Serie A Week 24: Result SASSUOLO 1 – 1 TORINO, Saturday 10 February 2024 Anna Italia
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% Ball Possession SASSUOLO and % Ball Possession TORINO
  Sassuolo 1 – 1 Torino
5′ Andrea Pinamonti                        9′ Duván Zapata
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sassuolo, 16th position with 19 points and a negative goal difference of -13
Torino, 10th position with 32 points and a positive goal difference of +1

Sassuolo failed to win the the Serie A Week 24 game on Saturday 10 February 2024 at the Mapei Stadium in Sassuolo, Italy. Sassuolo are closer to the relegation zone. A draw that doesn’t do much for the goals of the two teams. Sassuolo moved to 20 points, +2 from the relegation zone, while Torino reached 33 points away, -1 behind Fiorentina, now ninth.

The two teams created a lot of play but scored very little and in the second half, as the minutes passed, the pace dropped and the match died down, until the last action where Zapata again came close to scoring the winning goal for the Granata with a header.

Torino look for points to enter the Europa League zone. In the last four days two wins and two draws.  After three consecutive defeats, Sassuolo is desperately looking for safety points.

Sassuolo with an early goal in the 5th minute. Andrea Pinamonti defeated Torino goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic with a headed shot to the top left corner. The assist is by Marcus Pedersen.

Torino equalized in the 9th minute. Duván Zapata defeated Sassuolo goalkeeper Andrea Consigli from very close range with a left-footed shot to the center. The assist is by Raoul Bellanova.


✅  Stats before the game: In the last three seasons, since Sassuolo was led by Alessio Dionisi and Torino by Ivan Juric, the match between these two teams has never resulted in the same result being repeated twice in a row: a black-green success, two granatas and a draw in the partial. After the victory in the first leg (2-1, 6 November 2023), Torino could beat Sassuolo in both seasonal matches for the first time since 2013/14, the year of the debut in the top flight for the black and green club. Seven of the 10 matches at the Mapei Stadium in Serie A between Sassuolo (1W) and Torino (2W) ended in a draw, including the most recent (1-1, 3 April 2023); furthermore, these 10 matches saw a total of only eight goals scored in the first half, an average of 0.8 in the first half per match. In a ranking that only considers the first halves, Sassuolo would be seventh in this championship with 33 points; in the second half, in fact, the neroverdi scored only 11 goals (more than only Empoli with nine and Turin with 10) and conceded 24 goals (only less than Salernitana with 25). Torino conceded only 19 goals and collected 11 clean sheets after 22 matches played in a Serie A season, both of these two events had not occurred in the Granata club since 1992/93, when the Piedmontese had as many clean sheets and 17 goals conceded in this point of the tournament.

 👉 Lineup Sassuolo (4-2-3-1): Consigli; Pedersen, Erlic, Viti, Doig; Lipani, Matheus Henrique; Bajrami, Thorstvedt; Laurientè; Pinamonti.

 👉 Lineup Torino (3-4-1-2): Milinkovic Savic; Djidji, Lovato, Rodriguez; Bellanova, Tameze, Ilic, Lazaro; Vlasic; Sanabria, Zapata.

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Sassuolo 1 – 1 Torino
Saturday 10 February 2024
Mapei Stadium
Sassuolo, Italy


Referee: LA PENNA
Fourth Official:  PERENZONI

 👉 Lineup Sassuolo (4-2-3-1): Consigli; Pedersen, Erlic (90′ Tressoldi), Viti, Doig (90′ Ferrari); Lipani (72′ Racic), Matheus Henrique; Bajrami (72′ Defrel), Thorstvedt; Laurientè; Pinamonti (89′ Mulattieri).

Subs: Pegolo, Cragno, Missori, Ceide, Kumbulla, Castillejo, Defrel.

Coach: Alessio Dionisi.

 👉 Lineup Torino (3-4-1-2): Milinkovic Savic; Djidji, Lovato (82′ Sazonov), Rodriguez (20’ Masina); Bellanova (82′ Vojvoda), Tameze, Ilic (73’ Ricci), Lazaro; Vlasic; Sanabria (73′ Okereke), Zapata.

Subs: Gemello, Popa, Njie, Gineitis, Savva.

Coach: Ivan Juric.