Serie A Week 26: Result BOLOGNA 2 – 0 HELLAS VERONA, Friday 23 February 2024 Anna Italia
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58% Ball Possession BOLOGNA and 42% Ball Possession HELLAS VERONA
    Bologna 2 – 0 Hellas Verona 
27′ Giovanni Fabbian
66′ Remo Freuler
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Bologna, 5th position with 45 points and a positive goal difference of +14
Hellas Verona, 18th position with 20 points and a positive goal difference of +11

Bologna dreaming of remaining within the European zone by winning the  Serie A Week 26 game at the Renato Dall’Ara in Bologna, Italy. Smell of Champions League for Thiago Motta’s surprising Bologna. Fifth consecutive victory for Bologna, Verona, on the other hand, reaches their sixth match in a row without success.

Bologna temporarily moves into fourth place thanks to a 2-0 win over Verona. The absolute protagonist was Giovanni Fabbian who first broke the deadlock with a deflection in front of goal following a corner kick, and in the second half he served the ball to Freuler to make it 2-0. In the final great save by Skorupski on Henry.

Bologna opened the score in the 27th minute. Giovanni Fabbian defeated Hellas Verona goalkeeper
Lorenzo Montipò from very close range with a right footed shot to the center. The assist is by Riccardo Orsolini following a corner conceded by Karol Swiderski.

Bologna delighting their fans. Remo Freuler scored in the 66th minute with a left-footed shot to the high center. The assist is by Giovanni Fabbian.

✅     Stats before the game: Verona has not lost any of the last four matches against Bologna in Serie A (2W, 2D), even if, more generally, five of the last nine meetings between these two teams have ended in draws (two successes for part). Bologna is unbeaten in five consecutive home matches against Hellas Verona in Serie A (W3, D2), although in the most recent four they have scored just one goal per game; the last away success of the gialloblù against the rossoblù in the competition dates back to 4 April 2016, a 1-0 scored by Samir. Verona won only two of the six matches played in Serie A on Friday (4P), precisely on the two occasions in which they faced Bologna on this day of the week: 2-1 both on 21 January 2022 and on 21 April 2023. Bologna have won each of their last four league matches; the last time they recorded a longer streak of consecutive successes in Serie A dates back to May 1967, when they reached six under the management of Luis Carniglia.

👉Lineup BOLOGNA (4-2-3-1): Skorupski, Posch, Beukema, Lucumi, Kristiansen, Ferguson, Freuler, Fabbian, Orsolini, Ndoye, Zirkzee

👉 Lineup HELLAS VERONA (4-2-3-1): Montipò, Centonze, Magnani, Dawidowicz, Cabal, Duda, Serdar, Suslov, Folorunsho, Noslin, Swiderski

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🇮🇹     Referee Rosario Abisso from the section of Palermo will be assisted by Marco Bresmes from the section of Bergamo and Francesca Di Monte from the section of Chieti. The Fourth Official will be Giacomo Camplone from the section of Pescara. The VAR will be Simone Sozza from the section of Seregno. The AVAR will be Paolo Mazzoleni from the section of Bergamo.


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Bologna 2 – 0 Hellas Verona
Friday 23 February 2024
Renato Dall’Ara Stadium
Bologna, Italy


Referee: ABISSO
Assistants: BRESMES – DI MONTE
Fourth Official: CAMPLONE

⚽️ Goals: 27′ Giovanni Fabbian, 66′ Remo Freuler

🟨 Booked: 20′ Remo Freuler (B), 45+6′ Duda (V), 69′ Ferguson (B), 79′ Juan Cabal (V)

Official Lineups – Formations – Tabellino:

👉Lineup BOLOGNA (4-2-3-1): Skorupski, Posch (75′ De Silvestri) , Beukema, Lucumi, Kristiansen, Ferguson, Freuler (81′ El Azzouzi), Fabbian (81′ Aebischer), Orsolini (75′ Lykogiannis) , Ndoye (81′ Karlsson), Zirkzee

Subs: Bagnolini, Ravaglia, Calafiori, Ilic, Moro, Corazza, Odgaard, Saelemaekers, Urbanski

Coach: Thiago Motta

👉Lineup HELLAS VERONA (4-2-3-1): Montipò, Centonze (57′ Tchatchoua), Magnani, Dawidowicz, Cabal, Duda (81′ Dani Silva), Serdar, Suslov, Folorunsho (86′ Lazovic), Noslin (81′ Henry), Swiderski (57′ Mitrovic)

Subs: Chiesa, Perilli, Belahyane, Tavsan, Vinagre, Charlys, Coppola, Bonazzoli

Coach: Marco Baroni