Serie A Week 19: Result MONZA 1 – 1 SASSUOLO, Sunday 22 January 2023 Anna Italia
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62% Ball Possession MONZA and 38% Ball Possession SASSUOLO
       Monza 1 – 1 Sassuolo
60′ Gianluca Caprari           13′ Gian Marco Ferrari
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sassuolo, 17th position with 16 points and a negative goal difference of -11
Monza, 13th position with 21 points and a negative goal difference of -5

🇮🇹   Monza have a +5 point lead over Sassuolo after ending the Serie A Week 17 game with a draw on Sunday 22 January 2023 at the U-Power Stadium in Monza, Italy. Sassuolo which with this point reaches 17 points, keeping Hellas Verona 5 points away. The first half was released in the 13th minute with Ferrari’s goal on the development of a corner kick taken by Traorè, with the neroverde defender anticipating Izzo with his knee and sending it behind Di Gregorio. In the second half, also thanks to Palladino’s substitutions, Monza took the field with a different spirit and grabbed the equalizer in the 60th minute, with a pearl from Caprari who put down a high ball inside the area and kicked with his right foot spin towards the far post, hitting the post before settling into the net.

Monza are the first debutant team to finish the first leg with at least 21 points since Serie A returned to 20 teams in 2004/05. Sassuolo have obtained 16 points in 18 matches in this championship, in their history in Serie A they have always finished the first leg with at least 17 points.

In Round 20, Monza will face Juventus  at the Allianz Stadium while Sassuolo will face AC Milan in San Siro.

Sassuolo opened the score in the 13th minute. Gian Marco Ferrari defeated Monza goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio from very close range with a right-footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Hamed Traorè with a cross following a corner conceded by Marlon Santos.

Monza equalized in the 60th minute. Gianluca Caprari defeated Sassuolo goalkeeper Pegolo with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Stats before the game. Monza have lost their only previous match against a team from Emilia-Romagna in Serie A: a 1-2 defeat against Bologna on 31 October at the U-Power Stadium. Monza are unbeaten in four league games (W2, D2), the Brianza have never recorded a streak of five consecutive matches without defeat in Serie A. 19 of the 21 points earned by Monza in Serie A were obtained in matches at 3 pm. During this time, the Brianza players played eight matches (W6, D1, L1), while at other times they played 10 games, earning just two points. Sassuolo have lost their last four league games, only once in Serie A have they gone on a streak of at least five defeats in a row: seven between January and March 2014.

Lineup MONZA (3-4-2-1): Di Gregorio; Marlon, Caldirola, Izzo; Birindelli, Pessina, Machin, Carlos Augusto; Ciurria, Caprari; Petagna.

Lineup SASSUOLO (4-3-3): Pegolo; Toljan, Erlic, Ferrari, Rogerio; Frattesi, Obiang, Traoré; Berard, Defrel, Laurienté.

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Monza 1 – 1 Sassuolo
Sunday 22 January 2023
U-Power Stadium
Monza, Italy


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Goals: 13′ Gian Marco Ferrari (S), 60′ Gianluca Caprari (M)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

 Lineup MONZA:Di Gregorio; Marlon (46′ Marì), Caldirola (71′ Gytkjar), Izzo; Birindelli (46′ Colpani), Pessina, Machin, Carlos Augusto; Ciurria, Caprari (78′ Valoti); Petagna (46′ Mota).

Subs: Cragno, Sorrentino, Antov, Carboni, Rovella, Barberis, Sensi, Bondo, D’Alessandro, Vignato,

Coach: Raffaele Palladino.

Lineup SASSUOLO: Pegolo, Toljan, Erlic, Ferrari (78′ Tressoldi), Rogerio; Frattesi, Obiang, Traore’ (61′ Henrique); Berardi, Defrel (78′ Alvarez), Lauriente’ (78′ Ceide).

Subs: Russo, Zacchi, Marchizza, Ahyan, Kyriakopoulos, Harroui, Lopez, Thorstvedt, Antiste.

Coach:  Alessio Dionisi.