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2020-2021 Serie A Week 7 RESULTS / Seventh Round on Friday 6, Saturday 7, and Sunday 8 November 2020

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Hello, my friends. Here are the 2020-2021 Serie A Week 7 RESULTS / Seventh Round on Friday 6, Saturday 7, and Sunday 8 November 2020.

👉 Juventus winner of the 2019-2020 Serie A Scudetto

⚽️ Serie A Top Scorer up to Week 6: (Updated on 1 November)
AC Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic with 7 goals

The Serie A leadership  remains the same with AC Milan as sole leaders. Why?  Well, Sassuolo wasted the chance to be in the first position for the first time. The challenge for Sassuolo was to win the Italian Serie A Week 7 game against Udinese on Friday 6 November 2020 at the Mapei Stadium in Sassuolo, Italy. The match ended with a goalless draw sharing one point each. Sassuolo reaching 15 points is only -2 point below AC Milan in the first position with 17 points.

The Rossoneri survived the pressure after being down by a goal ending with a 2-2 draw against Hellas Verona in San Siro.  Zlatan Ibrahimović failing to convert a penalty, and finally the redemption time for Ibrahimović equalizing in the 93rd minute to grab at least this golden point.  Ibrahimović scoring in all 7 games breaking the record by Andriy Schechenvko.

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Parma ending the Serie A Week 7 game with a draw against Fiorentina. Not a good result for Parma with a third consecutive draw. It is a disappointing result also for Fiorentina sharing only 1 point instead of claiming all 3 points. Nothing seems to work for Parma Coach Fabio Liverani unable to climb to the top 10 teams reaching only 6 points. Fiorentina Coach Giuseppe Iachini also without a convincing game.  Sacking call?

Benevento failing big time to win the Italian Serie A Week 7 game defeated at home by Spezia at the Ciro Vigorito Stadium. The clash between the two teams promoted from the Serie B is a disappointment for Benevento winner of the Serie B.

The situation for Lazio is alarming considering the latest COVID-19 positive players.  The game ended with a draw crushing Juventus’ hope to claim the victory when Felipe Caicedo equalized in the 95th minute.  The draw is a disappointing result for both.  Lazio remain in the 11th position with 11 points.  Juventus losing the 3rd position stepping down to the 5th position with 13 points.

Bologna defeated at the Renato Dall’Ara Stadium.  Napoli conquered this important away victory claiming all 3 points climbing from the 5th to the 3rd position with 14 points leaving behind Juventus, Atalanta, and Inter.

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Results from Serie A Week 7

Top Serie A teams standing AFTER Serie A Week 7 game. First 4 qualifying for Champions League, 5 and 6 for Europa League. (Sunday 8 November 2020)

AC MILAN, 1st position with 17 points and a positive goal difference of +9

SASSUOLO, 2nd position with 15 points and a positive goal difference of +9

NAPOLI, 3rd positions with 14 points and a positive goal difference of +8

UEFA Europa League AS ROMA, 4th position with 14 points and a positive goal difference of +5

JUVENTUS, 5th position with 13 points and a positive goal difference of +9

– ATALANTA, 6th position with 13 points and a positive goal difference of +4

Relegation Zone:

– GENOA, 18th position with 5 points and a negative goal difference of -8

UDINESE, 19th position with 4 point and a negative goal difference of -5

– CROTONE, 20th position with 2 point and a negative goal difference of -11

2020 – 2021 Italy Serie A Standing – Serie A Table up to Sunday 8 November 2020
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Serie A Week 7: Result AC MILAN 2 – 2 HELLAS VERONA, Sunday 8 November 2020

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66% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 34% Ball Possession HELLAS VERONA
AC Milan 2 – 2 Hellas Verona
27′ Franck Kessié                           6′ Antonin Barak
93′ Zlatan Ibrahimović              19′ Own goal

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
AC Milan, 1st position with 16 points and a positive goal difference of +10
Hellas Verona, 7th position with 11 points and a positive goal difference of +5

AC Milan keep the first position despite the agonizing draw in the Serie A Week 7 game against Hellas Verona on Sunday 8 November 2020 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.   Hellas Verona is -6 points below AC Milan.

The Rossoneri survived the pressure after being down by a goal, Ibrahimović failing to convert a penalty, and finally the redemption time for Ibrahimović equalizing in the 93rd minute to grab at least this golden point. AC Milan having the lead with 17 points being +2 points ahead of Sassuolo in the 2nd position with 15 points. Ibrahimović scoring in all 7 games breaking the record by Andriy Schechenvko.

Hellas Verona opening the score in the 6th minute leaving the Rossoneri surprised with this early goal. Antonin Barak defeating AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma from very close range with a left footed shot in the top right corner following a corner.

There is an uphill battle for the Rossoneri with an own goal while clearing the shot of Mattia Zacagni. It is AC Milan 0 – 2 Hellas Verona.

AC Milan shortening the distance in the 27th minute for the 1-2.

The moment of redemption for Ibrahimović taking Milan by the hand in this last sprint in the 93rd minute to equalize for the 2-2. What a relief for Ibrahimović after failing to convert the penalty to save this point and avoid falling at home.


