Serie A Week 2: Inter vs Fiorentina, Probable Lineups, Saturday 26 September 2020

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Inter -Fiorentina

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Inter, 11th position with 0 points and a positive goal difference of 0
Fiorentina, 6th position with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +1

Here are INTER vs FIORENTINA probable lineups – formations for the Serie A Week 2 game on Saturday 26 September 2020 at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy at 20:45.

INTER (3-4-1-2): Handanovic; D’Ambrosio, Bastoni, Kolarov; Hakimi, Barella, Gagliardini, Perisic; Eriksen; R. Lukaku, L. Martinez.

Subs: Radu, Srkiniar, Pirola, Ranocchia, Dalbert, Brozovic, Sensi, Nainggolan, Vidal, Young, Sanchez, Pinamonti.

Unavailable: Vecino.

Suspended players: De Vrij.

Coach:  Antonio Conte.

FIORENTINA (3-5-2): Dragowski; Milenkovic, Ceccherini, Caceres; Chiesa, Bonaventura, Amrabat, Castrovilli, Biraghi; Kouame, Ribery.

Subs: Terracciano, Ger. Pezzella, Igor, Venuti, Lirola, Borja Valero, Duncan, Saponara, Montiel, Cutrone, Vlahovic, Brancolini.

Unavailable: Pulgar.

No suspended players.

Coach: Giuseppe Iachini.

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Inter – Fiorentina
Saturday 26 September 2020
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:45

Referee: CALVARESE
Assistants: FIORITO – LIBERTI
Fourth Official: MARESCA
VAR: GIACOMELLI
AVAR: PRETI

 

Serie A Week 2: Torino vs Atalanta, Probable Lineups, Saturday 26 September 2020

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Torino – Atalanta

 

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Torino, 15th position with 0 points and a negative goal difference of -1
Atalanta, 9th position with 0 points and a positive goal difference of +0

Here are TORINO vs ATALANTA probable starting lineups – formations for the Serie A Week 2 game on Saturday 26 September 2020 at the Olimpico Torino Stadium in Turin, Italy at 15:00.

TORINO (4-3-1-2): Sirigu; Izzo, Bremer, Nkoulou, Murru; Meité, Rincon, Linetty; Berenguer; Zaza, Belotti.

Subs: Ujkani, Rosati, Lyanko, Ansaldi, Singo, Vojvoda, Djidji, Lukic, Buongiorno, Millico, Verdi.

Unavailable: Baselli, Rodriguez, Edera.

No suspended players.

Coach: Marco Giampaolo.

ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Sportiello; Toloi, Caldara, Sutalo; Hateboer, De Roon, Freuler, Gosens; Malinovskyi; Gomez, Muriel.

Subs: Carnesecchi, F. Rossi, Palomino, Mojica, Piccini, Bellanova, Pasalic, Da Riva, Reca, Lammers, D. Zapata.

Unavailable: Gollini, Pessina, Ilicic, Miranchuk.

Suspended players: Djimsiti, Romero.

Coach:  Gian Piero Gasperini

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Referee Massimiliano Irrati from the section of Pistoia will be assisted by Davide Imperiale from the section of Genova and Vittorio Di Gioia from the section of Modena. The fourth official will be Simone Sozza from the section of Seregno. The VAR will be Daniele Marco Guida from the section of Torre Annunziata and the AVAR will be Stefano Alassio from the section of Imperia.

2020 – 2021 Italian Serie A Week 2

Torino – Atalanta
Saturday 26 September 2020
Olimpico di Torino Stadium
Turin, Italy

15:00

Referee: IRRATI
Assistants: IMPERIALE – DI GIOIA
Fourth Official: SOZZA
VAR: GUIDA
AVAR: ALASSIO

Serie A Week 2: Torino vs Atalanta, Match Officials, Referee Massimiliano Irrati, Saturday 26 September 2020

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Torino – Atalanta

 

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Torino, 15th position with 0 points and a negative goal difference of -1
Atalanta, 9th position with 0 points and a positive goal difference of +0

The Italian Referee Association (AIA) has designated Referee Massimiliano Irrati from the section of Pistoia to direct the Serie A Week 2 game Torino vs Atalanta on Saturday 26 September 2020 at the Olimpico Torino Stadium in Turin, Italy at 15:00.

Referee Irrati will be assisted by Davide Imperiale from the section of Genova and Vittorio Di Gioia from the section of Modena. The fourth official will be Simone Sozza from the section of Seregno. The VAR will be Daniele Marco Guida from the section of Torre Annunziata and the AVAR will be Stefano Alassio from the section of Imperia.

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Torino – Atalanta
Saturday 26 September 2020
Olimpico di Torino Stadium
Turin, Italy

15:00

Referee: IRRATI
Assistants: IMPERIALE – DI GIOIA
Fourth Official: SOZZA
VAR: GUIDA
AVAR: ALASSIO

Match Officials: Italy Serie A Week 2 / Second Round on Saturday 26, Sunday 27, and Monday 28 September 2020

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Here are the match officials and fixtures for the Serie A Week 2 / Second Round on Saturday 26, Sunday 27, and Monday 28 September 2020 as designated by the Italian Referee Association (AIA).

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The Italian Referee Association (AIA) has designated Referee Marco Di Bello from the section of Brindisi to direct the Serie A Week 2 game AS Roma vs Juventus on Sunday 27 September 2020 at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium in Rome, Italy at 20:45.

Referee Di Bello will be assisted by Alberto Tegoni from the section of Milano and Salvatore Longo from the section of Paola. The fourth official will be Rosario Abisso from the section of Palermo. The VAR will be Luigi Nasca from the section of Bari. The AVAR will be Luca Mondin from the section of Treviso.

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Saturday 26 September 2020

TORINO – ATALANTA
Olimpico di Torino Stadium
Referee: IRRATI
Assistants: IMPERIALE – DI GIOIA
Fourth Official: SOZZA
VAR: GUIDA
AVAR: ALASSIO
15:00

CAGLIARI – LAZIO
Sardegna Arena
Referee: MASSA
Assistants: DE MEO – FIORE
Fourth Official: DI MARTINO
VAR: CHIFFI
AVAR: PAGANESSI
18:00

SAMPDORIA – BENEVENTO
Luigi Ferraris Stadium
Referee: DIONISI
Assistants: RANGHETTI – BERTI
Fourth Official: SERRA
VAR: DOVERI
AVAR: PASSERI
18:00

INTER – FIORENTINA
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
Referee: CALVARESE
Assistants: FIORITO – LIBERTI
Fourth Official: MARESCA
VAR: GIACOMELLI
AVAR: PRETI
20:45

Sunday 27 September 2020

SPEZIA – SASSUOLO
Stadium
Referee: GHERSINI
Assistants: DEL GIOVANE – MIELE
Fourth Official: PICCININI
VAR: BANTI
AVAR: VALERIANI
12:30

HELLAS VERONA – UDINESE
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Referee: VOLPI
Assistants: CECCONI – ROBILOTTA M.
Fourth Official: ROS
VAR: DI PAOLO
AVAR: BINDONI
15:00

NAPOLI – GENOA
San Paolo Stadium
Referee: SACCHI
Assistants: LO CICERO – ROSSI C.
Fourth Official: FOURNEAU
VAR: LA PENNA
AVAR: GIALLATINI
15:00

CROTONE – AC MILAN
Stadium
Referee: PAIRETTO
Assistants: GALETTO – ZINGARELLI
Fourth Official: AYROLDI
VAR: MARIANI
AVAR: COSTANZO
18:00

AS ROMA – JUVENTUS
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Referee: DI BELLO
Assistants: TEGONI – LONGO
Fourth Official: ABISSO
VAR: NASCA
AVAR: MONDIN
20:45

Monday 28 September 2020

BOLOGNA – PARMA
Renato Dall’Ara Stadium
Referee: VALERI
Assistants: TOLFO – SCHIRRU
Fourth Official: MASSIMI
VAR: PASQUA
AVAR: VIVENZI
20:45

Front Pages, La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport, and Tutto Sport, Friday 25 September 2020

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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, Friday 25 September 2020.

La Gazzetta dello Sport, Front Page, Friday 25 September 2020.


