game. This is the second consecutive Champions League season in which Inter and Real Madrid are drawn in the same group: Real Madrid have won both home and away in 2020-21, including a 2-0 win at San Siro. Inter have lost four of their last five games against Real Madrid in European competition (one win), as many defeats as they had suffered against the Blancos in their first 12 matches (six wins, two draws, four defeats).  Real Madrid have only won one of their previous eight away games against Inter in European competition (2N, 5P), however the victory came in the most recent away match, 2-0 in November 2020, in last season’s group stage. Inter’s last win against a Spanish side in the Champions League dates back to April 2010, when they beat Barcelona 3-1 at San Siro under the leadership of José Mourinho. Since then, Inter have not won in seven games in the competition against Spanish sides, losing in six of them (1N). Real Madrid have won 12 of their last 13 games against Italian opponents in the Champions League (1P), and their only defeat in this streak has come to Juventus in April 2018. The Blancos have won in each of their last six team matches Italians, with an overall score of 14-3. Inter coach Simone Inzaghi has faced Carlo Ancelotti on two previous occasions in his coaching career: his Lazio were beaten at home and away by Ancelotti’s Napoli in the 2018-19 Serie A season, losing 2-1 in Serie A. both matches.

Real Madrid scoring the only goal of the match in the 89th minute to claim the victory.


🏆👉 Lineup Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic; Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni; Darmian, Barella, Brozovic, Calhanoglu, Perisic; Lautaro, Dzeko.

🏆👉Lineup REAL MADRID (4-3-3): Courtois; Carvajal, Nacho, E. Militao, Alaba; F. Valverde, Casemiro, Modric; Lucas Vazquez, J. Vinicius, Benzema

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German Referee Daniel Siebert will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Rafael Foltyn (GER) and Assistant Referee 2: Christian Gittelmann (GER). The Fourth Official will be Daniel Schlager (GER). The VAR will be Marco Fritz (GER) and the AVAR will be Harm Osmers (GER). The Referee Observer will be Vladimir Šajn (SVN)

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Inter – Real Madrid
Wednesday 15 September 2021
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
Milan, Italy

21:00

Referee: Daniel Siebert (GER)
Assistant Referee 1: Rafael Foltyn (GER)
Assistant Referee 2: Christian Gittelmann (GER)
Fourth Official: Daniel Schlager (GER)
VAR: Marco Fritz (GER)
AVAR: Harm Osmers (GER)
Referee Observer: Vladimir Šajn (SVN)

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Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

🏆👉 Lineup INTER (3-5-2): 1 Handanovic; 37 Skriniar, 6 De Vrij, 95 Bastoni; 36 Darmian (2 Dumfries, 55), 23 Barella (8 Vecino, 84), 77 Brozovic, 20 Calhanoglu (22 Vidal, 65), 14 Perisic (32 Dimarco, 55); 9 Dzeko, 10 Lautaro (19 Correa, 65).

Subs: 21 Cordaz, 97 Radu, 5 Gagliardini, 7 Sanchez, 11 Kolarov, 13 Ranocchia, 33 D’Ambrosio.

Coach: Simone Inzaghi.

🏆👉Lineup REAL MADRID (4-3-3): 1 Courtois; 2 Carvajal, 3 Militao, 4 Alaba, 6 Nacho; 15 Valverde, 14 Casemiro, 10 Modric (25 Camavinga, 80); 17 Vazquez (21 Rodrygo, 65), 9 Benzema, 20 Vinicius Jr (11 Asensio, 90+1).

Subs: 13 Lunin, 40 Fuidias, 5 Vallejo, 7 Hazard, 16 Jovic, 22 Isco, 24 Mariano, 27 Blanco, 35 Gutierrez.

Coach: Carlo Ancelotti.

Booked: Lautaro, Alaba.

Serie A Week 4: Hellas Verona vs AS Roma, Match Officials, Referee Fabio Maresca, Sunday 19 September 2021

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     Hellas Verona – AS Roma 

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
AS Roma, 1st position with 9 points and a positive goal difference of +7
Hellas Verona, 19th position with 0 points and a negative goal difference of -4

🇮🇹 The Italian Referee Association (AIA) has designated Referee Fabio Maresca from the section of Napoli to direct the Serie A Week 4 game Hellas Verona vs AS Roma on Sunday 19 September 2021 at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium in Verona, Italy at 18:00.

Referee Maresca will be assisted by Pasquale De Meo from the section of Foggia) and Rossi Christian from the section of La Spezia.  The Fourth Official will be Daniele Minelli from the section of Varese.  The VAR will be Gianluca Aureliano from the section of Bologna and the AVAR will be Matteo Passeri from the section of Gubbio.

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2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 4

Hellas Verona – AS Roma
Sunday 19 September 2021
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Verona, Italy

18:00

Referee: MARESCA
Assistants: DE MEO – ROSSI C.
Fourth Official: MINELLI
VAR: AURELIANO
AVAR: PASSERI

Match Officials: Italy Serie A Week 4 / Fourth Round on Friday 17, Saturday 18, Sunday 19, and Monday 20 September 2021

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Here are the match officials and fixtures for the Serie A Week 4 / Fourth Round on Friday 17, Saturday 18, Sunday 19, and Monday 20 September 2021 as designated by the Italian Referee Association (AIA).

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🇮🇹 The Italian Referee Association (AIA) has designated Referee Fabio Maresca from the section of Napoli to direct the Serie A Week 4 game Hellas Verona vs AS Roma on Sunday 19 September 2021 at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium in Verona, Italy at 18:00.

Referee Maresca will be assisted by Pasquale De Meo from the section of Foggia) and Rossi Christian from the section of La Spezia.  The Fourth Official will be Daniele Minelli from the section of Varese.  The VAR will be Gianluca Aureliano from the section of Bologna and the AVAR will be Matteo Passeri from the section of Gubbio.

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Friday 17 September 2021

SASSUOLO – TORINO
Mapei Stadium
Referee: PICCININI
Assistants: PRETI – BERTI
Fourth Official: COSSO
VAR: MARINI
AVAR: GIUA
20:45

Saturday 18 September 2021

GENOA – FIORENTINA
Luigi Ferraris Stadium
Referee: MARINELLI
Assistants: MELI – COLAROSSI
Fourth Official: SANTORO
VAR: CHIFFI
AVAR: CECCONI
15:00

INTER – BOLOGNA
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
Referee: AYROLDI
Assistants: DI VUOLO – IMPERIALE
Fourth Official: GARIGLIO
VAR: GUIDA
AVAR: PATERNA
18:00

LAZIO – CAGLIARI
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Referee: GHERSINI
Assistants: BRESMES – LO CICERO
Fourth Official: MERAVIGLIA
VAR: BANTI
AVAR: COSTANZO
18:00

SALERNITANA – ATALANTA
Stadio Arechi
Referee: VALERI
Assistants: GIALLATINI – DEI GIUDICI
Fourth Official: FOURNEAU
VAR: DI BELLO
AVAR: PAGLIARDINI
20:45

