Serie A Week 36: Result CREMONESE 1 – 5 BOLOGNA, Saturday 20 May 2023 Anna Italia
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37% Ball Possession CREMONESE and 63% Ball Possession BOLOGNA

          Cremonese  1 – 5 Bologna 

91′ Daniel Ciofani                                   14′ Marko Arnautovic
.                                                                      26′ Lewis Ferguson
.                                                                      45’+1 Stefan Posch
.                                                                      63′ Riccardo Orsolini
.                                                                      80′ Nicola Sansone
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game
Bologna, 11th  position with 47 points and a negative goal difference of -1
Cremonese, 19th position with 24 points and a negative goal difference of -30

Bologna are already saved while Cremonese lost the Serie A Week 36 game on Saturday 20 May 2023 at the Giovanni Zini Stadium in Cremona, Italy. Bologna returns to victory after six games and does it in a bombastic way at the Zini. After the 3-0 in the first half, Motta’s men find two more goals with Orsolini and Sansone. For Cremonese, the honor goal is scored by Daniel Ciofani. However, there is a lack of mathematics to condemn Cremonese but, to stay in Serie A, Ballardini’s men need six points in the next two games and three consecutive missteps for Verona and Spezia, something that goes beyond the concept of a sporting miracle. Bologna, on the other hand, with these three points reaches 50 and climbs to ninth place with two lengths of delay from Monza in eighth, waiting for the other matches of the day.

In the next round, Cremonese will play in Rome against Lazio, while Bologna will host Napoli at Dall’Ara.

✅   Stats before the game: After losing their first two matches in Serie A against Bologna (in 1929/30), Cremonese remained unbeaten in the next three matches in the top division between 1989/90 and the first leg (W1, D2). Davide Ballardini’s first match at the helm of Cremonese in Serie A dates back to the first leg match against Bologna on 23 January (1-1); since his arrival, the Grigiorossi have earned 17 points in 17 games and would be out of the relegation zone. 46% of Cremonese’s points in this Serie A season have come from April (11/24), a record percentage. During the period, the Grigiorossi earned more points (11 in eight matches) than Bologna (10) in the league. After the success against Spezia in the last home match, Cremonese could obtain two wins in a row at Zini in Serie A for the first time since the period between November-December 1995 (against Padova and Bari in that case, with Luigi Simoni as coach). Bologna went on a run of six consecutive matches without a win (D4 L2) in the league for the first time since the April-May 2021 period (seven in that case). The rossoblù could also draw three games in a row in Serie A for the first time since January 2021 (five on that occasion).

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🇮🇹      Referee Paolo Valeri from the section of Roma 2 will be assisted by Marcello Rossi from the section of Biella and Domenico Fontemurato from the section of Roma 2.   The Fourth Official will be Daniele Minelli from the section of Varese.   The VAR will be Valerio Marini from the section of Roma 1.   The AVAR will be Marco Di Bello di Brindisi.


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Serie A tickets2022 – 2023 Italian Serie A Week 36

Cremonese 1 – 5 Bologna
Saturday 20 May 2023
Giovanni Zini Stadium
Cremona, Italy


Referee: VALERI
Fourth Official:  MINELLI

Goals:  14′ Marko Arnautovic (B), 26′ Lewis Ferguson (B), 45’+1 Stefan Posch (B), 63′ Riccardo Orsolini (B), 80′ Nicola Sansone (B), 90’+1 Daniel Ciofani (C)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

Lineup CREMONESE (4-2-3-1): Carnesecchi; Sernicola (76′ Afena-Gyan), Chiriches (58′ Lochoshvili), Vasquez, Valeri; Meité, Castagnetti (70′ Quagliata); Pickel, Galdames (46′ Buonaiuto), Okereke; Tsadjout (46′ Ciofani).

Subs.: Saro, Sarr, Aiwu, Bianchetti, Ghiglione, Acella, Ferrari.

Coach.: Davide Ballardini

Lineup BOLOGNA (4-2-3-1): Skorupski; Posch (65′ De Silvestri), Bonifazi, Lucumì, Cambiaso; Dominguez (58′ Aebischer), Schouten (65′ Medel); Orsolini, Ferguson (58′ Moro), Barrow; Arnautovic (76′ Sansone).

Subs.: Bardi, Ravaglia, Sosa, Zirkzee, Lykogiannis, Pyyhtia.

Coach: Thiago Motta