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Tutto Sport, Front Page, Friday 25 September 2020


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UEFA Europa League: Result AC MILAN 3 – 2 BODO/GLIMT, Thursday 24 September 2020

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58% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 42% Ball Possession BODO/GLIMT
AC Milan 3 – 2 Bodø/Glimt
16′ Hakan Çalhanoğlu     15′ Kasper Junker
32′ Lorenzo Colombo       54′ Jens Petter Hauge
50′ Hakan Çalhanoğlu

AC Milan win the UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round defeating Bodo/Glimt on Thursday 24 September 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.  AC Milan survived grabbing this home victory despite the absence of forward Zlatan Ibrahimović who tested positive for Covid-19 following a second round of swab tests ahead of the match. Ibrahimović has been promptly placed in quarantine at home.   Debut of AC Milan Primavera Lorenzo Colombo scoring a goal!

A big headache for AC Milan conceding a goal in the 15th minute. Hauge gets rid of Kessie and from the back he puts in the center for Kasper Junker who detaches himself from the scorers defeating AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma with a precise left-handed turn of first intention.

AC Milan reacting fast and just one minute after Junker’s goal, bam!  AC Milan forward Hakan Çalhanoğlu taking care of business to equalize for the 1-1 in the 16th minute.  Çalhanoğlu defeating Bodo/Glimt goalkeeper with a left footed shot in the top left corner.  The assist is by Ismael Bennacer.

Yes!  AC Milan taking the lead in the 32nd minute.  Young Lorenzo Colombo, 18 years old,  taking care of business to score.  What a way to say “Keep calm, here I am.”   The AC Milan Primavera Colombo making his full debut with this important goal.   Theo Hernandez pulling the ball back into the box and it was diverted to the far post by Hakan Çalhanoğlu giving Colombo the chance of firing into an unguarded net as Haikin had gambled on the cross.

AC Milan is rocking !  It is forward Hakan Çalhanoğlu to score in the 50th minute his second goal of the match defeating goalkeeper with a right footed shot in the bottom right corner.  Surely, a great day for Çalhanoğlu!

Bodo/Glimt shortening the distance for the 3-2 in the 54th minute.  Jens Petter Hauge defeating goalkeeper Donnarumma with a right footed shot!

AC Milan closer to the fourth goal in the 63rd minute with young Daniel Maldini….  sadly, the goal is ruled out for offside.

It’ll be the first ever meeting between the two sides, who will be facing each other in a straight knockout tie.

1- AC Milan and Bodø/Glimt are set to come up against each other for the first time. The Rossoneri have met a Norwegian side before, namely Rosenborg in the group stage of the 1996/97 Champions League. Back then AC Milan won 4-1 away and lost 2-1 at home.

2- In 29 previous encounters against Norwegian clubs in UEFA competitions, Italian teams have always managed to score (58 in total), winning 21 of those games (D5, L3).

Here is AC MILAN official starting lineup – formation by Coach Stefano Pioli:

AC Milan (4-2-3-1): Donnarunmma G.; Calabria, Kjær, Gabbia, Hernández; Bennacer, Kessie; Castillejo, Çalhanoğlu, Saelemaekers; Colombo.

Here is BODO/GLIMT official starting lineup – formation by Coach Knutsen:

Bodø/Glimt (4-3-3): Haikin; Björkan, Moe, Lode, Sampsted; Saltnes, Berg, Fet; Hauge, Junker, Zinckernagel.

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It is Referee Fran Jović from Croatia to direct the game. Referee Jović will be assisted by Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO). The fourth official will be Mario Zebec (CRO).

 


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AC Milan 3 – 2 Bodø/Glimt
Thursday 24 September 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:30

Referee: Fran Jović (CRO)
Assistant referees: Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO)
Fourth official: Mario Zebec (CRO)

Goals:  15′ Kasper Junker (B), 16′ Hakan Çalhanoğlu (M), 32′ Lorenzo Colombo (M), 50′ Hakan Çalhanoğlu (M), 54′ Jens Petter Hauge (B)

Official lineups – formations:

AC Milan (4-2-3-1): Donnarunmma G.; Calabria, Kjær, Gabbia, Hernández; Bennacer, Kessie; Castillejo, Çalhanoğlu, Saelemaekers; Colombo.

Subs.: Tătărușanu; Kalulu, Laxalt; Díaz, Krunić, Tonali; Maldini.

Coach: Stefano Pioli.

Bodø/Glimt (4-3-3): Haikin; Björkan, Moe, Lode, Sampsted; Saltnes, Berg, Fet; Hauge, Junker, Zinckernagel. Subs.: Smits, Höibraten, Foosnaes, Konradsen, Hagen, Boniface, Solbakken.

Coach: Knutsen.

 

Forward Zlatan Ibrahimović tested positive ahead of AC Milan v Bodø/Glim

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  Official:  Zlatan Ibrahimović has tested positive for Covid-19 following a second round of swab tests ahead of tonight’s game against Bodø/Glimt.  AC Milan making the official announcement  to the relevant authorities while Ibrahimović has been promptly placed in quarantine at home.  All other team members and staff have tested negative.

Ibrahimović will miss the UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round on Thursday 24 September 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy at 20:30.

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It is Referee Fran Jović from Croatia to direct the game. Referee Jović will be assisted by Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO). The fourth official will be Mario Zebec (CRO).


2020 – 2021 UEFA Europa League

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AC Milan – Bodø/Glimt
Thursday 24 September 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:30

Referee: Fran Jović (CRO)
Assistant referees: Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO)
Fourth official: Mario Zebec (CRO)

UEFA Europa League: AC Milan Coach Stefano Pioli, “Motivation to win is just as important as the quality”

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AC Milan – Bodø/Glimt

AC Milan Coach Stefano Pioli addressing the media during the press conference on Wednesday 23 September 2020.  AC Milan will play the Europa League Third Qualifying Round AC Milan vs Bodø/Glimt on Thursday 24 September 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy at 20:30. 

THE SQUAD’S PERFORMANCES
“Everyone is aware that there has been some real improvement both for the collective and for individual players. It’s well-deserved given the quality I have in my squad.”

OUR OPPONENTS
“To be honest I don’t like approaching games as if we have everything to lose: actually, we’ve got a lot to gain. In every match, we’ve got to question ourselves, but we’ve also got to implement our playstyle, and look to showcase our qualities and philosophy on the pitch. We need to be determined. We have great respect for our opponents but we’re also aware of our own quality. They have three very strong forwards, they tend to start games well, and they’re used to winning matches and playing the game on their own terms, which might mean they give us some space to work with. They’re unbeaten in their last 20 games and they’ve won 18 of them, and they have a clear set of values.”

THE CONDITION OF THE SQUAD
“We’re doing well, especially mentally, and we know how important this game is, so we’re preparing for it as if it were a final. The boys know that this will be the game of the Bodø/Glimt players’ lives, and that motivation to win is just as important as the quality you have in your squad. For our part, we’ve got to keep pushing, and keep on going as we have been. We’ve got plenty of room for improvement, and we’re well aware of what it means to wear the Rossoneri shirt. If we stick together as a team, I think that this could be a successful season for the Club.”

IBRA’S IMPACT
“I’ve been amazed by his condition. In the week leading up to the match in Dublin, he was in some real discomfort, but now he’s prepared really well, both physically and mentally, and he’s obviously got some unbelievable quality: that’s clear to us all.”

 


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It is Referee Fran Jović from Croatia to direct the game. Referee Jović will be assisted by Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO). The fourth official will be Mario Zebec (CRO).


2020 – 2021 UEFA Europa League

Third qualifying round

AC Milan – Bodø/Glimt
Thursday 24 September 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:30

Referee: Fran Jović (CRO)
Assistant referees: Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO)
Fourth official: Mario Zebec (CRO)

UEFA Europa League: AC Milan vs Bodø/Glimt, Match Officials, Referee Fran Jović, Thursday 24 September 2020

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    AC Milan –  Bodø/Glimt

UEFA announcing the match officials for the Europa League Third Qualifying Round AC Milan vs Bodø/Glimt to be played on Thursday 24 September 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy at 20:30.  It is Referee Fran Jović from Croatia to direct the game.

Referee Jović will be assisted by Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO).  The fourth official will be Mario Zebec (CRO).

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Third qualifying round

AC Milan – Bodø/Glimt
Thursday 24 September 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:30

Referee: Fran Jović (CRO)
Assistant referees: Ivica Modrić (CRO) and Hrvoje Radić (CRO)
Fourth official: Mario Zebec (CRO)

Arturo Vidal First Training Session as an Inter player on Tuesday 22 September 2020

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Inter forward Arturo Vidal first day training session as an Inter player on Tuesday 22 September 2020.   Vidal arrived in Milan on Sunday 20 September .  The official signing was on Tuesday after undergoing the required medical checks and signing his contract at Inter Headquarters in the presence of Inter President Steven Zhang.