Sunday 19 September 2021

EMPOLI – SAMPDORIA
Carlo Castellani Stadium
Referee: MARIANI
Assistants: PRENNA – PAGNOTTA
Fourth Official: MAGGIONI
VAR: MAZZOLENI
AVAR: PAGANESSI
12:30

VENEZIA – SPEZIA
Stadio Pierlugi Penzo
Referee: ABISSO
Assistants: ROCCA – ZINGARELLI
Fourth Official: MASSIMI
VAR: AURELIANO
AVAR: PASSERI
18:00

HELLAS VERONA – AS ROMA
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Referee: MARESCA
Assistants: DE MEO – ROSSI C.
Fourth Official: MINELLI
VAR: AURELIANO
AVAR: PASSERI
18:00

JUVENTUS – AC MILAN
Allianz Stadium
Referee: DOVERI
Assistants: CARBONE – VIVENZI
Fourth Official: RAPUANO
VAR: DI PAOLO
AVAR: PERETTI
20:45

Monday 20 September 2021

UDINESE – NAPOLI
Dacia Arena
Referee: MANGANIELLO
Assistants: ALASSIO – MONDIN
Fourth Official: MARCHETTI
VAR: IRRATI
AVAR: LIBERTI
20:45

UEFA Champions League: Juventus reaction after winning Matchday 1 against Malmo

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Here are the declarations of Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri and players after winning the UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 1 on Tuesday 14 September 2021.

UEFA Champions League: Result MALMO 0 – 3 JUVENTUS, Tuesday 14 September 2021

Massimiliano Allegri

“The Champions League opener is never straightforward. We were also coming into it after a not-so-easy period. There’s room for improvement in terms of possession, but there were still positives in that area. Tonight three midfielders played who had never previously played together. It takes time for the players to get to know one another better. As for Rabiot, maybe even he doesn’t know how much potential he has. He’s improving and had a good game. Szczesny also did well tonight. He played well and made some saves that were harder than the ones on Saturday. There are simply times when things go wrong. We didn’t concede any goals in the end tonight. Dybala and Morata also played well, but we’re now thinking about Sunday without getting too far ahead of ourselves. Milan are in good form and there’s a feeling of excitement surrounding the club.”

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Paulo Dybala

“We headed into tonight’s game after a few results that hadn’t gone our way. We knew what we had to do tonight and we did it, without losing our cool. That’s the way forward.”

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Alvaro Morata

“Winning helps you win more. There are many positives to take home tonight. We also took the game seriously in Naples, but it was key to kick off with the three points tonight. We have to be strong as a team, change the dynamics and show other sides that it’s difficult to pick up points against Juve. We’re working hard and we want success. We’ll keep going and listening to the boss and more experienced players. As for Milan, they’re a top side. We’ll have to head into it knowing that it’ll be a tough but fantastic match.”

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Manuel Locatelli

“It was essential to win to make a good start to the group, having not started well in the league. This result gives us confidence, as does the fact that we kept a clean sheet, which is key. It’s a crucial win. It was a wonderful feeling to hear the Champions League anthem out on the pitch. As for the criticism, that’s to be expected. We’re Juve and we know what we have to do to improve.”

Alex Sandro

“I’m thrilled to have scored my first Champions League goal. It’s something that I was targeting for a long time and it was also a very important one. It got us on track at a different ground to come to. We’d prepared well for the game and we did what we wanted. The win is a boost for our morale. We’re a strong group that is on the up.”

UEFA Champions League: Atalanta players optimistic after draw against Villarreal

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Here are the declarations of Atalanta players after the UEFA Champions League Matchday 1 against Villarreal ending with a draw.

UEFA Champions League: Result VILLARREAL 2 – 2 ATALANTA, Tuesday 14 September 2021

Disciplinary Sanctions: Suspended Players after Serie A Week 3 Sporting Authorities on Tuesday 14 September 2021

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👉 Here is the list of suspensions by the Sporting Judge Gerardo Mastrandrea assisted by Stefania Ginesio and the A.I.A Representative Carlo Moretti on Tuesday 14 September 2021 after the Serie A Round 3 concluded on Monday 13 September 2021.  There are no players disqualified – except Lazio Coach Maurizio Sarri .

Note: Sarri with two days of disqualification: this is the sanction decided by the sports judge against Maurizio Sarri, the only member of Serie A stopped in view of the fourth day of the championship.  Reason, immediately after the final whistle of the San Siro match lost against Milan.  Lazio coach was sent off by the referee after the bickering he had with Alexis Saelemaekers.

As for players, only a warning with a fine of 2 thousand euros to the Udinese player Ignacio Pussetto, guilty, in the match against Spezia, of having “pretended to have been subjected to a foul intervention in the penalty area”.   

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Hellas Verona appointed New Coach Igor Tudor on Tuesday 14 September 2021

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Hellas Verona appointing New Coach Igor Tudor until the end of the 2021-2022 Season after the sacking of Coach Eusebio Di Francesco on Tuesday 14 September 2021.  The managerial change comes following  Serie A Week 3 losing game, Bologna 1 – 0 Hellas Verona, on Monday 13 September.

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The challenge for Igor is to help the team climb the team.  Hellas Verona up to Week 3 are in the 19th position losing all 3 games of the season.  Not an ideal start.

Rank
Team Games Win Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
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Hellas Verona 3 0 0 3 3 7 -4 0

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Tudor was born in Split on April 16, 1978, Igor Tudor – once his career as a footballer has ended, in which the two championships and as many Italian Super Cups won with Juventus, but also 57 appearances and three goals with the Croatian national team stand out , with whom he took part in the 1998 World Cup (third place), the 2006 World Cup and the 2004 European Championships – he began his coaching career as the first collaborator of Mr. Edoardo Reja at Hajduk Spalato, a club in which he also coaches the formations youth.

On 30 July 2012, Igor assumed the post of assistant coach of the Croatian national team, at the time directed by Igor Stimac.  From 2013 to 2015 he led the First Team of Hajduk Split (69 seats in total), winning the Croatian Cup on 22 May 2013.  Following the experiences with Paok Salonicco (45 benches), with the Turks of Karabükspor and – above all – of Galatasaray, with whom he closes the Süper Lig in fourth place.

It was Udinese who brought him back to Italy, this time – obviously – as a coach: with the Friulians he won two consecutive saves.  After returning to the helm of Hajduk Spalato, in the 2020/21 season he reunites with Juventus, where he holds the position of assistant coach. The season in black and white ends with the conquest of the Italian Cup and the Italian Super Cup.

Cagliari Sacked Coach Leonardo Semplici after Serie A Week 3 game

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Cagliari sacked Coach Leonardo Semplici on Tuesday 14 September 2021. The Club sacking Semplici after losing the first 3 Serie A games this season. The Club also sacked assistant coach Andrea Consumi, the athletic trainer Yuri Fabbrizzi and the technical collaborators Rossano Casoni and Alessio Rubicini.  Cagliari lost Serie A Week 3 game, Cagliari 2 – 3 Genoa at home on Sunday 12 September. Cagliari having only 1 point being in the 17th position.  Semplici is the second coach sacked this season following Hellas Verona sacking Coach Eusebio Di Francesco same day.

