Serie A Week 1: Result TORINO 0 – 0 CAGLIARI, Monday 21 August 2023 Anna Italia
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57% Ball Possession TORINO and 43% Ball Possession CAGLIARI
Torino 0 – 0 Cagliari
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Torino and Cagliari ended the Serie A Week 1 with a goalless draw at the Olimpico di Torino Stadium in Turin, Italy on Monday 21 August 2023. Cagliari joined Genoa and returned to Serie A just a year after relegation from the Serie B league: the last time two teams immediately returned to the top flight was in the 2010/11 season (Atalanta and Siena).

The first half was very heated between Torino and Cagliari, many chances created by both teams, especially with Sanabria on one side and Oristanio on the other. High pace and intensity in the first 45 minutes, not the same in the second half with the much more tired teams. Radonjic is the most insidious man in the second half of the match of the Torino formation with many flashes but never decisive. Simply put, the match at the Olimpico in Turin ends goalless sharing 1 point each.

Stats before the game: Cagliari have gone unbeaten in seven of their last eight matches against Torino in Serie A (W3, D4), having lost six of their previous seven (D1). Cagliari have won both of their last two Serie A away games against Torino, the Sardinians have never achieved three away wins in a row against the granata in the tournament. Torino have never lost in the 16 occasions they made their Serie A debut against newly promoted sides (W11, D5) and have won all of the last six – including a 2-1 draw at Monza last season. After their debut success last season (2-1 against Monza), Torino could win their first match in two consecutive seasons in Serie A for the first time since 1992/93-1993/94 (both with Emiliano Mondonico coach). Cagliari have not achieved a single success in their last seven Serie A debuts (D3, L4) and have not gone more seasons without success in their first match since the period between 1972 and 1990 (D7, L2). In 2022/23 Cagliari achieved their seventh promotion from Serie B to Serie A: its first via the playoffs or play-offs.



👉 Torino (3-4-2-1): Milinkvoic Savic; Schuurs, Buongiorno, Rodriguez; Bellanova, Ricci, Ilic, Vojvoda; Vlasic, Karamoh; Sanabria.

👉 Cagliari (4-4-2): Radunovic; Zappa, Dossena, Goldaniga, Obert; Nandez, Makoumbou, Sulemana, Azzi; Oristanio, Luvumbo.

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Torino 0 – 0 Cagliari
Monday 21 August 2023
Olimpico di Torino Stadium
Turin, Italy


Referee: COSSO
Fourth Official:  GHERSINI

⚽️  Goals: None

🟨 Booked:

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup TORINO (3-4-2-1):  Milinkvoic Savic; Schuurs, Buongiorno, Rodriguez (75′ Zima); Bellanova, Ricci (68′ Linetty), Ilic, Vojvoda; Vlasic (68′ Pellegri), Karamoh (46’ Radonjic); Sanabria (87′ Verdi).

Subs: Gemello, Popa, Bayeye, Ilkhan, Dembelè, Tameze, Gineitis, N’Guessan.

Coach: Juric.

👉 Lineup CAGLIARI (4-4-2): Radunovic; Zappa, Dossena, Goldaniga (46′ Di Pardo), Obert (87′ Deiola); Nandez (71′ Pavoletti), Makoumbou, Sulemana, Azzi; Oristanio (61′ Jankto), Luvumbo (61′ Shomurodov).

Subs: Aresti, Scuffet, Viola, Prati, Capradossi, Augello, Kourfalidis.

Coach: Ranieri.