Inter Coach Antonio Conte delighted to see his new player completing his first training.  Vidal will wear shirt number 22.   Vidal followed a double training session with his new teammates at the Suning Training Centre .  It was a special moment for Vidal also finding his Chilean friend Alexis Sanchez.   Vidal and Sanchez were once teammates at Colo-Colo and, of course, have played together for the Chilean National Team.

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Disciplinary Sanctions: Suspended Players after Serie A Week 1 Sporting Authorities on Tuesday 22 September 2020

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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 Eugenio Tenneriello on Tuesday 22 September 2020 after the Serie A Round 1 on Monday 21 September.

  • One Match Suspension

Mitchell Dijks (Bologna)

Note:   Hellas Verona Coach Ivan Jurić fined, for having, in violation of Article 21 paragraph 9 CGS, given instructions to his team on several occasions during the match despite being subject to disqualification; infringement detected by the employee of the Federal Prosecutor “.


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OFFICIAL: Arturo VIDAL joins Inter Milan on a permanent deal

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Inter official website confirming he signing of Chilean  Arturo Vidal on a permanent deal on Tuesday 22 September 2020.  Vidal is transferring from FC Barcelona where he played for two seasons.    Arturo will wear shirt number 22.

Vidal is the sixth Chilean to play for Inter. The first was Ivan Zamorano followed by David Pizarro, Luis Jimenez, Gary Medel and Alexis Sanchez.

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OFFICIAL: Atalanta sign Sam LAMMERS from PSV on a permanent deal

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Atalanta making the official announcement signing  23-year old Dutch forward Sam Lammers on a permanent deal and undisclosed terms.  The announcement was made on Tuesday 22 September 2020. Lammers is transferring from PSV Eindhoven.

Welcome to the Serie A!

Sam Lammers was born in Tilburg on the 30th of April 1997, he is a forward with a remarkable physical structure who knows how to combine strength with technical and tactical qualities, skilled in finishing. He came up through the PSV academy and he was promoted to the U21 squad aged 18, scoring 28 goals in 47 matches in his last two seasons in the Jupiler League. He also stood out in two editions of the UEFA Youth League, scoring against Manchester United, Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich.

He made his debut for the first team aged 19, first in the cup against Roda in September and then in the Eredivisie, the Dutch top flight in October 2016, ending his first season among the “greats” with two goals in five games in the league and then contributing the following year with seven appearances to win the title.

In 2018-2019 he joined Heerenveen on loan where he shone with goals, 16 in the league, 19 also counting the cup. An important season that earned him his return to PSV. In July 2019, coming on for Lozano in the final minutes of the game, it took him eight minutes to score in the 3-2 win over Basel in the first leg of the second qualifying round for the UEFA Champions League.

He played for the Netherlands youth national teams. His scoring average with the orange U19 was extraordinary: 10 goals in 14 games, three of which (against Croatia, England and Germany) in the final phase of the European championship. He made his debut for the Netherlands U21 in March 2017 against Finland, who he scored 3 goals in 11 appearances with.

Alvaro Morata in Turin for the Medical Tests, Tuesday 22 September 2020

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It’s official.  Spanish forward Alvaro Morata is in Turin, Italy arriving on 21 September 2020.  Morata checking int J/Medical for his tests on Tuesday.  Reportedly, Morata is set to join Juventus on loan from Atletico Madrid.

Alvaro Morata arriving at Caselle, Monday 21 September

Alvaro Morata checking for his medical tests…..Tuesday 22 September 2020

Inter training on Monday 21 September 2020 ahead of Fiorentina

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Inter Coach Antonio Conte preparing the team for their 2020-2021 Serie A Season.  Inter will play the Serie A Week 2 against Fiorentina on 26 September at 20:45 at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium.

Conte checking his players during the training on Monday 21 September 2020. As reported by Inter official website, the Nerazzurri completed a training session at the Suning Training Centre as they continue their preparations for the match.

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2020-2021 Coppa Italia Match Officials for the First Round

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Here are the 2020-2021 Coppa Italia Match Officials for the First Round Fixtures.

Tuesday 22 September 2020

SUD TIROL – SASSARI 22/09 h. 14.30 a Salò
Referee: CAMPLONE
Assistants: DELLA CROCE – MORO
IV: MAGGIO

TERNANA – ALBINOLEFFE 22/09 h. 20.30
Referee: FOURNEAU
Assistants: SECHI – ZINGARELLI
IV: PIASHUKU

Wednesday 23 September 2020

PONTEDERA – AREZZO h. 17.00
Referee: PATERNA
Assistants: BOTTEGONI – RASPOLLINI
IV: RICCI

CARRARESE – AMBROSIANA h. 17.00
Referee: VOLPI
Assistants: COSTANZO – SCATRAGLI
IV: FIERO

RENATE – AVELLINO h. 18.00
Referee: GARIGLIO
Assistants: TARDINO – LOMBARDI
IV: COLOMBO

NOVARA – GELBISON VL h. 16.30
Referee: SOZZA
Assistants: IMPERIALE – ROSSI C.
IV: SCARPA

PIACENZA – TERAMO h. 15.30
Referee: RAPUANO
Assistants: RANGHETTI – DI GIOIA
IV: DERIO

LIVORNO – PRO PATRIA h. 17.00
Referee: MERAVIGLIA
Assistants: LIBERTI – BERCIGLI
IV: FONTANI

BARI – TRASTEVERE h. 17.30
Referee: MASSIMI
Assistants: ROBILOTTA – RUGGIERI
IV: GAROFALO

CARPI – CASARANO h. 16.00
Referee: PRONTERA
Assistants: CECCONI – CALIARI
IV: BITONTI

CATANZARO – V. FRANCAVILLA h. 17.00
Referee: MARINI
Assistants: FIORITO – DE MEO
IV: COSSO

JUVE STABIA – TRITIUM h. 18.00
Referee: MARCHETTI
Assistants: DEL GIOVANE – DI IORIO
IV: DI MARCO

POTENZA – TRIESTINA h. 18.30
Referee: ILLUZZI
Assistants: MASTRODONATO – FIORE
IV: NATILLA

FERALPISALO’ – PINETO h. 18.30
Referee: AMABILE
Assistants: MONDIN – GALETTO
IV: CARDERA

PADOVA – BRENO h. 19.00
Referee: DIONISI
Assistants: TOLFO – VALERIANI
IV: PERENZONI

CATANIA – N. NOTARESCO h. 19.00
Referee: SANTORO
Assistants: LOCICERO – LOMBARDO
IV: PIRROTTA

MONOPOLI – MODENA h. 20.00
Referee: PEZZUTO
Assistants: DI VUOLO – PAGNOTTA
IV: DE SANTIS

ALESSANDRIA – SAMBENEDETTESE h. 20.00
Referee: MAGGIONI
Assistants: SCHIRRU – MIELE
IV: GIORDANO

Argentina called up 9 Serie A Players for the World Cup Qualifiers against Ecuador and Bolivia

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Argentina Head Coach Lionel Scaloni has called up for the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.   Congratulations to the 9 Serie A players among the called ups.   Argentina will play against Ecuador and Bolivia.

The first game will be against Ecuador on October 8 in “La Bombonera” in Buenos Aires.  The second game will be played against Bolivia on October 13 in La Paz, which has an altitude of 3500 meters above sea level.

  • ✅  Udinese goalkeeper Juan Muso
  • ✅  Fiorentina defender Germán Pezzella
  • ✅  Udinese midfielder Rodrigo De Paul
  • ✅  Bologna midfielder Nicolás Domínguez
  • ✅  Juventus forward Paulo Dybala
  • ✅  Atalanta forward Alejandro Gómez
  • ✅   Inter forward Lautaro Martínez
  • ✅   Lazio forward Joaquín Correa
  • ✅  Cagliari forward Giovanni Simeone

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Goalkeepers: Emiliano Martínez (Aston Villa, England), Juan Muso (Udinese, Italy), Agustin Marchesen (Porto, Portugal).

Defenders: Juan Foyth (Tottenham Hotspur), Renzo Saravia (Brazilian Inter), Germán Pezzella (Italian Fiorentina), Leo Balverde (French Marseille), Nicholas Otamendi (Manchester City, English), Newin Perez (Atletico Madrid), Nicolas Tagliavico (Ajax) Amsterdam (Netherlands), Marcos Acuña (Seville Spain), Facondo Medina (Lens, France).