Rank
Team Played Win Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
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Cagliari 3 0 1 2 5 9 -4 1

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UEFA Champions League: Result VILLARREAL 2 – 2 ATALANTA, Tuesday 14 September 2021

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% Ball Possession VILLARREAL and % Ball Possession ATALANTA

Villarreal 2 – 2 Atalanta

39′ Manu Trigueros                                        6′ Remo Freuler
73′ Arnaut Danjuma                                    83′ Robin Gosens
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Atalanta battling and grabbing a draw in the Champions League Group Stage Group F Matchday 1 game against Villarreal on Tuesday 14 September 2021 at the Estadio de la Cerámica in Villarreal, Spain.  Atalanta saving a point in a rollercoaster after leading the game then losing it, until the end managed to equalize in the 83rd minute to draw for the 2-2. This is a golden away point.

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  • Stats before the game.  This will be the first ever European match between Villarreal and Atalanta, while the Spanish team have lost three of their four Champions League matches against Italian opponents (1W), losing once to Inter in 2006 and two to Napoli in phase a 2011/12 groups.  For the third consecutive season of the Champions League, Atalanta face a Spanish team, although the previous meetings have all taken place in the round of 16: two wins and an 8-4 aggregate over Valencia in 2019/20, two defeats and a 1 -4 overall against Real Madrid last season.  Atalanta are participating in their third edition of the Champions League and have passed their group in each of the previous two (2019/20 and 2020/21), finishing second on both occasions and, in 2019/20, becoming one of only two teams in the history of the Champions League to lose the first three games of the group and pass anyway, together with Newcastle in 2002/03 (second group stage).  Villarreal are looking for their first home win in the Champions League since October 2008, the year in which they won 6-3 against the Danes of Aalborg.

Atalanta opening the score in the 6th minute. It is Remo Freuler to defeat Villarreal goalkeeper Rulli with a right footed shot to the center.

Villarreal equalizing for the 1-1 in the 39th minute. Manu Trigueros defeating Atalanta goalkeeper Juan Musso with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Alfonso Pedraza.

Villarreal taking the lead in the 73rd minute with the goal by Arnaut Danjuma.

Atalanta reacting and equalized for the 2-2- in the 83rd minute. Robin Gosens adding light to the game scoring with a left footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Aleksey Miranchuk. Gosens has scored each of his three Champions League goals in away matches, in the second half.

Villarreal remaining with 10 players in the 84th minute. Francis Coquelin getting a second yellow card for the automatic 🟥 card.

👉Lineup VILLARREAL (4-3-3): Rulli; Foyth, Albiol, Pau Torres, Pedraza; Parejo, Capoue, Trigueros; Gernard Moreno, Dia, Pino.

👉Lineup ATALANTA (3-4-2-1): Musso; Toloi, Palomino, Djimsiti; Zappacosta, De Roon, Freuler, Gosens; Malinovskyi, Pessina; Zapata

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Villarreal 2 -2 Atalanta
Tuesday 14 September 2021
Estadio de la Cerámica
Villarreal, Spain

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Referee: Clement Turpin (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1: Nicolas Danos (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2: Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Fourth Official: Jeremie Pignard (FRA)
VAR: Jerôme Brisard (FRA)
AVAR: Stephanie Frappart (FRA)
Referee Observer: Alain Hamer (LUX)

Goals: 6′ Remo Freuler (A), 39′ Manu Trigueros  (V), 73′ Arnaut Danjuma (V), 83′ Robin Gosens (A)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉Lineup VILLARREAL (4-3-3):  Rulli; Foyth, Albiol, Pau Torres, Pedraza (87′ Mario Gaspar); Parejo, Capoue (61’Coquelin), Trigueros (61′ Gomez); Gerard Moreno, Dia (61′ Danjuma), Pino (73′ Albert Moreno).

Coach: Unai Emery.

👉Lineup ATALANTA (3-4-2-1): Musso; Toloi, Palomino, Djimsiti (61′ Demiral); Zappacosta, De Roon (69′ Koopmeiners), Freuler, Gosens; Malinovskyi (69′ Pasalic), Pessina (79′ Mirančuk); Zapata (69′ Ilicic).

Coach: Gian Piero Gasperini

Booked: De Roon (A), Capoue, Gerard, Moreno, Coquelin (V)

Sent off: Coquelin (V)

UEFA Champions League: Result MALMO 0 – 3 JUVENTUS, Tuesday 14 September 2021

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% Ball Possession MALMO and % Ball Possession JUVENTUS

      Malmo 0 – 3 Juventus

.                                                              23′ Alex Sandro
.                                                              45′ Paulo Dybala (pen)
.                                                              45+1 Álvaro Morata
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Mission accomplished for Juventus redeeming themselves after having a bad start in the Serie A.   Juventus win the Champions League Group Stage Group F Matchday 1 game defeating Malmo on Tuesday 14 September 2021 at the Malmö New Stadium in Malmo. The last time Juventus won their first seasonal game in an European competition was back in 2010 (EL Qualifying).

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  •  Stats before the game.  Malmö and Juventus will meet for the third time in a European competition, this being the second time they both participate in the same Champions League group. Juventus won both home and away victories against the Swedish team in the 2014-15 season.  Juventus have never lost to a Swedish side in European competition, winning three times and drawing one of their previous four games, including three wins in their last three.  Massimiliano Allegri will direct his first Champions League match since April 2019, when his Juventus were eliminated by Ajax in the quarter-finals. Allegri has won 54% of his games leading Juventus in the competition: only Fabio Capello (60%) has a higher win rate among managers with more than 10 games leading the Old Lady in the competition.  Malmö have only scored three goals in their last 10 Champions League games, without scoring in eight of those. Meanwhile, the Swedish side have conceded a total of 34 goals in these 10 matches, averaging 3.4 per game.  Juventus have lost just one of their last 11 away matches in the Champions League group stage (8W, 2N), with that one defeat against Young Boys in the 2018-19 season. Juve have won each of the last five away games of the group stage, scoring at least two goals in each of them.

Juventus opening the score in the 23rd minute. It is Alex Sandro to defeat Malmo goalkeeper Diawara with a headed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Rodrigo Bentancur.Great for Bentancur delivered tonight his first Champions League assist, after 27 appearances in the competition.

Referee giving a penalty to Juventus. It is forward Paulo Dybala “La Joya” to convert the penalty with a left footed shot. The penalty is conceded by Lasse Nielsen.


Total inspiration. Juventus increasing the score for the 3-0 before ending the first half.

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🏆👉Lineup JUVE (4-4-2): Szczesny; Danilo, De Ligt, Bonucci, Alex Sandro; Cuadrado, Bentancur, Locatelli, Rabiot; Dybala, Morata.

🏆👉Lineup Malmoe (5-3-2) – Diawara; Berget, Ahmedodzic, Nielsen, Brorsson, Rieks; Innocent, Christiansen, Rakip; Colak, Birmancevic.

