Serie A Week 29: Result SPEZIA 2 – 0 CAGLIARI, Saturday 12 March 2022 Anna Italia
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43% Ball Possession SPEZIA and 57% Ball Possession CAGLIARI

Spezia 2 – 0 Cagliari

55′ Martin Erlic
74′ Rey Manaj
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👉 Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Spezia, 16th position with 26 points and a negative goal difference of -22
Cagliari, 17th position with 25 points and a negative goal difference of -23

Spezia with a precious home victory defeating Cagliari in the Serie A Week 29 game on Saturday 12 March 2022 at the Alberto Picco Stadium in Spezia, Italy.  Spezia finds the smile and the success after a row of four consecutive defeats.   The direct confrontation is celebrated by Spezia Coach Thiago Motta.  Cagliari builds little throughout the game and collects the second setback in a row in the league without scoring.   Cagliari remain at 25 points, while Salernitana reached 29 points.  In the next round, Spezia will face Sassuolo away while Cagliari will host AC Milan.

Spezia wasted the chance to take the lead in the 36th minute. Cagliari goalkeeper saved the penalty by Daniele Verde left-footed shot in the bottom right corner.   The penalty is conceded by Dalbert.

Spezia finally opened the score in the 55th minute and this time Daniele Verde for a redemption moment providing the assist for the goal by Martin Erlic.

Spezia with another goal in the 74th minute. It is Rey Manaj to delight the fans with a left-footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Viktor Kovalenko.


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✅ Stats before the game. Spezia are unbeaten in his three previous matches against Cagliari in Serie A (1V, 2N); the Ligurians have played as many games without ever losing in the top flight only against Turin so far (2W, 1D). Between Serie A and Serie B, Spezia has won five of the seven home games played against Cagliari (1D, 1L).   Spezia have lost four games in a row for the first time in their history in Serie A: more generally, the Eaglets have collected only one point in Serie A from the beginning of February to today (in five matches), only Rayo Vallecano and Angers (0 points each) did worse in the partial in the top five European leagues.  Cagliari remained unbeaten throughout the month of February away in Serie A (two wins, against Atalanta and Turin, and one draw, against Empoli); the Sardinians have not reached four away games without defeats since last May, when they collected two wins and two draws under the guidance of Leonardo Semplici.

👉 Lineup Spezia (4-2-3-1): Provedel; Amian, Erlic, Nikolaou, Reca; Kiwior, S. Bastoni; Verde, Maggiore, Gyasi; Agudelo.

👉 Cagliari (3-5-1-1): Cragno; Lovato, Altare, Goldaniga; Bellanova, Grassi, Deiola, Baselli, Dalbert; Pavoletti, Joao Pedro.


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🇮🇹 Referee Daniele Orsato from the section of Schio will be assisted by Emanuele Prenna from the section of Molfetta and Pietro Dei Giudici from the section of Latina. The Fourth Official will be Matteo Gariglio from the section of Pinerolo. The VAR will be Massimiliano Irrati from the section of Pistoia and Luca Zufferli from the section of Udine.


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2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 29

Spezia 2 – 0 Cagliari
Saturday 12 March 2022
Alberto Picco Stadium
Spezia, Italy


Referee: ORSATO
Fourth Official: GARIGLIO

Goals:  55′ Martin Erlic (S), 74′ Rey Manaj (S)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup Spezia (4-3-3): Provedel; Amian, Erlic, Nikolaou, Reca; Maggiore, Kiwior, Bastoni (83′ Hristov): Verde (68′  Manaj), Agudelo (68′  Kovalenko), Gyasi (91′ Ferrer)

Subs.: Zoet, Zovko, Bourabia, Podgoreanu, Antiste, Sher, Nguiamba, Bertola.

Coach:  Thiago Motta

👉 Lineup Cagliari (3-5-2): Cragno; Goldaniga, Lovato (71′  Keita), Altare; Bellanova, Deiola (62′ Pereiro), Grassi, Baselli (62′ Marin), Dalbert (46′ Zappa); Pavoletti, Joao Pedro.

Subs: Aresti, Radunovic, Lykogiannis, Ceppitelli, Obert, Carboni.

Coach: Walter Mazzarri