Midfielders: Leandro Paredes (Paris Saint-Germain, France), Guido Rodrigues (Real Betis, Spain), Rodrigo de Paul (Udinese), Execiel Palacios (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany), Giovanni Le Celso (Tottenham Hotspur), Nicolás Domínguez (Bologna, Italy), Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton & Hove Albion).

Forwards: Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​Spain), Paulo Dybala (Juventus, Italy), Lucas Ocampo (Seville), Nicholas Gonzalez (Stuttgart, Germany), Alejandro Gómez (Italian Atalanta), Joaquín Correa (Lazio Italian), Lucas Alario (Bayer Leverkusen), Lautaro Martínez(Inter Milan), Christian Pavon (Los Angeles Galaxy, USA), Giovanni Simeone (Cagliari, Italy).

Italian Serie A Week 2, Matchday 2, Saturday 26, Sunday 27, Monday 28 September 2020

 

👉 Serie A Matchday 2 – Week 2 – Seconda Giornata – Segunda Jornada
27 Sep 2020

Saturday 26 September 2020

Torino-Atalanta
Olimpico di Torino Stadium
Turin, Italy
15:00, SKY

Cagliari-Lazio
Sardegna Arena
Cagliari, Italy
18:00, SKY

Sampdoria-Benevento
Luigi Ferraris Stadium
Genoa, Italy
18:00, SKY

Inter-Fiorentina
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
Milan, Italy
20:45, DAZN

Sunday 27 September 2020

Spezia-Sassuolo
Alberto Picco Stadium
Spezia, Italy
12:30, DAZN

Hellas Verona-Udinese
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Verona, Italy
15:00, DAZN

Napoli-Genoa
San Paolo Stadium
Napoli, Italy
15:00, SKY

Crotone-AC Milan
Ezio Scida Stadium
Crotone, Italy
18:00, SKY

AS Roma-Juventus
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy
20:45, SKY

Monday 28 September 2020

Bologna-Parma
Renato Dall’Ara Stadium
Bologna, Italy
20:45, SKY

2020-2021 Serie A Week 1 RESULTS / First Round on Saturday 19, Sunday 20, Monday 21 and Wednesday 30 September 2020

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Hello, my friends, the Serie A is back!  Here are the 2020-2021 Serie A Week 1 RESULTS /  First Round on Saturday 19, Sunday 20, Monday 21 and Wednesday 30 September 2020.   Games are still played without fans following the outbreak of COVID-19.  However, some stadium are opening for 1,000 guests to test.

👉  Juventus winner of the 2019-2020 Serie A Scudetto

👉The 3 teams promoted to the Serie A making their debut in the 2020-2021 Season are Benevento, Crotone, and Spezia

⚽️ Serie A Top Scorer up to Week 1:
AC Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic with 2 goal

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On Matchday 1, Lega Serie A and @ufficio_antidiscriminazioni stepped onto the field to fight all forms of racism and discrimination. #SerieATIM! 👊 ⛔ #KeepRacismOut

The first game of the 2020-2021 Season was Fiorentina vs Torino on Saturday 19 September at the Artemio Franchi Stadium.  The victory was for Fiorentina after the goal by defender Gaetano Castrovilli to become also the first to score in this season.    One goal was enough to grab the victory and claim all 3 points.  We must say that Torino put up a strong front with goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu and this time Torino star forward Andrea Belotti could not score.   Fiorentina 1 -0 Torino.

The second game   ended with a goalless draw.  Hellas Verona were not favorites to win.  Yet, this draw is more a flop for AS Roma failing to score and not winning the away game under the new Friedkin Era.  Hellas Verona avoided the fall and grab 1 point at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium.

Juventus, the reigning Italy’s Champions, making their 2020-2021 Season debut with a convincing victory.  Juventus win the Serie A Week 1 defeating Sampdoria with a 3-0 on Sunday 20 September 2020 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin.  The debut also for Dejan Kulusevski scoring a goal, then, Bonucci, and sealing the victory was Cristiano Ronaldo.

A mega start for Genoa with a poker at the Luigi Ferraris Stadium.  Genoa defeating newly promoted team Crotone with a 4-1.  Surely, this is not a good sign for Crotone who will have to archive this humiliation and win their next game to boost the morale of the team and fans.  The journey in Serie A for Crotone for the moment is uphill.

Napoli Coach Gennaro Gattuso must be delighted with his team winning the away game at the Ennio Tardini Stadium.  Napoli defeated Parma with a 2-0.  Good start for Napoli and the smile is set.  The highlight of the match is Captain Lorenzo Insigne playing his 350th game with Napoli and what a way to celebrate than by scoring a goal!!!!  Yep, Insigne sealed the victory scoring for the 2-0 in the 77th minute.

AC Milan starting the season with forward Zlatan Ibrahimović scoring 2 goals in the first game sending an optimistic message to the fans.  AC Milan giving a headache to Bologna unable to react.  The objective for AC Milan this season is to make it to the top 4 to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.   We see the debut of young Sandro Tonnali in the 77th minute replacing Franck Kessié.

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Top Serie A teams standing AFTER Serie A Week 1 game. First 4 qualifying for Champions League, 5 and 6 for Europa League. (Monday 21 September 2020)

GENOA, 1st position with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +3

JUVENTUS, 2nd position with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +3

AC MILAN, 3rd positions with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +2

UEFA Europa League NAPOLI, 4th position with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +2

FIORENTINA, 5th position with 3 points and a positive goal difference of +1

– CAGLIARI, 6th position with 1 points and a positive goal difference of 0

Relegation Zone:

– PARMA, 18th position with 0 points and a negative goal difference of -2

–  CROTONE, 19th position with 0 points and a negative goal difference of -3

– SAMPDORIA, 20th position with 0 point and a negative goal difference of -3

2020 – 2021 Italy Serie A Standing – Serie A Table up to Monday 21 September 2020
Rank TEAM GP W D L GF GA GD PoinTS
1 Genoa 1 1 0 0 4 1 3 3
2 Juventus 1 1 0 0 3 0 3 3
3 Milan 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 3
4 Napoli 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 3
5 Fiorentina 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3
6 Cagliari 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
7 Sassuolo 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
8 Roma 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
9 Verona 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
10 Atalanta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 Benevento 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 Internazionale 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13 Lazio 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 Spezia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Udinese 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Torino 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0
17 Bologna 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 0
18 Parma 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 0
19 Crotone 1 0 0 1 1 4 -3 0
20 Sampdoria 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 0

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Serie A Week 1: Result AC MILAN 2 – 0 BOLOGNA, Monday 21 September 2020

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58% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 42% Ball Possession BOLOGNA

AC Milan 2 – 0Bologna

35′ Zlatan Ibrahimović
51′ Zlatan Ibrahimović (pen)

AC Milan starting the 2020-2021 Season with a high note.  AC Milan win the Serie A Week 1 game defeating Bologna on Monday 21 September 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.  Bologna failing to react and will have to archive fast this defeat.  We must say that AC Milan played a convincing game.  The debut also for Sandro Tonnali starting as a sub in the 77th minute replacing Franck Kessié.

It is AC Milan to open the score in the 35th minute.  Forward Zlatan Ibrahimović defeating Bologna goalkeeper Skorupski with a headed shot in the bottom right corner.  Ibrahimović jumping high enough between two defenders for the final shot while Skorupski attempted to save with a super stretch. The assist is by Theo Hernández.

The party is on in San Siro! AC Milan increasing the score for the 2-0 in the 51st minute. Referee La Penna giving a penalty to AC Milan conceded by Riccardo Orsolini after committing a foul on Ismael Bennacer inside the penalty area. It is Zlatan Ibrahimović to take the spot and converting the penalty with a right footed shot to delight the fans. Good start!

Bologna remaining with 10 players in the 88th minute.  Referee La Penna giving a second yellow card to Mitchell Dijks after a foul on Alexis Saelemaekers .

Here is AC MILAN official starting lineup – formation by Coach Stefano Pioli:

AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): G. Donnarumma; Calabria, Kjær, Gabbia, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer; Castillejo, Çalhanoğlu, Rebić; Ibrahimović.

Here is BOLOGNA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Sinisa Mihajlović:

BOLOGNA (4-3-3): Skorupski; De Silvestri, Danilo, Tomiyasu, Dijks; Domínguez, Schouten, Soriano; Orsolini, Palacio, Barrow.