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French Referee Clement Turpin will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Nicolas Danos (FRA) and Assistant Referee 2: Cyril Gringore (FRA). The Fourth Official will be Jeremie Pignard (FRA). The VAR will be Jerôme Brisard (FRA) and the AVAR will be Stephanie Frappart (FRA). The Referee Observer will be Alain Hamer (LUX)

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Malmo 0 – 3 Juventus
Tuesday 14 September 2021
Malmö New Stadium
Malmo

21:00

Referee: Artur Soares Dias (POR)
Assistant Referee 1: Rui Barbosa (POR)
Assistant Referee 2: Paulo Soares (POR)
Fourth Official: Hugo Moreira (POR)
VAR: Joao Pinheiro (POR)
AVAR: Luis Godinho (POR)
Referee Observer: Tomasz Mikulski (POL)

Goals:  23′ Alex Sandro (J), 45′ Paulo Dybala (pen), 45+1 Álvaro Morata

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

🏆👉Lineup JUVE (4-4-2): Szczesny; Danilo, De Ligt (Rugani 87’), Bonucci, Alex Sandro; Cuadrado (Kulusevski 82), Bentancur (McKennie 68’), Locatelli, Rabiot; Dybala (Ramsey 82’), Morata (Kean 68’)

Subs: Pinsoglio, Perin, De Sciglio, Chiellini, Ramsey, McKennie, Kean, Rugani, Kulusevski

Coach:  Massimiliano Allegri.

🏆👉Lineup Malmoe (5-3-2) – Diawara; Ahmedhodzic, Nielsen, Brorsson; Berget, Innocent (75′ Nanasi), Christiansen, Rakip (59′ Nalic), Rieks (75′ Olsson); Birmancevic (59′ Abubakari), Colak.

Subs: Ellborg, Dahlin, Larsson, Bejimo, Gwargis, Eile, Bjorkqvist.

Coach: Tomasson.

Hellas Verona Sacked Coach Eusebio Di Francesco after 2021-2022 Serie A Week 3

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Hellas Verona making the official announcement sacking  Coach Eusebio Di Francesco on Tuesday 14 September 2021.  Di Francesco became the first coach of the Serie A season to be sacked.   Fact is that Hellas Verona are in crisis after losing all 3 games a total poor start of the campaign.  Hellas Verona up to Week 3 have lost all games scoring only 3 goals while conceding 7 goals having a negative goal difference of -4.

Di Francesco’s last game was on Week 3 Bologna 1 – 0 Hellas Verona on Monday 13 September 2021.

👉 The note of the Club reads, “The Gialloblù Club thanks Mr. Di Francesco and his staff, in the people of Francesco Tomei, Stefano Romano, Giancarlo Marini and Franco Giammartino, for their work up to now.

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Team Games Win Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
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Hellas Verona 3 0 0 3 3 7 -4 0

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2021-2022 Italian Serie A Week 3 RESULTS / Third Round on Saturday  11, Sunday 12, and Monday 13 September  2021

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Hello, my friends. Here are the 2021-2022 Italian Serie A Week 3 RESULTS / Third Round on Saturday  11, Sunday 12, and Monday 13 September  2021.

  10 Serie A Games completed (Week 3)
⚽️  goals total
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⚽️ Serie A Top Scorer up to Week 3: (Updated on Sunday 12 September 2021)
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Empoli  failing to win the Serie A Week 3 game defeated by Venezia on Saturday 11 September 2021 at the Carlo Castellani Stadium.  Empoli just crumbled after defeating Juventus on Week 2 at the Allianz Stadium reaching 3 points while Juventus remained with just 1 point.  The party time is for Venezia winning their first game this season collecting all 3 points in this away victory.  Thomas Henry scoring the historical goal because it is Venezia’s first goal in Serie A after their promotion from Serie B!!!

Juventus with a major blow defeated by Napoli at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium.  Surely, it is not the ideal start for Juventus having only 1 point.  Napoli with the ideal start winning their 3 games to have a perfect score of 9 points.

Atalanta succumbing to the pressure failing to win the Serie A Week 3 game defeated  by Fiorentina at the Gewiss Stadium  Fiorentina win this away game reaching 6 points while Atalanta remain with 4 points.  An unforgettable game for Dusan Vlahovic converting 2 penalties for Fiorentina, so far, Vlahovic has scored 20 goals in Serie A in 2021 calendar year behind Lewandowski (30), Messi (23) and Haaland (22)with more goals in the Top-5 European Leagues.  This defeat is a blow for Atalanta ahead of their Champions League game next week.  Atalanta have won their last three Serie A games against Fiorentina until now; Atalanta have never reached four wins in a row against Fiorentina (three also in 1942).

Inter failing to win the Serie A Week 3 game against Sampdoria ending with a 2-2 draw.  The draw is not a total good news for Inter ahead of their Champions League next week.   Inter Coach Simone Inzaghi’s celebrates his 200th bench in Serie A with this draw (110 victories so far); only Antonio Conte (136) has won more after the same number of games between coaches in the era of three points per victory (since 1994/95).   Sampdoria grabbing this important point reaching 2 points while stopping the fast Inter train.

AC Milan win the Serie A Week 3 game against Lazio at San Siro Stadium.  The victory secures AC Milan the perfect score and a boost for the Champions League next week.  Lazio  not only losing the game, but also losing the first position.  Milan making history winning their first three league games for two seasons in a row for the first time in Serie A. Highlight of the game, the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a goal.

AS Roma win the Serie A Week 3 game defeating Sassuolo at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium.  Congratulations to José Mourinho celebrating his 1000 games with the clubs, considering all competitions (637 wins, 205 draws, 157 lost).  Roma is the first team with which José Mourinho wins five wins in the first five official benches at the helm of a club in his career. The hero is forward Stephan El Shaarawy starting as a substitute to score the winner goal in the 91st minute.  A best way to celebrate Mourinho’s 1,000 game with a victory and the 1st position in Serie A this week.  AS Roma have won six consecutive home games considering all competitions for their first time since December 2017.

Bologna win the Serie A Week 3 game defeating Hellas Veronaon at the Renato Dall’Ara Stadium   Verona losing all 3 games and the alarm sounds loud for help.  The victory helped Bologna to climb the Serie A Standing  climbing to the 6th position with 7 points while Verona stepped down to the 19th position in the relegation zone.

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👉 Results from Serie A Week 3

👉 Top Serie A teams standing AFTER Serie A Week 2 game. First 4 qualifying for Champions League, 5 and 6 for Europa League. (Monday 13 September 2021)

AS ROMA, 1st position with 9 points and a positive goal difference of +7

AC MILAN, 2nd position with 9 points and a positive goal difference of +6

– NAPOLI, 3rd position with 9 points and a positive goal difference of +4

INTER, 4th positions with 7 points and a positive goal difference of +6

UEFA Europa League UDINESE, 5th position with 7 points and a positive goal difference of +4

BOLOGNA, 6th position with 7 points and a positive goal difference of +2

Relegation Zone:

– SPEZIA, 18th position with 1 points and a negative goal difference of -6

– HELLAS VERONA, 19th position with 0 points and a negative goal difference of -4

