Serie A Week 35: Result CAGLIARI 1 – 1 LECCE, Sunday 5 May 2024 Anna Italia
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Cagliari 1 – 1 Lecce
26′ Yerry Mina                                    83′ Nikola Krstović
🟥 Red: 44′ Gianluca Gaetano
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Cagliari, 14th position with 32 points and a negative goal difference of -23
Lecce,  13th position with 36 points and a negative goal difference of -18

Cagliari and Lecce ended the Serie A Week 35 ended with a draw on Sunday 5 May 2024 at the Unipol Domus in Cagliari, Italy. Important points for both teams, with Cagliari moving to +4 from the relegation zone and with Lecce extending to +8. The goals scored by Yerry Mina for Cagliari and the equalizer goal for Lecce by Nikola Krstović.

Cagliari ended the first half ahead, but with one man less. In the 26th minute Gaetano finishes from the edge of the area, with Mina intervening on the trajectory and putting the ball into the net. At the end of the first half Gaetano himself was sent off for a late intervention against Ramadani. In the second half the home team closed in on defense to protect the lead, but in the final Lecce found the equalizer through Krstović: in the 84th minute Almqvist sent a cross towards the far post where the Montenegrin attacker scored with the door unprotected.

Cagliari took the lead in the 26th minute. Yerry Mina defeated Lecce goalkeeper Wladimiro Falcone with a right-footed shot to the center. The assist is by Gianluca Gaetano following a corner conceded by Remi Oudin.

Lecce equalized in the 83rd minute. Nikola Krstovic defeated Cagliari goalkeeper Andrea Consigli from very close range with a right-footed shot to the top left corner. The assist is by Pontus Almqvist.

Stats before the game: Cagliari remained unbeaten in seven of the last eight matches against Lecce in Serie A (W3, D4), however drawing the most recent three – as many X marks as those recorded in the 16 previous meetings between the two teams in the top flight. The balance sheet is completed by seven victories for the Sardinians and six for the Apulians. Cagliari remained unbeaten in eight of the nine home matches against Lecce in Serie A (5W, 3D): the Salento team’s only away success against the Sardinians in the tournament dates back to 26 February 2012 (2-1 at Sant’Elia). Among the teams involved in the fight for survival in Serie A (between 13th and 19th place currently in the standings – excluding Salernitana, already relegated), Cagliari is the team that has gained the most points in the last 10 matches: 14 (3W , 5N, 2P), immediately behind we find Lecce with 12 (3W, 3N, 4P, equal to Hellas Verona). Since the arrival of Luca Gotti, Lecce has gained 11 points in six championship matches (3W, 2N, 1L), as many as the Salento players had collected in the previous 16 Serie A matches (11 points: 2W, 5N, 9L).  Lecce have won two of their last three away games in the championship (1P), including the last one against Sassuolo; the Apulians could record two successes away from home in a row in Serie A for the first time since February 2023 (against Cremonese and Atalanta in that case).

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Serie A tickets2023 – 2024 Italian Serie A Week 35

Cagliari 1 – 1 Lecce
Sunday 5 May 2024
Unipol Domus
Cagliari, Italy


Assistants: MORO – GARZELLI
Fourth Official: MONALDI

⚽️ Goals: 26′ Yerry Mina (C), 83′ Nikola Krstovic (L)

🟨 Booked: 14′ Roberto Piccoli (L), 54′ Nicola Sansone (L), 56′ Nicola Sansone (L), 64′ Simone Scuffet (C), 74′ Nahitan Nández (C), 74′ Federico Baschirotto (L), 76′ Tommaso Augello (C), 78′ Alessandro Deiola (C)

🟥 Red Card: 44′ Gianluca Gaetano (C)

Official Lineups – Formations – Tabellino:

Lineup CAGLIARI: Scuffet, Dossena, Nandez (91′ Obert), Lapadula (46′ Sulemana), Deiola ©, Mina, Augello (77′ Azzi), Zappa (46′ Wieteska), Makoumbou, Gaetano, Luvumbo (67′ Shomurodov).

Subs: Radunovic, Aresti, Prati, Hatzidiakos, Oristanio, Pavoletti, Petagna, Kingstone, Di Pardo.

Coach: Claudio Ranieri

Lineup LECCE: Falcone, Pongračić, Baschirotto, Krstović, Oudin (72′ Rafia), Dorgu (59′ Pierotti), Gendrey, Ramadani (72′ Almqvist), Gallo, Blin ©, Piccoli (46′ Sansone).

Subs: Brancolini, Samooja, Borbei, Venuti, Gonzalez, Berisha, Touba.

Coach: Luca Gotti