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AC Milan 2 – 0 Bologna
Monday 21 September 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:45

Referee: LA PENNA
Assistants: BRESMES – VECCHI
Fourth Official: GHERSINI
VAR: MASSA
AVAR: LIBERTI

Goals: 35′ Zlatan Ibrahimović  (M), 51′ Zlatan Ibrahimović (pen)(M)

Official lineups – formations:

AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): G. Donnarumma; Calabria, Kjær, Gabbia, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer; Castillejo, Çalhanoğlu, Rebić; Ibrahimović.

Subs: Tătărușanu, A. Donnarumma; Duarte, Kalulu, Laxalt; Díaz, Krunić, Paquetá, Saelemaekers, Tonali; Colombo, Maldini.

Coach: Stefano Pioli.

BOLOGNA (4-3-3): Skorupski; De Silvestri, Danilo, Tomiyasu, Dijks; Domínguez, Schouten, Soriano; Orsolini, Palacio, Barrow.

Subs: Da Costa; Bani, Denswil, Mbaye; Baldursson, Poli, Svanberg; Juwara, Sansone, Santander, Skov Olsen, Vignato.

Coach: Sinisa Mihajlović.

 

Serie A Week 1: Result PARMA 0 – 2 NAPOLI, Sunday 20 September 2020

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39% Ball Possession Parma and 61% Ball Possession NAPOLI
Parma 0 – 2 Napoli
.                                                                64′ Dries Mertens
.                                                                77′ Lorenzo Insigne

Parma starting the 2020-2021 Season with the wrong foot.  Parma lost the Serie A Week 1  game defeated by Napoli on Sunday 20 September 2020 at the Ennio Tardini Stadium in Parma, Italy.  Napoli conquered the Tardini grabbing this important away victory to claim all 3 points.

Surely, this is a sour debut for Parma Coach Fabio Liverani and a disappointment for new Parma owner Kyle Krause.   The party is all for Napoli Coach Gennaro Gattuso starting the season with the right foot.  The highlight of the match is Captain Lorenzo Insigne playing his 350th game with Napoli and what a way to celebrate than by scoring a goal!!!!

Napoli opening the score in the 64th minute.  It is forward Dries Mertens to defeat Parma goalkeeper Sepe with a right footed shot in the bottom right corner.

Parma just not finding the way out and concede another goal. In the 77th minute, it is Captain Lorenzo Insigne to score from very close range with a right footed shot to make it a 0-2.


Here is PARMA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Fabio Liverani:

Parma (4-3-1-2): Sepe; Darmian, Iacoponi, Bruno Alves, Giu. Pezzella;   Grassi, Brugman,NHernani; Kucka; Cornelius, Inglese.

Here is NAPOLI official starting lineup – formation by Coach Gennaro Gattuso:

Napoli (4-3-3): Ospina; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Hysaj; Ruiz, Demme, Zielinski; Lozano, Mertens, Insigne.

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2020 – 2021 Italian Serie A Week 1

Parma 0 – 2 Napoli
Sunday 20 September 2020
Ennio Tardini Stadium
Parma, Italy

12:30

Referee: MARIANI
Assistants: PRENNA – MARGANI
Fourth Official: ROS
VAR: AURELIANO
AVAR: DEL GIOVANE

Goals: 64′ Dries Mertens (N), 77′ Lorenzo Insigne (N)

Official lineups – formations:

PARMA (4-2-3-1): Sepe; Darmian, Iacoponi, Alves, Pezzella; Grassi (89′ Siligardi), Brugman (68′ Dezi), Hernani; Kucka; Cornelius, Inglese (68′ Karamoh).

Subs: Adorante, Alastra, Balogh, Dermaku, Kasa, Laurini, Ricci, Simonetti, Sprocati.

Coach:  Fabio Liverani.

NAPOLI (4-3-3): Ospina; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Hysaj; Zielinski (8′ Lobotka), Demme (61′ Osimhen), Fabian (83′ Elmas); Lozano (83′ Politano), Mertens (88′ Petagna), Insigne.

Subs: Contini, Ghoulam, Maksimovic, Meret, Rrahmani, Rui.

Coach:  Gennaro Gattuso.

Booked:  Darmian, Alves, Pezzella, Kucka (P); Demme (N).

Serie A Week 1: Result GENOA 4 – 1 CROTONE, Sunday 20 September 2020

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48% Ball Possession GENOA and 52% Ball Possession CROTONE
Genoa 4 – 1 Crotone Crotone
6′ Mattia Destro            28′  Emanuele Rivière
9′ Goran Pandev
34′ Davide Zappacosta
75′ Marko Pjaca

Genoa starting the 2020-2021 Season in grand style. Genoa winning convincingly the Serie A Week 1 game crushing Crotone on Sunday 20 September 2020 at the Luigi Ferraris Stadium in Genova, Italy.

  • Genoa dominating newly promoted Crotone. It’s a sour  lost for Crotone. On the other hand, it’s a very sweet victory for  Genoa.  What a way to start the season.

Genoa CFC (@GenoaCFC) Tweeted:

🔴🔵 Il Genoa Cfc sostiene la campagna anti discriminazione #KeepRacismOut realizzata dalla Lega @SerieA in collaborazione con @unar_norazzismi (Ufficio Nazionale Anti Razzismo della Presidenza del Consiglio). https://t.co/0jReqJYQNo https://twitter.com/GenoaCFC/status/1307681304406876160?s=20

Genoa opening the score in the 6th minute.  It’s forward Mattia Destro defeating Crotone goalkeeper Cordaz with a  right footed shot from very close range in the center.  The assist is by Paolo Ghiglione.

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The honor goal for Crotone is scored in the 28th minute.  It is Emmanuel Rivière to defeat Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin with a right footed shot in the bottom right corner. The assist is by Salvatore Molina.

Here is Genoa official starting lineup – formation:

GENOA: 1 Perin; 14 Biraschi, 21 Radovanovic, 5 Goldaniga; 18 Ghiglione, 8 Lerager, 20 Schöne, 16 Zajc, 32 Ankersen; 23 Destro, 19 Pandev.

Here is Crotone official starting lineup – formation:

CROTONE: 1 Cordaz; 6 Magallan, 34 Marrone, 5 Golemic; 17 Molina, 30 Messias, 8 Cigarini, 21 Zanellato, 23 Mazzotta; 97 Riviere, 25 Simy.

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Il Genoa inizia col piede giusto: partenza in quarta e tre punti a casa con quattro reti!

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2020 – 2021 Italian Serie A Week 1

Genoa 4 – 1 Crotone
Sunday 20 September 2020
Luigi Ferraris Stadium
Genova, Italy

15:00

Referee: AYROLDI
Assistants: GIALLATINI – MACADDINO
Fourth Official: MANGANIELLO
VAR: BANTI
AVAR: RANGHETTI

Goals: 6′ Mattia Destro (G), 9′ Goran Pandev (G), 28′ Emanuele Rivière (C), 34′ Davide Zappacosta (G), 75′ Marko Pjaca (G)

Official lineups – formations :

GENOA: 1 Perin; 14 Biraschi, 21 Radovanovic, 5 Goldaniga; 18 Ghiglione, 8 Lerager, 20 Schöne, 16 Zajc, 32 Ankersen; 23 Destro, 19 Pandev.

Subs: 22 Marchetti (GK), 38 Zima (GK), 2 Zapata, 11 Behrami, 17 Brlek, 24 Melegoni, 28 Asencio, 37 Pjaca, 47 Badelj, 65 Rovella, 77 Zappacosta, 99 Czyborra.

Coach : Rolando Maran

CROTONE: 1 Cordaz; 6 Magallan, 34 Marrone, 5 Golemic; 17 Molina, 30 Messias, 8 Cigarini, 21 Zanellato, 23 Mazzotta; 97 Riviere, 25 Simy.

Subs.: 16 Festa (GK), 22 Crespi (GK), 2 Spolli, 7 Mustacchio, 11 Dragus, 14 Crociata, 19 Gomelt, 24 Kargbo, 33 Rispoli, 95 Eduardo.

Coach: Stroppa

Serie A Week 1: AC Milan vs Bologna, Official Called Up Players, Monday 21 September 2020

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Here are AC MILAN official called up players by Coach Stefano Pioli for the Serie A Week 1 game AC Milan vs Bologna on Monday 21 September 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy at 20:45.

Goalkeepers:  A. Donnarumma, G. Donnarumma, Tătărușanu.

Defenders:  Calabria, Duarte, Gabbia, Hernández, Kalulu, Kjær, Laxalt.

Midfielders:  Bennacer, Çalhanoğlu, Díaz, Kessie, Krunić, Paquetá, Saelemaekers, Tonali.