– SALERNITANA, 20th position with 0 points and a negative goal difference of -9

👉 2021 – 2022 Italy Serie A Standing – Serie A Table up to Monday 13 September 2021
serie a standing MP W D L GF GA GD PoinTS
1
AS Roma 3 3 0 0 9 2 7 9
2
AC Milan 3 3 0 0 7 1 6 9
3
Napoli 3 3 0 0 6 2 4 9
4
Inter 3 2 1 0 9 3 6 7
5
Udinese 3 2 1 0 6 2 4 7
6
Bologna 3 2 1 0 4 2 2 7
7
Lazio 3 2 0 1 9 4 5 6
8
Fiorentina 3 2 0 1 5 5 0 6
9
Sassuolo 3 1 1 1 4 4 0 4
10
Atalanta 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 4
11
Torino 3 1 0 2 6 4 2 3
12
Empoli 3 1 0 2 3 5 -2 3
13
Genoa 3 1 0 2 4 8 -4 3
14
Venezia 3 1 0 2 2 6 -4 3
15
Sampdoria 3 0 2 1 2 3 -1 2
16
Juventus 3 0 1 2 3 5 -2 1
17
Cagliari 3 0 1 2 5 9 -4 1
18
Spezia 3 0 1 2 3 9 -6 1
19
Hellas Verona 3 0 0 3 3 7 -4 0
20
Salernitana 3 0 0 3 2 11 -9 0

 

Uefa Champions League: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Europa League: 5th, 6th
Relegation: 18th, 19th, 20th

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2021-22 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Fixtures and Tickets

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  🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 1

Tuesday 14 September 2021
Group E: Barcelona vs Bayern, Dynamo Kyiv vs Benfica
Group F
: Young Boys vs Man. United (18:45 CET), Villarreal vs Atalanta
Group G: Sevilla vs Salzburg (18:45 CET), LOSC vs Wolfsburg
Group H: Chelsea vs Zenit, Malmö vs Juventus

Wednesday 15 September 2021
Group A: Man. City vs Leipzig , Club Brugge vs Paris
Group B: Atlético de Madrid vs Porto, Liverpool vs AC Milan
Group C: Beşiktaş vs Dortmund (18:45 CET), Sporting CP vs Ajax
Group D: Sheriff vs Shakhtar Donetsk (18:45 CET), Inter vs Real Madrid

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 2

Tuesday 28 September 2021
Group A: Paris vs Man. City, Leipzig vs Club Brugge
Group B: AC Milan vs Atlético de Madrid, Porto vs Liverpool
Group C: Ajax vs Beşiktaş (18:45 CET), Dortmund vs Sporting CP
Group D: Shakhtar Donetsk vs Inter (18:45 CET), Real Madrid vs Sheriff

Wednesday 29 September 2021
Group E: Bayern vs Dynamo Kyiv, Benfica vs Barcelona
Group F
: Atalanta vs Young Boys (18:45 CET), Man. United vs Villarreal
Group G: Salzburg vs LOSC, Wolfsburg vs Sevilla
Group H: Zenit vs Malmö (18:45 CET), Juventus vs Chelsea

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 3

Tuesday 19 October 2021
Group A: Club Brugge vs Man. City (18:45 CET), Paris vs Leipzig
Group B: Atlético de Madrid vs Liverpool, Porto vs AC Milan
Group C: Beşiktaş vs Sporting CP (18:45 CET), Ajax vs Dortmund
Group D: Shakhtar Donetsk vs Real Madrid, Inter vs Sheriff

Wednesday 20 October 2021
Group E: Barcelona vs Dynamo Kyiv (18:45 CET), Benfica vs Bayern
Group F
: Young Boys vs Villarreal, Man. United vs Atalanta
Group G: Salzburg vs Wolfsburg (18:45 CET), LOSC vs Sevilla
Group H: Chelsea vs Malmö, Zenit vs Juventus

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 4

Tuesday 2 November 2021
Group E: Dynamo Kyiv vs Barcelona, Bayern vs Benfica
Group F
: Villarreal vs Young Boys, Atalanta vs Man. United
Group G: Wolfsburg vs Salzburg (18:45 CET), Sevilla vs LOSC
Group H: Malmö vs Chelsea (18:45 CET), Juventus vs Zenit

Wednesday 3 November 2021
Group A: Man. City vs Club Brugge, Leipzig vs Paris
Group B: AC Milan vs Porto (18:45 CET), Liverpool vs Atlético de Madrid
Group C: Sporting CP vs Beşiktaş, Dortmund vs Ajax
Group D: Real Madrid vs Shakhtar Donetsk (18:45 CET), Sheriff vs Inter

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 5

Tuesday 23 November 2021
Group E: Dynamo Kyiv vs Bayern (18:45 CET), Barcelona vs Benfica
Group F
: Villarreal vs Man. United (18:45 CET), Young Boys vs Atalanta
Group G: Sevilla vs Wolfsburg, LOSC vs Salzburg
Group H
: Malmö vs Zenit, Chelsea vs Juventus

Wednesday 24 November 2021
Group A: Man. City vs Paris, Club Brugge vs Leipzig
Group B: Atlético de Madrid vs AC Milan, Liverpool vs Porto
Group C: Beşiktaş vs Ajax (18:45 CET), Sporting CP vs Dortmund
Group D: Inter vs Shakhtar Donetsk (18:45 CET), Sheriff vs Real Madrid

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 6

Tuesday 7 December 2021
Group A: Paris vs Club Brugge (18:45 CET), Leipzig vs Man. City (18:45 CET)
Group B: Porto vs Atlético de Madrid, AC Milan vs Liverpool
Group C: Dortmund vs Beşiktaş, Ajax vs Sporting CP
Group D: Real Madrid vs Inter, Shakhtar Donetsk vs Sheriff

Wednesday 8 December 2021
Group E: Benfica vs Dynamo Kyiv, Bayern vs Barcelona
Group F
: Man. United vs Young Boys, Atalanta vs Villarreal
Group G: Salzburg vs Sevilla, Wolfsburg vs LOSC
Group H
: Juventus vs Malmö (18:45 CET), Zenit vs Chelsea (18:45 CET)

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Knockout stage dates

Round of 16 draw: 13 December
Round of 16 first legs: 15/16/22/23 February
Round of 16 second legs: 8/9/15/16 March

Quarter-final and semi-final draw: 18 March
Quarter-final first legs: 5/6 April
Quarter-final second legs: 12/13 April
Semi-final first legs: 26/27 April
Semi-final second legs: 3/4 May
Final: 28 May

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2021/22 Fixtures Italian Serie A Week dates and kick-off times from Week 3 to Week 19

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The Lega Serie A has confirmed the complete schedule / fixtures and kick-off times for Weeks 3 to Week 19 of the 2021/22 season including Times, Dates and Television Schedule.

