Serie A Week 35: Result HELLAS VERONA 2 – 1 FIORENTINA, Sunday 5 May 2024 Anna Italia
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38% Ball Possession HELLAS VERONA and 62% Ball Possession FIORENTINA
  Hellas Verona 2 – 1 Fiorentina
13′ Darko Lazovic (pen)                         42’Gaetano Castrovilli
59′ Tijjani Noslin
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Fiorentina, 8th position with 50 points and a positive goal difference of +13
Hellas Verona, 15th position with 31 points and a negative goal difference of -14

Mission accomlished! Hellas Verona with a sprint race to earn points to avoid falling down in the relegation zone. Verona won the Serie A Week 35 game on Sunday 5 May 2024 at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium in Verona, Italy. This is a very prestigious victory with notable specific weight for Veriba. Lazovic opens the ball with a penalty (Christensen’s foul on Noslin) but at the end of the first half the equalizer comes with Castrovilli’s powerful left-footed shot. In the second half, the yellow-blues found the winning goal thanks to Noslin’s missile which struck the Viola goalkeeper after Milenkovic’s short clearance. The final assault by the Italian team was in vain, Verona celebrates at the Bentegodi.

Hellas Verona took the lead in the 13th minute. Darko Lazovic defeated Fiorentina goalkeeper by converting a penalty with a right footed shot to the top left corner. The penalty was conceded by Oliver Christensen after a foul in the penalty area on Tijjani Noslin.

Fiorentina equalized before ending the first half in the 42nd minute. Gaetano Castrovilli defeated Hellas Verona goalkeeper with a left footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by M’Bala Nzola.

Hellas Verona took back the lead in the 59th minute. Tijjani Noslin scored with a right-footed shot to the high center.


✅  Stats before the game: Hellas Verona have won 14 of the 65 matches against Fiorentina in Serie A (20N, 31L), only against Cagliari (15) have the Venetians achieved more successes in the tournament. Fiorentina have remained unbeaten in their last eight matches against Hellas Verona in Serie A (W4, D4), winning all three of their most recent games without conceding a goal; the Viola have never recorded four clean sheets in a row against the Scaligeri in the tournament. Fiorentina have won seven of their last nine away games against Hellas Verona in Serie A (1N, 1P), after having achieved just one success in as many previous away games against the Venetians in the tournament (3N, 5P). After the 1-0 success against Udinese in the last match at Bentegodi, Hellas Verona could win two home games in a row for the first time in this championship, the last time dating back to April 2023. Fiorentina have won the last two championship matches against Salernitana and Sassuolo, only once in this championship have they achieved three successes in a row: last December (the first of which against the matchday opponents).

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Serie A tickets2023 – 2024 Italian Serie A Week 35

Hellas Verona 2 – 1 Fiorentina
Sunday  5 May 2024
Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium
Verona, Italy


Referee: RAPUANO
Fourth Official: COSSO

⚽️ Goals: 13′ Darko Lazovic (pen)(V), 42’Gaetano Castrovilli (F)

🟨 Booked: 46′ Diego Coppola (V), 77′ Rolando Mandragora (F), 79′ Michael Folorunsho (V)

Attendance: 27.821

✅   Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup HELLAS VERONA (4-2-3-1): Montipò; Centonze, Magnani (85′ Dawidowicz), Coppola, Vinagre ( 61′ Tchatchoua); Duda, Serdar; Noslin, Folorunsho (85′ Dani Silva), Lazovic ( 73′ Suslov); Bonazzoli ( 46′ Swiderski)

Subs: Chiesa, Perilli, Belahyane, Tavsan, Henry, Mitrovic, Charlys, Corradi

Coach: Marco Baroni

👉 Lineup FIORENTINA (4-3-3): Christensen; Faraoni (84 Belotti), Milenkovic, Ranieri, Parisi; Lopez ( 70′ Mandragora), Duncan ( 61′ Bonaventura); Ikoné ( 70′ Beltran), Barak, Castrovilli ( 61′ Kouame); Nzola

Subs: Terracciano, Dodo, Biraghi, Arthur, Infantino, M. Quarta, Kayode, Comuzzo, Caprini, Fortini

Coach: Vincenzo Italiano