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

AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): G. Donnarumma; Calabria, Kjær, Romagnoli, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer, Saelemaekers, Çalhanoğlu, Leão; Ibrahimović.

Note: A change in the original lineup, Romagnoli out due to injury, Gabbia takes his place. Donnarumma will be Captain tonight.

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

HELLAS VERONA (3-4-2-1): Silvestri; Ceccherini, Lovato, Magnani; Lazović, Dawidowicz, Ilić, Dimarco; Barák, Zaccagni; Kalinić.

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AC Milan 2 – 2 Hellas Verona
Sunday 8 November 2020
San Siro Stadium
Milan, Italy

20:45

Referee: GUIDA
Assistants: FIORITO – SECHI
Fourth Official: MARINELLI
VAR: VALERI
AVAR: GIALLATINI

Goals:  6′ Antonin Barak (V), 19′ Own goal, 27′ Franck Kessié (M),  93′ Zlatan Ibrahimović  (M)

Official lineups – formations:

AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): G. Donnarumma; Calabria, Kjær, Romagnoli, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer, Saelemaekers, Çalhanoğlu, Leão; Ibrahimović.

Subs: A. Donnarumma, Tătărușanu, Conti, Dalot, Duarte, Gabbia, Castillejo, Díaz, Hauge, Krunić, Tonali, Rebić.

Coach: Stefano Pioli.

HELLAS VERONA (3-4-2-1): Silvestri; Ceccherini, Lovato, Magnani; Lazović, Dawidowicz, Ilić, Dimarco; Barák, Zaccagni; Kalinić.

Subs: Borghetto, Pandur, Amione, Cetin, Empereur, Udogie, Cancellieri, Tameze, Terracciano, Colley, Di Carmine, Salcedo.

Coach: Ivan Jurić.

 

Serie A Week 7: Result LAZIO 1 – 1 JUVENTUS, Sunday 8 November 2020

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54% Ball Possesion LAZIO and 46% Ball Possession JUVENTUS
Lazio  1 – 1 Juventus
95′ Felipe Caicedo                                  15′ Cristiano Ronaldo

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Lazio, 9th position with 10 points and a negative goal difference of -2
Juventus, 3rd position with 12 points and a positive goal difference of +9

Lazio failing to win the Serie A Week 7 game against Juventus on Sunday 8 November 2020 at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium in Rome, Italy.  The situation for Lazio is alarming considering the latest COVID-19 positive players.  The game ended with a draw crushing Juventus’ hope to claim the victory when Felipe Caicedo equalized in the 95th minute.

The draw is a disappointing result for both.  Lazio remain in the 11th position with 11 points.  Juventus losing the 3rd position stepping down to the 5th position with 13 points.

Juventus opening the score in the 15th minute.  It is forward Cristiano Ronaldo to defeat Lazio goalkeeper Pepe Reina from very close range with a right footed shot in the center.  The assist is by Colombian midfielder Juan Cuadrado.


Great combo Cristiano – Cuadrado

Lazio equalizing in the agonizing 95th minute to save 1 point.


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

Lazio (3-5-2): Reina; Luiz Felipe, Acerbi, Radu; Marusic, Milinkovic-Savic, Cataldi, Luis Alberto, Fares; Correa, Muriqi.

Here is JUVENTUS official starting lineup – formation by Coach And

Juventus (4-4-2): Szczesny; Cuadrado, Demiral, Bonucci, Danilo; Kulusevski, Bentancur, Rabiot, Frabotta; Cristiano Ronaldo, Morata.

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Lazio 1 – 1 Juventus
Sunday 8 November 2020
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy

12:30

Referee: MASSA
Assistants: MELI – ALASSIO
Fourth Official: SACCHI
VAR: MAZZOLENI
AVAR: CECCONI

Goals: 15′ Cristiano Ronaldo (J), 95′ Felipe Caicedo (L)

Official lineups – formations:

Lazio (3-5-2): Reina; Luiz Felipe, Acerbi, Radu; Marusic, Milinkovic-Savic, Cataldi, Luis Alberto, Fares; Correa, Muriqi.

Coach: Simone Inzaghi.

Juventus (4-4-2): Szczesny; Cuadrado, Demiral, Bonucci, Danilo; Kulusevski, Bentancur, Rabiot, Frabotta; Cristiano Ronaldo, Morata.

Subs: Buffon, Pinsoglio, Dragusin, Arthur, McKennie, Bernardeschi, Portanova, Dybala.

Coach: Andrea Pirlo

Serie A Week 7: Results PARMA 0 – 0 FIORENTINA, Saturday 7 November 2020

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36% Ball Possession PARMA and 64% Ball Possession FIORENTINA
Parma 0 – 0 Fiorentina

Parma ending the Serie A Week 7 game with a draw against Fiorentina on Saturday 7 November 2020 at the Ennio Tardini Stadium in Parma, Italy. Not a good result for Parma with a third consecutive draw.  It is a disappointing result also for Fiorentina sharing only 1 point instead of claiming all 3 points.   Nothing seems to work for Parma Coach Fabio Liverani unable to climb to the top 10 teams reaching only 6 points.  Fiorentina Coach Giuseppe Iachini also without a convincing game.