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🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 3 / Matchday 3

Saturday 11 September: Empoli − Venice (15, Dazn)
Saturday 11 September: Napoli − Juventus (18, Dazn)
Saturday 11 September: Atalanta − Fiorentina (20.45 Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 12 September: Sampdoria-Inter (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 12 September: Cagliari-Genoa (15, Dazn)
Sunday 12 September: Torino-Salernitana (15, Dazn)
Sunday 12 September: Milan-Lazio (18, Dazn)
Sunday 12 September: Roma-Sassuolo (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 13 September: Bologna-Hellas Verona (Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 4 / Matchday 4

Friday 17 September: Sassuolo-Torino(20.45, Dazn)
Saturday 18 September: Genoa-Fiorentina (15, Dazn)
Saturday 18 September: Inter v Bologna (18, Dazn)
Saturday 18 September: Salernitana-Atalanta (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 19 September: Empoli-Sampdoria (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 19 September: Venice-Spezia (15, Dazn)
Sunday 19 September: Hellas Verona-Roma (18, Dazn)
Sunday 19 September: Lazio-Cagliari (18, Dazn)
Sunday 19 September: Juventus-Milan (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 20 September: Udinese-Napoli (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 5 / Matchday 5

Tuesday 21 September: Bologna-Genoa (18.30, Dazn)
Tuesday 21 September: Atalanta-Sassuolo (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Tuesday 21 September: Fiorentina v Inter (20.45, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 September: Salernitana-Hellas Verona (18.30, Dazn / Sky)
Wednesday 22 September: Spezia-Juventus (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 September: Cagliari-Empoli (20.45, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 September: Milan-Venice (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Thursday 23 September: Sampdoria-Napoli (18.30, Dazn)
Thursday 23 September: Torino-Lazio (18.30, Dazn / Sky)
Thursday 23 September: Roma-Udinese (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 6 / Matchday 6

Saturday 25 September: Spezia v Milan (15, Dazn)
Saturday 25 September: Inter v Atalanta (18, Dazn)
Saturday 25 September: Genoa-Hellas Verona (Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 26 September: Juventus-Sampdoria (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 26 September: Empoli-Bologna (15, Dazn)
Sunday 26 September: Sassuolo-Salernitana (15, Dazn)
Sunday 26 September: Udinese-Fiorentina (15, Dazn)
Sunday 26 September: Lazio-Roma (18, Dazn)
Sunday 26 September: Naples-Cagliari (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 27 September: Venice-Torino(20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 7 / Matchday 7

Friday 1 October: Cagliari-Venice (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Saturday 2 October: Salernitana-Genoa (15, Dazn)
Saturday 2 October: Torino-Juventus (18, Dazn)
Saturday 2 October: Sassuolo v Inter (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 3 October: Bologna-Lazio (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 3 October: Hellas Verona-Spezia (15, Dazn)
Sunday 3 October: Sampdoria-Udinese (15, Dazn)
Sunday 3 October: Fiorentina-Napoli (18, Dazn)
Sunday 3 October: Roma-Empoli (18, Dazn)
Sunday 3 October: Atalanta-Milan (20.45, Dazn)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 8 / Matchday 8

Saturday 16 October: Spezia-Salernitana (15, Dazn)
Saturday 16 October: Lazio v Inter (18, Dazn)
Saturday 16 October: Milan v Hellas Verona (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 17 October: Cagliari-Sampdoria (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 17 October: Empoli-Atalanta (15, Dazn)
Sunday 17 October: Genoa-Sassuolo (15, Dazn)
Sunday 17 October: Udinese-Bologna (15, Dazn)
Sunday 17 October: Naples-Torino (18, Dazn)
Sunday 17 October: Juventus-Roma (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 18 October: Venice-Fiorentina (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 9 / Matchday 9

Friday 22 October: Torino-Genoa (18.30, Dazn)
Friday 22 October: Sampdoria-Spezia (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Saturday 23 October: Salernitana-Empoli (15, Dazn)
Saturday 23 October: Sassuolo-Venice (18, Dazn)
Saturday 23 October: Bologna v Milan (8.45pm, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 24 October: Atalanta-Udinese (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 24 October: Fiorentina-Cagliari (15, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 24 October: Hellas Verona-Lazio (15, Dazn)
Sunday 24 October: Rome-Naples (18, Dazn)
Sunday 24 October: Inter-Juventus (20.45, Dazn)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 10  / Matchday 10

Tuesday 26 October: Spezia-Genoa (18.30, Dazn / Sky)
Tuesday 26 October: Venice-Salernitana (18.30, Dazn)
Tuesday 26 October: Milan-Torino(20.45, Dazn)
Wednesday 27 October: Juventus-Sassuolo (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 27 October: Sampdoria-Atalanta (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 27 October: Udinese-Hellas Verona (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 27 October: Cagliari-Rome (20.45, Dazn)
Wednesday 27 October: Empoli v Inter (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Wednesday 27 October: Lazio-Fiorentina (20.45, Dazn)
Thursday 28 October: Naples-Bologna (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 11 / Matchday 11

Saturday 30 October: Atalanta-Lazio (15, Dazn)
Saturday 30 October: Verona-Juventus (18, Dazn)
Saturday 30 October: Torino-Sampdoria (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 31 October: Inter-Udinese (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 31 October: Fiorentina-Spezia (15, Dazn)
Sunday 31 October: Genoa-Venice (15, Dazn)
Sunday 31 October: Sassuolo-Empoli (15, Dazn)
Sunday 31 October: Salernitana-Napoli (18, Dazn)
Sunday 31 October: Roma-Milan (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 1 November: Bologna-Cagliari (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 12 / Matchday 12

Friday 5 November: Empoli-Genoa (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Saturday 6 November: Spezia-Torino (15, Dazn)
Saturday 6 November: Juventus-Fiorentina (18, Dazn)
Saturday 6 November: Cagliari-Atalanta (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 7 November: Venice-Rome (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 7 November: Sampdoria-Bologna (15, Dazn)
Sunday 7 November: Udinese-Sassuolo (15, Dazn)
Sunday 7 November: Lazio-Salernitana (18, Dazn)
Sunday 7 November: Naples-Verona (18, Dazn)
Sunday 7 November: Milan v Inter (20.45, Dazn)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 13 / Matchday 13

Saturday 20 November: Atalanta-Spezia (15, Dazn)
Saturday 20 November: Lazio-Juventus (18, Dazn)
Saturday 20 November: Fiorentina v Milan (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 21 November: Sassuolo-Cagliari (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 21 November: Bologna-Venice (15, Dazn)
Sunday 21 November: Salernitana-Sampdoria (15, Dazn)
Sunday 21 November: Inter v Napoli (18, Dazn)
Sunday 21 November: Genoa-Rome (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 22 November: Verona-Empoli (18.30, Dazn)
Monday 22 November: Torino-Udinese (8.45pm, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 14 / Matchday 14

Friday 26 November: Cagliari-Salernitana (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Saturday 27 November: Empoli-Fiorentina (15, Dazn)
Saturday 27 November: Sampdoria-Verona (15, Dazn)
Saturday 27 November: Juventus-Atalanta (18, Dazn)
Saturday 27 November: Venice v Inter (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 28 November: Udinese-Genoa (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 28 November: Milan-Sassuolo (15, Dazn)
Sunday 28 November: Spezia-Bologna (15, Dazn)
Sunday 28 November: Rome-Torino (18, Dazn)
Sunday 28 November: Naples-Lazio (20.45, Dazn)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 15 / Matchday 15

