Serie A Week 37: Result AS ROMA 1 – 1 VENEZIA, Saturday 14 May 2022 Anna Italia
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69% Ball Possession AS ROMA and 31% Ball Possession VENEZIA
AS Roma 1 – 1 Venezia
76′ Eldor Shomurodov          1′ David Okereke
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
AS Roma, 6th position with 59 points and a positive goal difference of +13
Venezia, 20th position with 25 points and a negative goal difference of -35

AS Roma ended the Serie A Week 37 game, the last home game, against Venezia with a draw on Saturday 14 May 2022 at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium in Rome, Italy. The Giallorossi, still in the running for a place in Europe, Venezia, already mathematically relegated to Serie B.   On the last day of Serie A, Mourinho’s team will play their last European hopes in Torino’s home while Soncin’s boys could decide on Cagliari’s salvation race.

Monologue of the Giallorossi who stop at the crossbars (four) and the miracles of Maenpaa. Shomurodov replies to Okereke, Johnsen at the end of time risks signing the coup, Venezia see the episodes turn in favor only after relegation has taken place.  Incredible so, Roma with 20 corners while Venezia only 2.

Venezia, despite their relegation to the Serie B, surprised the Roman gladiators by opening the score in the 1st minute. It is David Okereke to defeat Roma goalkeeper Rui Patricio with a headed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Mattia Aramu. Two of the five goals scored by Venezia in SerieA in the first minute of the game have been against Roma: Álvaro Recoba on 7 February 1999 and David Okereke tonight.

Venezia remain with 10 players. Referee Simone Sozza gave a red card to Sofian Kiyine in the 33rd minute for violent conduct.

Roma equalized for the 1-1 in the 76th minute. Eldor Shomurodov equalized defeating Venezia goalkeeper Niki Mäenpää with a right-footed shot to the high center.

✅ Stats before the game. After a 3-2 win on 7 November, Venezia could win both matches in a single Serie A championship against Roma for the first time in their history. Roma have won all their last four home matches against Venezia in Serie A, always keeping a clean sheet – the last Venezia away goals against Roma in the tournament were scored by Gino Raffin (brace in 2-2 on 13 January 1963). No team has recorded more clean sheets than Roma in home games in this league (10, on par with Milan), only in three seasons have the Giallorossi kept a clean sheet several times in home matches in Serie A: 12 in 2013/14, 12 in 1941/42 and 11 in 1935/36. After a streak of 10 defeats in a row, Venezia won the most recent match against Bologna: the Venetians could obtain two consecutive wins for the second time in this league, after last November (against Rome and Bologna).

👉 Lineup AS Roma (3-4-2-1): Rui Patricio – Kumbulla, Smalling, Ibanez – Maitland-Niles, Cristante, Veretout, Spinazzola – Perez, Pellegrini – Abraham.

👉 Lineup Venezia (3-4-2-1): Maenpaa – Ampadu, Caldara, Ceccaroni – Mateju, Crnigoj, Vacca, Haps – Kiyine, Aramu – Okereke.

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📺  Click the video to watch AS Roma 1 – 1 Venezia highlights including all goals on Saturday 14 May 2022.

🇮🇹 Referee Simone Sozza from the section of Seregno will be assisted by Alessandro Lo Cicero from the section of Brescia and Mauro Galetto from the section of Rovigo. The Fourth Official will be Daniele Minelli from the section of Varese. The VAR will be Aleandro Di Paolo from the section of Avezzano. The AVAR will be Antonio Di Martino from the section of Teramo.


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Serie A tickets2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 37

AS Roma 1 – 1 Venezia
Saturday 14 May 2022
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy


Referee: SOZZA
Fourth Official: MINELLI

Goals:  1′ David Okereke (V), 76′ Eldor Shomurodov (R)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup AS ROMA (3-4-1-2): Rui Patricio; Kumbulla (45′  El Shaarawy), Smalling, Ibañez; Maitland-Niles (45′ Karsdorp), Cristante, Veretout (60′ Shomurodov), Spinazzola (45′ Zalewski); Carles Perez (83′  Volpato), Pellegrini, Abraham.

Subs: Fuzato, Vina, Sergio Oliveira, Diawara, Bove, Darboe, Keramitsis.

Coach: Mourinho

👉 Lineup VENEZIA (3-4-2-1): Maenpaa; Ampadu, Caldara, Ceccaroni; Mateju (65′ Svoboda), Crnigoj (80′ Ebuehi), Vacca (28′ Fiordilino), Haps; Aramu (65′ Peretz), Kiyine; Okereke (80′ Johnsen).

Subs: Bruno, Tessmann, Nsame, Ullman, Nani, Cuisance, Busio.

Coach: Andrea Soncin