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

PARMA (3-5-2): Sepe; Osorio, Bruno Alves, Gagliolo; Grassi, Kucka, Hernani, Kurtic, Pezzella Giu.; Inglese, Gervinho.

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

FIORENTINA (3-5-2): Dragowski; Caceres, Milenkovic, Igor; Venuti, Amrabat, Pulgar, Castrovilli, Biraghi; Kouamé, Ribery.

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2020 – 2021 Italian Serie A Week 7

Parma 0 – 0 Fiorentina
Saturday 7 November 2020
Ennio Tardini Stadium
Parma, Italy

20:45

Referee: LA PENNA
Assistants: PAGANESSI – LOMBARDO
Fourth Official: MAGGIONI
VAR: FABBRI
AVAR: DI IORIO

Goals: No goals

Official lineups – formations:

PARMA CALCIO 1913: Sepe, Pezzella, Gagliolo, Grassi, Kurtic, B. Alves (cap.), Hernani Jr (55’ Sohm), Osorio, Gervinho (80’ Brunetta), Kucka, Inglese (55’ Karamoh).

Substitutes: Colombi, Iacoponi, Balogh, Scozzarella, Brugman, Laurini, Cyprien, L. Valenti, Nicolussi Caviglia.

Coach:  Fabio Liverani

ACF FIORENTINA: Dragowski, Biraghi, Milenkovic, Ribery (cap.), Castrovilli (83’ Bonaventura), Kouame (69’ Cutrone), Caceres, Venuti (73’ Lirola), Amrabat, Pulgar, Igor.

Substitutes: Terracciano, Brancolini, Duncan, Vlahovic, Saponara, Barreca, Ponsi.

Coach:  Giuseppe Iachini

Serie A Week 7: Result BENEVENTO 0 – 3 SPEZIA, Saturday 7 November 2020

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37% Ball Possession BENEVENTO and 63% Ball Possession SPEZIA

Benevento 0 – 3  Spezia

.                                                                 28′ Tommaso Pobega
.                                                                 65′ M’Bala Nzola
.                                                                 70′ M’Bala Nzola

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Benevento, 14th position with 6 points a negative goal difference of -7
Spezia, 17th position with 5 points and a negative goal difference of -7

Benevento failing big time to win the Italian Serie A Week 7 game defeated at home by Spezia on Saturday 7 November 2020 at the Ciro Vigorito Stadium in Benevento, Italy.  The clash between the two teams promoted from the Serie B is a disappointment for Benevento winner of the Serie B.

It is Spezia to open the score in the 28th minute. Tommaso Pobega defeating Benevento goalkeeper Montipò with a right footed shot in the high center. The assist is by Salvador Ferrer.

Chaos for Benevento unable to react. Spezia increasing the score in the 65th minute. M’Bala Nzola smacking a right footed shot in the bottom left corner leaving goalkeeper with no hope to save. The assist is by Emmanuel Gyasi.

Say no more, the sad face of Benevento Coach Filippo Inzaghi says it all. A disappointment for this home game as Spezia scored the third goal in the 70th minute. It is again M’Bala Nzola to score, superb match with a brace !!!

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

BENEVENTO (4-3-2-1): Montipò; Letizia, Glik, Caldirola (K), Foulon; Ionita, Schiattarella, Dabo; Insigne, Sau; Lapadula.

👉 Here are SPEZIA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Vincenzo Italiano:

SPEZIA (4-3-3): Provedel; Bastoni, Ferrer, Terzi, Chabot; Pobega, Ricci, Estevez; Agudelo, Nzola, Gyasi.

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2020 – 2021 Italian Serie A Week 7

Benevento 0 – 3 Spezia
Saturday 7 November 2020
Ciro Vigorito Stadium
Benevento, Italy

18:00

Referee: AURELIANO
Assistants: VALERIANI – MARCHI
Fourth Official: DI MARTINO
VAR: DI BELLO
AVAR: DI VUOLO

Goals:  28′ Tommaso Pobega (S), 65′ M’Bala Nzola (S), 70′ M’Bala Nzola (S)

Official lineups – formations:

BENEVENTO (4-3-2-1): Montipò; Letizia, Glik, Caldirola (K), Foulon; Ionita, Schiattarella, Dabo; Insigne, Sau; Lapadula.

Subs: Manfredini, Lucatelli, Basit, Tello, Viola, Maggio, Improta, Di Serio, Moncini, Hetemaj, Pastina, Barba.

Coach: Inzaghi

SPEZIA (4-3-3): Provedel; Bastoni, Ferrer, Terzi, Chabot; Pobega, Ricci, Estevez; Agudelo, Nzola, Gyasi.

Subs: Krapikas, Marchizza, Mora, Agoume, Deiola, Ismajli,Dell’Orco, Vignali, Sena,Piccoli.

Coach: Vincenzo Italiano