Serie A Week 28: Result VENEZIA 1 – 4 SASSUOLO, Sunday 6 March 2022 Anna Italia
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45% Ball Possession VENEZIA and 55% Ball Possession SASSUOLO
Venezia 1 – 4 Sassuolo
34′ Thomas Henry                          2′ Giacomo Raspadori
.                                                       17′ Domenico Berardi (pen)
.                                                      29′ Gianluca Scamacca (pen)
.                                                      71′ Domenico Berardi (pen)
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sassuolo, 10th position with 36 points and a goal difference of “0”
Venezia, 18th position with 22 points and a negative goal difference of -23

 Venezia on a sprint race failed to win the Serie A Week 28 game to dream with salvation on Sunday 6 March 2022 at the Pier Luigi Penzo Stadium in Venice, Italy.  A festival all for Sassuolo conquering Venezia thanks to three penalties (Domenico Berardi’s brace and Gianluca Scamacca’s goal from 11 meters) in a match punctuated by refereeing episodes that infuriated Venezia. Raspadori in goal after two minutes without being able to reverse the trend (the goals of Fiordilino and Nsame canceled for offside, penalty missed by Aramu). In the twenty-ninth round, Venezia will be protagonists of the postponement at Lazio’s home while Dionisi’s team will visit Salernitana.

Venezia have never found success in the last eight matches at Penzo in Serie A (3D, 5L), the Venetians have been unsuccessful only once in at least nine consecutive top league home games: in 1966 (11 in that case).

Sassuolo with a flash goal in the 2nd minute. It is Giacomo Raspadori to defeat Venezia goalkeeper Sergio Romero with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Referee Luca Pairetto gave a penalty to Sassuolo conceded by Mattia Aramu following a handball inside the penalty area. It is forward Domenico Berardi to convert the penalty in the 17th minute with a left-footed shot to the bottom left corner.

Referee Luca Pairetto gave another penalty to Sassuolo conceded by goalkeeper Sergio Romero after a foul on forward Domenico Berardi. In the 29th minute, it is Gianluca Scamacca to conver the penalty with a right-footed shot to the center.

Venezia reacted in the 39th minute. Thomas Henry defeated Sassuolo goalkeeper Andrea Consigli with a headed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Ales Mateju. Great debut for Mateju.

It’s raining penalties… Another penalty to Sassuolo conceded by Michael Svoboda after a foul on Raspadori. In the 71st minute, Domenico Berardi converted the penalty with a left-footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Venezia with a bad luck. In the 85th minute, Sassuolo goalkeeper Andrea Consigli saved the penalty by Mattia Aramu.

  Stats before the game.  The only precedent, considering Serie A, Serie B and Coppa Italia, between Venice and Sassuolo is that of the first leg, which ended 3-1 for the neroverdi.  Sassuolo have won all their last five away games against newly promoted teams in Serie A, including the only one played so far in this league against Empoli (5-1): for the neroverdi 14 goals scored in this set. Venezia have only won one of the last 13 games played in Serie A (in February with Torino), from the 14th matchday of this championship onwards, the Venetian team is the one that has collected the fewest points in Serie A: only seven in 13 games ( 1W, 4D, 8L). Two consecutive victories for Sassuolo, which however in this championship have not yet managed to reach three successes in a row in Serie A. The Emilians, who beat Inter 2-0 in Milan in the last away match, are unable to obtain two clean sheets in a row away from home in the top division since December 2020 (three in that case).

👉Lineup Venezia: Romero; Mateju, Svoboda, Ceccaroni, Haps; Fiordilino, Vacca, Kiyine; Aramu; Henry, Okereke.

👉Lineup Sassuolo (4-2-3-1): Consigli; Muldur, Ayhan, Ferrari, Kyriakopoulos; Frattesi, Henrique; Berardi, Raspadori, Traore; Scamacca.

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🇮🇹 Referee Luca Pairetto from the section of Nichelino will be assisted by Meli from the section of Parma and Colarossi from the section of Roma 2. The Fourth Official will be Colombo from the section of Como. The VAR will be Doveri from the section of Roma 1 and the AVAR will be Affatato from the section of Vco.


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Serie A tickets2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 28

Venezia 1 – 4 Sassuolo
Sunday 6 March 2022
Pier Luigi Penzo Stadium
Venezia, Italy


Assistants: MELI – COLAROSSI
Fourth Official: COLOMBO

Goals: 2′ Giacomo Raspadori (S), 17′ Domenico Berardi (pen)(S), 29′ Gianluca Scamacca (pen)(S), 34′ Thomas Henry  (V), 71′ Domenico Berardi (pen)(S)

Booked:  Aramu (V), Fiordilino (V), Vacca (V), Scamacca (S), Svoboda (V).

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉Lineup VENEZIA: Romero, Vacca (75′ Tessmann), Aramu (86′ Nani), Henry (75′ Nsame), Fiordilino, Kiyine (64′ Ampadu), Svoboda, Ceccaroni, Mateju, Haps, Okereke (86′ Sigurdsson).

Subs: Maenpaa, Modolo, Ullmann, Caldara, Crnigoj.

Coach:  Paolo Zanetti.

👉Lineup  SASSUOLO: Consigli, Ayhan, Frattesi (82′ Harroui), Muldur (82′ Tressoldi), Raspadori, Traore (90′ Magnanelli), Berardi (90′ Ceide), Ferrari, Kyriakopoulos, Scamacca (72′ Defrel), Henrique.

Subs: Satalino, Pegolo, Oddei, Ciervo, Peluso, Paz.

Coach: Alessio Dionisi