Serie A Week 15: Result EMPOLI 2 – 0 CREMONESE, Friday 11 November 2022


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49% Ball Possession EMPOLI and 51% Ball Possession CREMONESE
  Empoli 2 – 0 Cremonese 
46′ Nicolò Cambiaghi
88′ Fabiano Parisi
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Cremonese, 18th position with 7 points and a negative goal difference of -13
Empoli, 14th position with 14 points and a negative goal difference of -9

Empoli closed 2022 by winning the Serie A Week 15 game against Cremonese on Friday 11 November 2022 at the Carlo Castellani Stadium in Empoli, Italy. Important victory for Empoli who, thanks to the three points earned today, climb to twelfth place in the standings, overtaking Bologna and Sassuolo, on the pitch tomorrow evening in the Emilian derby. The Cremonese, on the other hand, returns to lose after three consecutive draws, collecting the eighth knockout of her championship and ending 2022 without ever having won in Serie A.

Empoli achieve the home victory by capitalizing on the few opportunities created. In the first half, in fact, it is Cremonese with chances to score several times with Buonaiuto, but goalkeeper Vicario opposes two conclusions. In the second half, Empoli took the lead after 16 seconds with Nicolò Cambiaghi who, entered the field after the interval, steals a ball inside the area, jumps Aiwu and beats Carnesecchi from close range.

Cremonese reacted and Vicario was still decisive, first on Sernicola’s blow and then coming out on Okereke’s feet. Zanetti’s team hits a post from Fuori with Marin and in the 87th minute closes the game with Parisi who heads in the net with a ball raised centimeters from the goal by the great save by Carnesecchi on Cambiaghi. In full recovery, Dessers tries to shorten the distance, but hits the wood from inside the area.

Empoli opened the score in the 46th minute. Nicolò Cambiaghi defeated Cremonese goalkeeper Marco Carnesecchi with a left-footed shot to the bottom left corner.

Empoli secured the victory in the 88th minute. Fabiano Parisi scored from very close range with a headed shot to the top left corner.

Nicolò Cambiaghi and Fabiano Parisi celebrating Empoli’s victory thanks to their goals.

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👉 Lineup EMPOLI (4-3-1-2): Vicario; Ebuehi, Ismajli, Walukiewicz, Parisi; Akpa Akpro, Grassi, Bandinelli; Bajrami; Satriano, Lammers.

👉 Lineup CREMONESE (3-5-2): Carnesecchi; Aiwu, Hendry, Lochoshvili; Sernicola, Pickel, Ascacibar, Meité, Valeri; Okereke, Buonaiuto.

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🇮🇹    Referee Federico Dionisi from the section of l’Aquila will be assisted by Fabiano Preti from the section of Mantova and Pasquale De Meo from the section of Foggia.   The Fourth Official will be Daniele Perenzoni from the section of Rovereto.  The VAR will be Luca Banti from the section of Livorno.  The AVAR will be Rosario Abisso from the section of Palermo.

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Serie A tickets2022 – 2023 Italian Serie A Week 15

Empoli 2 – 0 Cremonese
Friday 11 November 2022
Carlo Castellani Stadium
Empoli, Italy

20:45

Referee: DIONISI
Assistants: PRETI – DE MEO
Fourth Official: PERENZONI
VAR: BANTI
AVAR: ABISSO

Goals: 46′ Nicolò Cambiaghi (E), 88′ Fabiano Parisi (E)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup EMPOLI (4-3-1-2): Vicario; Ebuehi, Ismajli, Walukiewicz, Parisi; Akpa Akpro (66’ Fazzini), Grassi (66’ Marin), Bandinelli (77’ Henderson); Bajrami; Lammers (46’ Cambiaghi), Satriano (85’ De Winter).

Subs: Perisan, Ujkani; Cacace, Pjaca, Ekong, Degli Innocenti, Stojanovic, Haas, Guarino.

Coach: Paolo Zanetti

👉 Lineup CREMONESE (3-5-2): Carnesecchi; Aiwu, Hendry, Lochoshvili (79’ Ciofani); Sernicola, Pickel, Ascacibar (62’ Castagnetti), Meite (62’ Zanimacchia), Valeri (70’ Quagliata); Buonaiuto (69’ Dessers), Okereke. All. Alvini.

Subs: Saro, Sarr; Vasquez, Baez, Bianchetti, Ghiglione, Afena-Gyan, Escalante, Milanese, Tsadjout.

Coach: Massimiliano Alvini