Tuesday 30 November: Atalanta-Sweden (18.30, Dazn / Sky)
Tuesday 30 November: Fiorentina-Sampdoria (18.30, Dazn)
Tuesday 30 November: Verona-Cagliari (20.45, Dazn)
Tuesday 30 November: Salernitana-Juventus (20.45, Dazn)
Wednesday 1 December: Bologna-Rome (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 1 December: Inter-Spezia (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 1 December: Genoa v Milan (8.45pm, Dazn / Sky)
Wednesday 1 December: Sassuolo Naples (20.45, Dazn)
Thursday 2 December: Torino-Empoli (18.30, Dazn)
Thursday 2 December: Lazio-Udinese (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 16 / Matchday 16

Saturday 4 December: Milan-Salernitana (15, Dazn)
Saturday 4 December: Roma v Inter (18, Dazn)
Saturday 4 December: Napoli-Atalanta (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 5 December: Bologna-Fiorentina (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 5 December: Spezia-Sassuolo (15, Dazn)
Sunday 5 December: Venice-Verona (15, Dazn)
Sunday 5 December: Sampdoria-Lazio (18, Dazn)
Sunday 5 December: Juventus-Genoa (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 6 December: Empoli-Udinese (18.30, Dazn)
Monday 6 December: Cagliari-Torino (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 17 / Matchday 17

Friday 10 December: Genoa-Sampdoria (20.45, Dazn)
Saturday 11 December: Fiorentina-Salernitana (15, Dazn)
Saturday 11 December: Venice-Juventus (18, Dazn)
Saturday 11 December: Udinese v Milan (8.45pm, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 12 December: Torino-Bologna (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 12 December: Verona-Atalanta (15, Dazn)
Sunday 12 December: Napoli-Empoli (18, Dazn)
Sunday 12 December: Sassuolo-Lazio (18, Dazn)
Sunday 12 December: Inter v Cagliari (20.45, Dazn)
Monday 13 December: Rome-Spezia (20.45, Dazn / Sky)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 18 / Matchday 18

Friday 17 December: Lazio-Genoa (18.30, Dazn)
Friday 17 December: Salernitana v Inter (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Saturday 18 December: Atalanta-Rome (15, Dazn)
Saturday 18 December: Bologna-Juventus (18, Dazn)
Saturday 18 December: Cagliari-Udinese (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 19 December: Fiorentina-Sassuolo (12.30, Dazn / Sky)
Sunday 19 December: Spezia-Empoli (15, Dazn)
Sunday 19 December: Sampdoria-Venice (18, Dazn)
Sunday 19 December: Torino-Verona (18, Dazn)
Sunday 19 December: Milan-Napoli (20.45, Dazn)

🇮🇹 👉 Serie A Week 19 / Matchday 19

Tuesday 21 December: Udinese-Salernitana (18.30, Dazn)
Tuesday 21 December: Genoa-Atalanta (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Tuesday 21 December: Juventus-Cagliari (20.45, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 December: Sassuolo-Bologna (16.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 December: Venice-Lazio (16.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 December: Verona-Fiorentina (18.30, Dazn / Sky)
Wednesday 22 December: Inter v Torino (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 December: Roma-Sampdoria (18.30, Dazn)
Wednesday 22 December: Empoli v Milan (20.45, Dazn / Sky)
Wednesday 22 December: Naples-Spezia (20.45, Dazn)

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Country: Italy

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2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Standing / Serie A Table / Top Scorers

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👉  Here is the 2021-22 Italy Serie A Standing and Top Scorer.

⚽️ Serie A Top Scorer up to Week 3 up to Monday 13 September 2021:
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 👉 2021 – 2022 Italy Serie A Standing – Serie A Table up to Monday 13 September 2021
serie a standing MP W D L GF GA GD PoinTS
1
AS Roma 3 3 0 0 9 2 7 9
2
AC Milan 3 3 0 0 7 1 6 9
3
Napoli 3 3 0 0 6 2 4 9
4
Inter 3 2 1 0 9 3 6 7
5
Udinese 3 2 1 0 6 2 4 7
6
Bologna 3 2 1 0 4 2 2 7
7
Lazio 3 2 0 1 9 4 5 6
8
Fiorentina 3 2 0 1 5 5 0 6
9
Sassuolo 3 1 1 1 4 4 0 4
10
Atalanta 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 4
11
Torino 3 1 0 2 6 4 2 3
12
Empoli 3 1 0 2 3 5 -2 3
13
Genoa 3 1 0 2 4 8 -4 3
14
Venezia 3 1 0 2 2 6 -4 3
15
Sampdoria 3 0 2 1 2 3 -1 2
16
Juventus 3 0 1 2 3 5 -2 1
17
Cagliari 3 0 1 2 5 9 -4 1
18
Spezia 3 0 1 2 3 9 -6 1
19
Hellas Verona 3 0 0 3 3 7 -4 0
20
Salernitana 3 0 0 3 2 11 -9 0

Uefa Champions League: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Europa League: 5th, 6th
Relegation: 18th, 19th, 20th

2021-22 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Fixtures and Tickets

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  🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 1

Tuesday 14 September 2021
Group E: Barcelona vs Bayern, Dynamo Kyiv vs Benfica
Group F
: Young Boys vs Man. United (18:45 CET), Villarreal vs Atalanta
Group G: Sevilla vs Salzburg (18:45 CET), LOSC vs Wolfsburg
Group H: Chelsea vs Zenit, Malmö vs Juventus

Wednesday 15 September 2021
Group A: Man. City vs Leipzig , Club Brugge vs Paris
Group B: Atlético de Madrid vs Porto, Liverpool vs AC Milan
Group C: Beşiktaş vs Dortmund (18:45 CET), Sporting CP vs Ajax
Group D: Sheriff vs Shakhtar Donetsk (18:45 CET), Inter vs Real Madrid

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 2

Tuesday 28 September 2021
Group A: Paris vs Man. City, Leipzig vs Club Brugge
Group B: AC Milan vs Atlético de Madrid, Porto vs Liverpool
Group C: Ajax vs Beşiktaş (18:45 CET), Dortmund vs Sporting CP
Group D: Shakhtar Donetsk vs Inter (18:45 CET), Real Madrid vs Sheriff

Wednesday 29 September 2021
Group E: Bayern vs Dynamo Kyiv, Benfica vs Barcelona
Group F
: Atalanta vs Young Boys (18:45 CET), Man. United vs Villarreal
Group G: Salzburg vs LOSC, Wolfsburg vs Sevilla
Group H: Zenit vs Malmö (18:45 CET), Juventus vs Chelsea

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 3

Tuesday 19 October 2021
Group A: Club Brugge vs Man. City (18:45 CET), Paris vs Leipzig
Group B: Atlético de Madrid vs Liverpool, Porto vs AC Milan
Group C: Beşiktaş vs Sporting CP (18:45 CET), Ajax vs Dortmund
Group D: Shakhtar Donetsk vs Real Madrid, Inter vs Sheriff

Wednesday 20 October 2021
Group E: Barcelona vs Dynamo Kyiv (18:45 CET), Benfica vs Bayern
Group F
: Young Boys vs Villarreal, Man. United vs Atalanta
Group G: Salzburg vs Wolfsburg (18:45 CET), LOSC vs Sevilla
Group H: Chelsea vs Malmö, Zenit vs Juventus