Forwards:  Castillejo, Colombo, Ibrahimović, Maldini, Rebić.


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Here are BOLOGNA official called up players by Coach Siniša Mihajlović for the game against AC Milan:

Goalkeepers: Da Costa, Ravaglia, Skorupski.

Defenders: Bani, Danilo, Denswil, De Silvestri, Dijks, Mbaye, Tomiyasu.

Midfielders: Baldursson, Dominguez, Poli, Schouten, Soriano, Svanberg.

Forwards: Barrow, Juwara, Orsolini, Palacio, Sansone, Santander, Skov Olsen, Vignato.

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AC Milan – Bologna
Monday 21 September 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:45

Referee: LA PENNA
Assistants: BRESMES – VECCHI
Fourth Official: GHERSINI
VAR: MASSA
AVAR: LIBERTI

Serie A Week 1: Result JUVENTUS 3 – 0 SAMPDORIA, Sunday 20 September 2020

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66% Ball Possession JUVENTUS and 34% Ball Possession SAMPDORIA

Juventus 3 – 0 Sampdoria

13′ Dejan Kulusevski
78′ Leonardo Bonucci
88′ Cristiano Ronaldo

Juventus, the reigning Italy’s Champions, making their 2020-2021 Season debut with a victory.  Juventus win the Serie A Week 1 defeating Sampdoria on Sunday 20 September 2020 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy.  The dream debut  for new Juventus Coach Andrea Pirlo with a convincing victory.

The party starts for Juventus in the 13th minute. New Juventus player Dejan Kulusevski making his brilliant debut by opening the score defeating Sampdoria goalkeeper with a left footed shot in the bottom left corner. The assist is by forward Cristiano Ronaldo. Kulusevski, what a way to present himself to his new fans!

Juventus increasing the score in the 78th minute. It is Leonardo Bonucci to smack from very close range a right footed shot securing the victory. The goal resulting following a corner conceded by Gastón Ramírez.

And the party is at its best in the 88th minute!  King Cristiano Ronaldo, his majesty, scoring to seal the victory with a right footed shot leaving goalkeeper Audero stretching while observing the direction of the ball blasting the net.

Goalkeeper Szczesny playing his 100th game with Juventus joining the 100s! Good celebration keeping a clean sheet!

Great debut also of American midfielder Weston James Earl McKennie!

Here is JUVENTUS official starting lineup – formation by Coach Andrea Pirlo:

JUVENTUS (3-5-2): Szczesny; Danilo, Bonucci, Chiellini; Cuadrado, Ramsey, McKennie, Rabiot, Frabotta; Kulusevski, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Here is SAMPDORIA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Claudio Ranieri:

SAMPDORIA (4-5-1): Audero; Bereszynski, Tonelli, Colley, Augello; Depaoli, Thorsby, Ekdal, Jankto, Leris; Bonazzoli.

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Juventus 3 – 0 Sampdoria
Sunday 20 September 2020
Allianz Stadium
Turin, Italy

20:45

Referee: PICCININI
Assistants: PASSERI – ROCCA
Fourth Official: DIONISI
VAR: CALVARESE
AVAR: LO CICERO

Goals: 13′ Dejan Kulusevski (J), 78′ Leonardo Bonucci (J), 88′ Cristiano Ronaldo (J)

JUVENTUS (3-5-2): Szczesny; Danilo, Bonucci, Chiellini; Cuadrado, Ramsey, McKennie, Rabiot, Frabotta; Kulusevski, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Subs: Buffon, Pinsoglio, L. Pellegrini, Rugani, Demiral, Arthur, Bentancur, Portanova, Nicolussi, Douglas Costa, Vrioni.

Coach: Andrea Pirlo

SAMPDORIA (4-5-1): Audero; Bereszynski, Tonelli, Colley, Augello; Depaoli, Thorsby, Ekdal, Jankto, Leris; Bonazzoli.

Subs: Subs: Ravaglia, Vieira, Chabot, Verre, Ramirez, Regini, La Gumina, Yoshida, Ferrari, Quagliarella, Capezzi, Damsgaard.

Coach: Claudio Ranieri

 

Serie A Week 1: Result CAGLIARI 1 – 1 SASSUOLO, Sunday 20 September 2020

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68% Ball Possession SASSUOLO and 32% Ball Possession CAGLIARI
Sassuolo 1 – 1 Cagliari
77′ Giovanni Simeone                      87′ Mehdi Bourabia

Sassuolo failing to win the Serie A Week 1 game against Cagliari on Sunday 20 September 2020 at the Mapei Stadium in Sassuolo, Italy.  Cagliari the debut of the 2020-2021 ends with a draw sharing 1 point each.   Cagliari had the lead and then Sassuolo managed to earn at least 1 point at the Mapei.

Cagliari opening the score in the 77th minute. It is forward Giovanni Simeone to defeat Sassuolo goalkeeper Andrea Consigli with a headed shot from very close range in the center. The assist is by João Pedro with a cross.

Sassuolo equalizing for the 1-1 in the 87th minute. It is Mehdi Bourabia to defeat Cagliari goalkeeper Cragno with a right footed free kick shot in the top left corner.

Here is SASSUOLO official staring lineup – formation by Coach Roberto De Zerbi:

SASSUOLO (4-2-3-1): Consigli; Toljan, Chiriches, Ferrari, Rogerio; Obiang, Locatelli; Berardi, Djuricic, Haraslin; Caputo.

Here is CAGLIARI official starting lineup – formation by Coach Eusebio Di Francesco:

CAGLIARI (4-3-3): Cragno; Faragò, Walukiewicz, Klavan, Lykogiannis; Caligara, Marin, Rog; Nandez, Simeone, Joao Pedro.

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Sassuolo 1 – 1 Cagliari
Sunday 20 September 2020
Mapei Stadium
Sassuolo, Italy

18:00

Referee: MARINELLI
Assistants: MUTO – PALERMO
Fourth Official: FABBRI
VAR: DI PAOLO
AVAR: VIVENZI

Goals:  77′ Giovanni Simeone  (C), 87′ Mehdi Bourabia (S)

Official lineups – formations:

SASSUOLO (4-2-3-1): Consigli; Toljan, Chiriches, Ferrari, Rogerio; Obiang, Locatelli; Berardi, Djuricic, Haraslin; Caputo.

Subs: Pegolo, Turati, Marlon, Ayhan, Ricci, Muldur, Traore, Ghion, Bourabia, Kyriakopoulos, Defrel.

Coach: Roberto De Zerbi

CAGLIARI (4-3-3): Cragno; Faragò, Walukiewicz, Klavan, Lykogiannis; Caligara, Marin, Rog; Nandez, Simeone, Joao Pedro.

Subs: Aresti, Tripaldelli, Pinna, Pisacane, Carboni, Zappa, Pajac, Oliva,Sottil, Ladinetti, Pavoletti.

Coach: Eusebio Di Francesco

 

Friendly the Inzaghi Derby: Result LAZIO 0 – 0 BENEVENTO, Saturday 19 September 2020

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        Lazio 0 –  0 Benevento

The Inzaghi Derby ended with a goalless draw at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium on Saturday 19 September 2020.  This was a friendly game ahead of their respected debuts in the 2020-2021 Serie A.

I must say that I am so thrilled to have both Inzaghi brothers in the Serie A.  Wow, you got to be kidding!  Surely, Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi has more experience on the technical level.  Simone has won with Lazio 2 Super Coppa Italiana as coach.  However, Benevento Coach Filippo “Super Pippo” Inzaghi has more experience as a footballer, especially with ex-team AC Milan winning 2 UEFA Champions League and with Italy team the 2006 FIFA World Cup.    I am so happy with this pre-season friendly game referred now as “The Inzaghi Derby.”

Warming up is over and now they will have to prepare for the Serie A.  On Wednesday 30 September, Lazio will play the Serie A Week 1 against Atalanta  at the Olimpico and Benevento will play against Inter at the Ciro Vigorito Stadium.

Here is LAZIO official starting lineup – formation by Coach Simone Inzaghi:

LAZIO (3-5-2) – Strakosha; Patric, Acerbi, Radu; Lazzari, Akpa Akpro, Leiva, Parolo, Lukaku; Correa, Immobile.

Here is BENEVENTO official starting lineup – formation by Coach Filippo Inzaghi:

BENEVENTO (4-3-3) – Montipò; Letizia, Glik, Caldirola, Foulon; Ionita, Schiattarella, Dabo; Caprari, Moncini, Insigne.

