Serie A Week 29: Result SALERNITANA 2 – 2 SASSUOLO, Saturday 12 March 2022 Anna Italia
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47% Ball Possession SALERNITNA and 53% Ball Possession SASSUOLO
Salernitana 2 – 2 Sassuolo
8′ Federico Bonazzoli                     20′ Gianluca Scamacca
81′ Milan Djuric                                 30′ Hamed Traorè
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sassuolo, 10th position with 39 points and a positive goal difference of +3
Salernitana, 20th position with 15 points and a negative goal difference of -41

Salernitana managed to earn 1 point after the Serie A Week 29 draw against Sassuolo on Saturday 12 March 2022 at the Arechi Stadium in Salerno, Italy.  The draw gave a ray of hope to Salernitana for salvation being in the last position.  Sassuolo reaching 40 points in the standings, grenade who remain last at 16, two points away from Genoa. Salernitana has failed to win in the last nine Serie A home games, drawing all the last three: for the Campania region it is both the longest series of home games without success, and the longest one with consecutive home draws in the top flight.

Salernitana opened the score in the 8th minute. Federico Bonazzoli defeating Sassuolo goalkeeper Andrea Consigli from very close range with a left-footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Sassuolo equalized for the 1-1 in the 20th minute. Gianluca Scamacca taking care of business with a headed shot to the high center. The assist is by Georgios Kyriakopoulos.

Sassuolo taking the lead in the 30th minute for the 1-2. Hamed Traorè with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Maxime Lopez.

Sassuolo remaining with 10 players since the 59th minute. Referee Massimi gave a second yellow card to Giacomo Raspadori for the automatic red card.

Salernitana equalized for the 2-2 in the 81st minute. It is Milan Djuric to score the equalizer goal with a headed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Nadir Zortea.

  Stats before the game.  The only precedent between Salernitana and Sassuolo in Serie A is the first leg of last September 26, won 1-0 by the neroverdi, with a goal by Domenico Berardi – the two teams have also met four times in Serie B, with one victory dei campani followed by three Emilian successes. Between Serie A and Serie B Salernitana and Sassuolo met twice at the home of the Campanians: 1-0 home victory on 30 August 2008 (Arturo Di Napoli), 4-1 external success on 15 May 2010 (Quadrini, hat-trick of Noselli, Siano).  Sassuolo have won in all their last six away games against newly promoted teams in Serie A and in three of these they have scored at least four goals (including their most recent league game, against Venezia).  Salernitana has conceded 61 goals so far: considering the first 26 league matches, only 10 teams in history had collected more than 60 goals at this point in the tournament, lastly Crotone in 2020/21 (64): eight of these 10 are then relegated (with the exception of Casale in 1932/33 and Livorno in 1929/30).  Three consecutive league victories for Sassuolo, who have not reached four in a row since April 2021: only four teams have collected more points than the neroverdi (15 in nine days) in 2022 in Serie A (Juventus, Milan, Naples and Verona).

👉 Lineup Salernitana (4-3-1-2): Sepe; Veseli, Gyomber, Fazio, Ruggeri; L. Coulibaly, Ederson, Kastanos; Verdi; Bonazzoli, Djuric.

👉 Lineup Sassuolo (4-2-3-1): Consigli; Müldur, Chiriches, G. Ferrari, Kyriakopoulos; Frattesi, Lopez; D. Berardi, Raspadori, Traoré; Scamacca.

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2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 29

Salernitana 2 – 2 Sassuolo
Saturday 12 March 2022
Arechi Stadium
Salerno, Italy


Referee: MASSIMI
Fourth Official: CAMPLONE

Goals: 8′ Federico Bonazzoli (Sal), 20′ Gianluca Scamacca (Sas), 30′ Hamed Traorè (Sas), 81′ Milan Djuric (Sal)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup SALERNITANA: Sepe, Veseli (46′ Zortea), Gyomber, Fazio, Ruggeri (69′ Ranieri), L.Coulibaly, Ederson (31′ Radovanovic), Kastanos (46′ Perotti), Bonazzoli, Verdi (69′ Mousset), Djuric.

Subs: Belec, M.Coulibaly, Bohinen, Obi, Dragusin, Gagliolo, Mikael.

Coach:  Davide Nicola

👉 Lineup SASSUOLO: Consigli, Muldur, Chiriches (46′ Tressoldi), Ferrari, Kyriakopoulos, Frattesi (89′ Harroui), Lopez, Berardi (78′ Ayhan), Raspadori, Traore (78′ Henrique), Scamacca (69′ Defrel).

Subs: Pegolo, Zacchi, Magnanelli, Oddei, Ciervo, Peluso, Ceide.

Coach:. Alessio Dionisi