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 4

Tuesday 2 November 2021
Group E: Dynamo Kyiv vs Barcelona, Bayern vs Benfica
Group F
: Villarreal vs Young Boys, Atalanta vs Man. United
Group G: Wolfsburg vs Salzburg (18:45 CET), Sevilla vs LOSC
Group H: Malmö vs Chelsea (18:45 CET), Juventus vs Zenit

Wednesday 3 November 2021
Group A: Man. City vs Club Brugge, Leipzig vs Paris
Group B: AC Milan vs Porto (18:45 CET), Liverpool vs Atlético de Madrid
Group C: Sporting CP vs Beşiktaş, Dortmund vs Ajax
Group D: Real Madrid vs Shakhtar Donetsk (18:45 CET), Sheriff vs Inter

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 5

Tuesday 23 November 2021
Group E: Dynamo Kyiv vs Bayern (18:45 CET), Barcelona vs Benfica
Group F
: Villarreal vs Man. United (18:45 CET), Young Boys vs Atalanta
Group G: Sevilla vs Wolfsburg, LOSC vs Salzburg
Group H
: Malmö vs Zenit, Chelsea vs Juventus

Wednesday 24 November 2021
Group A: Man. City vs Paris, Club Brugge vs Leipzig
Group B: Atlético de Madrid vs AC Milan, Liverpool vs Porto
Group C: Beşiktaş vs Ajax (18:45 CET), Sporting CP vs Dortmund
Group D: Inter vs Shakhtar Donetsk (18:45 CET), Sheriff vs Real Madrid

🏆 👉 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 6

Tuesday 7 December 2021
Group A: Paris vs Club Brugge (18:45 CET), Leipzig vs Man. City (18:45 CET)
Group B: Porto vs Atlético de Madrid, AC Milan vs Liverpool
Group C: Dortmund vs Beşiktaş, Ajax vs Sporting CP
Group D: Real Madrid vs Inter, Shakhtar Donetsk vs Sheriff

Wednesday 8 December 2021
Group E: Benfica vs Dynamo Kyiv, Bayern vs Barcelona
Group F
: Man. United vs Young Boys, Atalanta vs Villarreal
Group G: Salzburg vs Sevilla, Wolfsburg vs LOSC
Group H
: Juventus vs Malmö (18:45 CET), Zenit vs Chelsea (18:45 CET)

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Knockout stage dates

Round of 16 draw: 13 December
Round of 16 first legs: 15/16/22/23 February
Round of 16 second legs: 8/9/15/16 March

Quarter-final and semi-final draw: 18 March
Quarter-final first legs: 5/6 April
Quarter-final second legs: 12/13 April
Semi-final first legs: 26/27 April
Semi-final second legs: 3/4 May
Final: 28 May

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2021/2022 UEFA Europa Conference League Group Stage Draw and Fixtures

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The draw for the 2021/2022 UEFA Europa Conference League Group Stage taking place on Friday 27 August 2021 in Istanbul, Turkey.  The Europa Conference League Final will be played on 25 May 2022 at the National Arena, Tirana.  Serie A participating is AS Roma.

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⚽️ Group A:

🇦🇹 LASK
🇮🇱 M. Tel-Aviv
🇦🇲 Alashkert
🇫🇮 HJK

⚽️ Group B:

🇧🇪 Gent
🇷🇸 Partizan
🇪🇪 Flora
🇨🇾 Anorthosis

⚽️ Group C:

🇮🇹 Roma
🇺🇦 Zorya Luhansk
🇧🇬 CSKA-Sofia
🇳🇴 Bodø/Glimt

⚽️ Group D:

🇬🇷 Olympiacos
🇩🇪 Frankfurt
🇹🇷 Fenerbahçe
🇧🇪 Antwerp

⚽️ Group E:

🇨🇿 Slavia Praha
🇳🇱 Feyenoord
🇩🇪 Union Berlin
🇮🇱 M. Haifa

⚽️ Group F:

🇩🇰 Copenhagen
🇬🇷 PAOK
🇸🇰 Slovan Bratislava
🇬🇮 Lincoln Red Imps

⚽️ Group G:

🇩🇪 Leverkusen
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Celtic
🇪🇸 Betis
🇭🇺 Ferencváros

⚽️ Group H:

🇭🇷 Dinamo Zagreb
🇧🇪 Genk
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 West Ham
🇦🇹 Rapid Wien

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SEPTEMBER

16 September: Group stage, Matchday 1
30 September: Group stage, Matchday 2

OCTOBER

21 October: Group stage, Matchday 3

NOVEMBER

4 November: Group stage, Matchday 4
25 November: Group stage, Matchday 5

DECEMBER

9 December: Group stage, Matchday 6
13 December: Knockout round play-off draw

FEBRUARY

17/24 February: Knockout round play-offs
25 February: Round of 16 draw

MARCH

10/17 March: Round of 16
18 March: Quarter-final & Semi-final draw

APRIL

7/14 April: Quarter-finals
28 April: Semi-finals, first leg

MAY

5 May: Semi-finals, second leg
25 May: Final (National Arena, Tirana)

UEFA Europa League: Leicester City vs Napoli, Official Starting Lineups, Thursday 16 September 2021

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✅  Here are Leicester City vs Napoli official starting lineups – formations for the Europa League Group Stage Group C game on Thursday 16 September 2021 at Leicester City Stadium in Leicester, England at 21:00.

🏆👉Lineup NAPOLI (4-2-3-1): Ospina; Malcuit, Rrahmani, Koulibaly, Di Lorenzo; Fabian, Anguissa; Lozano, Zielinski, Insigne; Osimhen.

Subs: Boffelli, Idasiak, Juan Jesus, Manolas, Zanoli, Elmas, Ounas, Politano, Petagna.

Coach: Luciano Spalletti

🏆👉Lineup LEICESTER (4-2-3-1): Schmeichel; Castagne, Vestergaard, Evans, Bertrand; Ndidi, Soumaré; Ayoze Pérez, Barnes, Iheanacho; Daka.

Subs: Ward, Söyüncü, Amartey, Thomas, Ricardo, Choudhury, Dewsbury-Hall, Tielemans, Albrighton, Maddison, Lookman, Vardy.

Coach:  Rodgers

Referee Tiago Martins of Portugal will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Luis Campos (POR) and Assistant Referee 2: Bruno Jesus (POR). The Fourth Official will be Vitor Ferreira (POR). VAR will be Alejandro Hernandez Hernandez (ESP) and the AVAR will be Guillermo Cuadra Fernandez (ESP). Referee Observer will be Costas Kapitanis (CYP)

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Group Stage – Group C Matchday 1

Leicester City – Napoli
Thursday 16 September 2021
Leicester City Stadium
Leicester, England

21:00

Referee: Tiago Martins (POR)
Assistant Referee 1: Luis Campos (POR)
Assistant Referee 2: Bruno Jesus (POR)
Fourth Official: Vitor Ferreira (POR)
VAR: Alejandro Hernandez Hernandez (ESP)
AVAR: Guillermo Cuadra Fernandez (ESP)
Referee Observer: Costas Kapitanis (CYP)