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Lazio 0 – 0 Benevento
Saturday 19 September 2020
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy

Referee: Fabrizio PASQUA (Tivoli)
Assistants: Scatragli – Zingarelli.

Goals:  No goals

Official lineups – formations:

LAZIO (3-5-2)  – Strakosha, Patricio, Lukaku (67′ Marusic), Lucas Leiva (67′ Escalante), Correa (76′ Cataldi), Parolo (K) (67′ Caicedo), Immobile (81′ Adekanye), Radu (81′ Bastos), Lazzari (81′ Andreson), Acerbi, Akpa Akpro (76′ Kiyine).

Subs: Reina, Alia, Armini, Falbo.

Coach: Simone Inzaghi

BENEVENTO (4-3-3) – Montipò, Letizia (67′ Maggio), Caldirola (K), Dabo (67′ Tello), Glik (67′ Tuia), Caprari (67′ Sau), Foulon (67′ Improta), R. Insigne (67′ Kragl), Moncini (67′ Lapadula), Schiattarella (76′ Del Pinto), Ionita (67′ Hetemaj).

Subs: Manfredini, Lucatelli, P. Gori, Rillo, Di Serio, Vokic.

Coach:  Filippo Inzaghi

 

Serie A Week 1: AC Milan vs Bologna, Match Officials, Referee Federico La Penna, Monday 21 September 2020

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The Italian Referee Association (AIA) has announced the match officials for the Serie A Week 1 game AC Milan vs Bologna on Monday 21 September 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy at 20:45.  It is Referee Federico La Penna from the section of Roma 1 to direct the game.

Referee La Penna will be assisted by Marco Bresmes from the section of Bergamo and Valerio Vecchi from the section of Lamezia Terme.  The fourth official will be Davide Ghersini from the section of Genova.  The VAR will be Davide Massa from the section of Imperia and the AVAR will be Stefano Liberti from the section of Pisa.

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AC Milan – Bologna
Monday 21 September 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:45

Referee: LA PENNA
Assistants: BRESMES – VECCHI
Fourth Official: GHERSINI
VAR: MASSA
AVAR: LIBERTI

 

Serie A Week 1: Result HELLAS VERONA 0 – 0 AS ROMA, Saturday 19 September 2020

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40% Ball Possession HELLAS VERONA and 60% Ball Possession AS ROMA
Hellas Verona 0 – 0 AS Roma
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Hellas Verona failing to win the Serie A Week 1 game against AS Roma on Saturday 19 September 2020 at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium in Verona, Italy.   The match ended with a goalless draw.

The new AS Roma era under the ownership of the Texas-based Friedkin Group will have to wait for their first victory.  For the moment, Roma collecting 1 point in this away game.

Here is HELLAS VERONA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Ivan Jurić:

HELLAS VERONA: Silvestri; Cetin, Gunter, Empereur; Faraoni, Tamèze, Veloso, Dimarco; Danzi; Tupta, Di Carmine.

Here is AS ROMA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Paulo Fonseca:

AS ROMA: Mirante; Mancini, Cristante, Ibanez; Karsdorp, Diawara, Veretout, Spinazzola; Pellegrini, Pedro, Mkhitaryan.

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Hellas Verona 0 – 0 AS Roma
Saturday 19 September 2020
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Verona, Italy

20:45

Referee: CHIFFI
Assistants: PRETI – ROSSI L.
Fourth Official: GIUA
VAR: IRRATI
AVAR: TOLFO

Goals: No goals

Official lineups – formations:

HELLAS VERONA: Silvestri; Cetin, Gunter, Empereur; Faraoni, Tamèze, Veloso, Dimarco; Danzi; Tupta, Di Carmine.

Subs: Berardi, Lovato, Barak, Stepinski, Udogie, Bocchetti, Ruegg, Zaccagni, Pandur, Casale, Ilic.

Coach: Ivan Juric.

AS ROMA: Mirante; Mancini, Cristante, Ibanez; Karsdorp, Diawara, Veretout, Spinazzola; Pellegrini, Pedro, Mkhitaryan.

Subs.: Pau Lopez, Boer, Santon, Kumbulla, Calafiori, Villar, Antonucci, Kluivert, Perez, Dzeko.

Coach: Paulo Fonseca.

 

New Juventus bus for the 2020/21 season was unveiled

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Juventus bus for the 2020/21 season was unveiled on Saturday 19 September 2020. It’s a design that was decided by the  fans, through Socios.com

Juventus are Italy’s Champions winning the 2019-2020 Scudetto.

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Serie A Week 1: Result FIORENTINA 1 – 0 TORINO, Saturday 19 September 2020

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50% Ball Possession FIORENTINA and 50% Ball Possession TORINO
Fiorentina 1 – 0 Torino
75′ Gaetano Castrovilli

The first game of the 2020-2021 Serie A season starts today!   Fiorentina win the Serie A Week 1 game defeating Torino on Saturday 19 September 2020 at the Artemio Franchi Stadium in Florence, Italy.  Good start for Fiorentina winning the home game and boosting the morale of the fans expecting a great season.

It is Fiorentina to open the score in the 75th minute. Gaetano Castrovilli defeating Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu with a left footed shot in the center. The assist is by Federico Chiesa.

Here is FIORENTINA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Giuseppe Iachini:

FIORENTINA (3-5-2): Dragowski; Milenkovic, Ceccherini, Caceres; Chiesa, Bonaventura, Duncan, Castrovilli, Biraghi; Kouamé, Ribery.

Here is TORINO official starting lineup – formation by Coach Marco Giampaolo:

TORINO (4-3-1-2): Sirigu, Izzo, Bremer, Nkoulou, Ansaldi; Meité, Rincon, Linetty; Berenguer; Zaza, Belotti.

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Fiorentina 1 –0  Torino
Saturday 19 September 2020
Artemio Franchi Stadium
Florence, Italy

18:00

Referee: ABISSO
Assistants: COLAROSSI – BACCINI
Fourth Official: SACCHI
VAR: GIACOMELLI
AVAR: GALETTO

Goals: 75′ Gaetano Castrovilli (F)

Official lineups – formations:

FIORENTINA (3-5-2): Dragowski; Milenkovic, Ceccherini, Caceres; Chiesa, Bonaventura, Duncan, Castrovilli, Biraghi; Kouamé, Ribery.

Coach: Giuseppe Iachini

TORINO (4-3-1-2): Sirigu, Izzo, Bremer, Nkoulou, Ansaldi; Meité, Rincon, Linetty; Berenguer; Zaza, Belotti.

Coach: Marco Giampaolo

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2020-2021 Parma Calcio players shirt numbers

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Here are Parma Calcio 1913’s players shirt numbers for the 2020/21 season.

1 Sepe

2 Iacoponi

3 Pezzella

4 Balogh

5 Scozzarella

7 Gagliolo

8 Grassi

10 Karamoh

11 Cornelius

14 Kurtic

15 Brugman

16 Laurini

17 Dezi

20 Gazzola

21 Dermaku

22 Bruno Alves

23 Hernani Jr

26 Siligardi

27 Gervinho

31 Ricci

32 Simonetti

33 Kucka

34 Colombi

36 Darmian

44 Kasa

45 Inglese

46 Alastra

93 Sprocati

97 Da Cruz

99 Adorante

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Crotone players’ shirts numbers for the 2020/21 season

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  CrotoneThe Crotone Football Club announces the players’ shirts numbers for the 2020/21 season:

1 CORDAZ

2 SPOLLI

3 CUOMO

5 GOLEMIC

6 MAGALLAN

7 MUSTACCHIO

8 CIGARINI

10 BENALI

13 GIGLIOTTI

14 CROCIATA

16 FESTA

17 MOLINA

19 GOMELT

21 ZANELLATO

22 CRESPI

23 MAZZOTTA

24 KARGBO

25 SIMY

26 EVAN’S

28 BORELLO

30 MESSIAS

33 RISPOLI

34 MARRONE

77 VULIC

95 EDUARDO

97 RIVIERE

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2020-2021 Sassuolo Calcio players shirt numbers

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Sassuolo Calcio players will wear the following jersey numbers for the 2020-2021 Season:

 

