Serie A Week 25: Result CAGLIARI 1 – 0 BOLOGNA, Wednesday 3 March 2021 Anna Italia
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Italian Soccer Serie A

36% Ball Possession CAGLIARI and 64% Ball Possession BOLOGNA

    Cagliari 1 – 0 Bologna 

20′ Daniele Rugani

Serie A Standing BEFORE the game
Bologna, 11th position with 28 points and a negative goal difference of -5
Cagliari, 18th position with 18 points and a negative goal difference of -15

Mission accomplished.  Cagliari winning the Serie A Week 25 game defeating Bologna at the Sardegna Arena on Wednesday 3 March 2021 at the Sardegna Arena in Cagliari, Italy.  It is an important home victory because it helps Cagliari to leave the relegation zone reaching 21 points climbing to the 17th position.  A flop for Bologna interrupting their last 4 unbeaten games.  The win gives Cagliari an added boost towards salvation and good results of new Coach Leonardo Semplici.  Salvation is still a challenge because Cagliari are just +1 point above Torino with 20 points and two pending games.

Here is CAGLIARI official starting lineups – formations by Coach Leonardo Semplici:

👉 Lineup Cagliari (3-5-2): Cragno; Klavan, Godin, Rugani; Nandez, Nainggolan, Duncan, Marin, Zappa; Joao Pedro, Simeone.

Here is BOLOGNA official starting lineups – formations by Coach Siniša Mihajlović:

👉 Lineup Bologna (4-2-3-1): Skorupski; De Silvestri, Soumaoro, Antov, Mbaye; Dominguez, Svanberg; Orsolini, Soriano, Sansone; Barrow.

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2020 – 2021 Italian Serie A Week 25

Cagliari 1 – 0 Bologna
Wednesday 3 March 2021
Sardegna Arena
Cagliari, Italy


Referee: DI BELLO
Assistants: PASSERI – ROCCA
Fourth Official: VOLPI

Goals: 20′ Daniele Rugani (C)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

Cagliari (3-5-2): Cragno; Klavan, Godin, Rugani (46′ Cappitelli); Nandez, Marin (78′ Deiola), Nainggolan, Duncan, Zappa (82′ Asamoah); Joao Pedro (82′ Cerri), Simeone (60′ Pavoletti).

Subs: Aresti, Calabresi, Carboni, Pereiro, Tripaldelli, Vicario, Walukiewicz.

Coach:  Leonardo Semplici

Bologna (4-2-3-1): Skorupski; De Silvestri, Antov (76′ Medel), Soumaoro, Mbaye (64′ Olsen); Dominguez (30′ Schouten), Svanberg (74′ Palacio); Orsolini (64′ Vignato), Soriano, Sansone; Barrow.

Subs: Annan, Da Costa, Juwara, Khailoti, Poli, Ravaglia.

Coach: Siniša Mihajlović

Booked: Nandez (C), Antov (B), Schouten (B), Cerri (C)