  • 2 MARLON
  • 4 MAGNANELLI Francesco
  • 5 AYHAN Kaan
  • 6 ROGERIO
  • 7 BOGA Jeremie
  • 9 CAPUTO Francesco
  • 10 DJURICIC Filip
  • 11 ODGAARD Jens
  • 12 ADJAPONG Claud
  • 13 PELUSO Federico
  • 14 OBIANG Pedro
  • 16 RICCI Federico
  • 17 MULDUR Mert
  • 18 RASPADORI Giacomo
  • 19 ROMAGNA Filippo
  • 20 MANZARI Giacomo
  • 21 CHIRICHES Vlad
  • 22 TOLJAN Jeremy
  • 23 TRAORE Junior
  • 25 BERARDI Domenico
  • 27 HARASLIN Lukas
  • 31 FERRARI Gianmarco
  • 35 PICCININI Stefano
  • 36 MAZZITELLI Luca
  • 44 GHION Andrea
  • 47 CONSIGLI Andrea
  • 56 PEGOLO Gianluca
  • 63 TURATI Stefano
  • 68 BOURABIA Mehdi
  • 70 MERCATI Alessandro
  • 71 VITALE Samuele
  • 73 LOCATELLI Manuel
  • 77 KYRIAKOPOULOS Giorgios
  • 92 DEFREL Gregoire
  • 98 PIERINI Nicholas
  • 99 SCAMACCA Gianluca

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Italian Serie A Week 3, Matchday 3, Friday 2, Saturday 3, and Sunday 4 October 2020

 

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Friday 2 October 2020

Fiorentina-Sampdoria
Artemio Franchi Stadium
Florence, Italy
20:45, SKY

Saturday 3 October 2020

Sassuolo-Crotone
Mapei Stadium
Sassuolo, Italy
15:00, SKY

Genoa-Torino
Luigi Ferraris Stadium
Genoa, Italy
18:00, SKY

Udinese-AS Roma
Dacia Arena
Udine, Italy
20:45, DAZN

Sunday 4 October 2020

Atalanta-Cagliari
Gewiss Stadium
Bergamo, Italy
12:30, DAZN

Benevento-Bologna
Ciro Vigorito Stadium
Benevento, Italy
15:00, SKY

Lazio-Inter
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy
15:00, DAZN

Parma-Hellas Verona
Ennio Tardini Stadium
Parma, Italy
15:00, SKY

AC Milan-Spezia
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy
18:00, SKY

Juventus-Napoli
Allianz Stadium
Turin, Italy
20:45, SKY
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Saturday 17 October 2020

Napoli-Atalanta
San Paolo Stadium
Napoli, Italy
15.00, SKY

Inter-AC Milan
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
Milan, Italy
18.00, SKY

Sampdoria-Lazio
Luigi Ferraris Stadium
Genova, Italy
18.00, SKY

Crotone-Juventus
Ezio Scida Stadium
Crotone, Italy
20.45, DAZN

Sunday 18 October 2020

Bologna-Sassuolo
Renato Dall’Ara Stadium
Bologna, Italy
12.30, DAZN

Spezia-Fiorentina
Alberto Picco Stadium
Spezia, Italy
15.00, DAZN

Torino-Cagliari
Olimpico di Torino Stadium
Turin, Italy
15.00, SKY

Udinese-Parma
Dacia Arena
Udine, Italy
18.00, SKY

AS Roma-Benevento
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy
20.45, SKY

Monday 19 October 2020

Hellas Verona-Genoa
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Verona, Italy
20.45, SKY

 

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2020-2021 Coppa Italia First Round Results

 

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Here are the 2020-2021 Coppa Italia Results for the First Round Fixtures.

Tuesday 22 September 2020

SUD TIROL 2 – 1 SASSARI 22/09 h. 14.30 a Salò
Referee: CAMPLONE
Assistants: DELLA CROCE – MORO
IV: MAGGIO

TERNANA 1 – 2 ALBINOLEFFE 22/09 h. 20.30
Referee: FOURNEAU
Assistants: SECHI – ZINGARELLI
IV: PIASHUKU

Wednesday 23 September 2020

PIACENZA 1 – 2 TERAMO h. 15.30
Referee: RAPUANO
Assistants: RANGHETTI – DI GIOIA
IV: DERIO

CARPI 1 – 3 CASARANO h. 16.00
Referee: PRONTERA
Assistants: CECCONI – CALIARI
IV: BITONTI

PONTEDERA 1 – 2 AREZZO h. 17.00
Referee: PATERNA
Assistants: BOTTEGONI – RASPOLLINI
IV: RICCI

CARRARESE 4 – 0 AMBROSIANA h. 17.00
Referee: VOLPI
Assistants: COSTANZO – SCATRAGLI
IV: FIERO

RENATE 2 – 1 AVELLINO h. 18.00
Referee: GARIGLIO
Assistants: TARDINO – LOMBARDI
IV: COLOMBO

NOVARA 3 –  1GELBISON  h. 16.30
Referee: SOZZA
Assistants: IMPERIALE – ROSSI C.
IV: SCARPA

LIVORNO 1 – 2 PRO PATRIA h. 17.00
Referee: MERAVIGLIA
Assistants: LIBERTI – BERCIGLI
IV: FONTANI

BARI 4 – 0 TRASTEVERE h. 17.30
Referee: MASSIMI
Assistants: ROBILOTTA – RUGGIERI
IV: GAROFALO

CATANZARO 2 – 1 V. FRANCAVILLA h. 17.00
Referee: MARINI
Assistants: FIORITO – DE MEO
IV: COSSO

JUVE STABIA 2 – 1 TRITIUM h. 18.00
Referee: MARCHETTI
Assistants: DEL GIOVANE – DI IORIO
IV: DI MARCO

POTENZA 0 – 2 TRIESTINA
Referee: ILLUZZI
Assistants: MASTRODONATO – FIORE
IV: NATILLA

FERALPISALO’ 1 – PINETO h. 18.30
Referee: AMABILE
Assistants: MONDIN – GALETTO
IV: CARDERA

PADOVA 0 – 2 BRENO h. 19.00
Referee: DIONISI
Assistants: TOLFO – VALERIANI
IV: PERENZONI

CATANIA 1 – 2 N. NOTARESCO h. 19.00
Referee: SANTORO
Assistants: LOCICERO – LOMBARDO
IV: PIRROTTA

MONOPOLI 1 – 0 MODENA h. 20.00
Referee: PEZZUTO
Assistants: DI VUOLO – PAGNOTTA
IV: DE SANTIS

ALESSANDRIA 3 – 2 SAMBENEDETTESE h. 20.00
Referee: MAGGIONI
Assistants: SCHIRRU – MIELE
IV: GIORDANO

MORATA: “NEL POSTO GIUSTO AL MOMENTO GIUSTO”

«É l’opportunità della mia vita». Alvaro Morata non usa tanti giri di parole per spiegare l’enorme felicità per il suo ritorno alla Juventus. Nel pomeriggio l’attaccante spagnolo è stato presentato ufficialmente all’Allianz Stadium, rispondendo alle domande dei giornalisti invitati. «Essere qui un’altra volta è davvero molto bello. Oggi sono molto più grande come persona e come calciatore. Sono nel posto giusto al momento giusto, ritorno con più esperienza rispetto alla prima volta».

MISTER PIRLO E CR7
«Mi ha fatto un bellissimo effetto ritrovare Andrea Pirlo. É fatto per essere un allenatore, è quello che ha bisogno la Juventus. Sono rimasto molto colpito dopo due soli allenamenti su come gestisce il gruppo. Ronaldo? Lo conosco bene come persona, mentre il calciatore lo conosciamo tutti. Ho sempre avuto un rapporto molto buono con lui, è felice per il mio arrivo qui alla Juventus».

SERIE A TIM E CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
«Nella scorsa stagione ho visto tantissime partite di Serie A, è diventata la miglior lega del mondo, ogni anno è sempre più difficile. La Champions League è importantissima per la Juventus, che negli ultimi anni l’ha sfiorata spesso. Se la dovessimo vincere quest’anno sarei l’uomo più felice al mondo».

VOGLIA DI VINCERE
«I compagni mi conoscono, con molti di loro ho già giocato insieme, e sanno che farò qualsiasi cosa per aiutarli a vincere. Darò tutto per questa squadra. Voglio fare tanti gol, certamente. Ma la cosa più importante è vincere, questo è uno sport collettivo. La Juventus ha scommesso su di me quando ero giovane ed ho la testa piena di bei ricordi, su tutti mia moglie e i trofei vinti con la squadra. Andare via da Torino non era dipeso da me. Sono stato felice a Madrid, ma adesso per me è importante essere qua, ho mantenuto i contatti con tutti in questi anni. Adesso abbiamo da vivere nuove sfide insieme».

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