Serie A Week 9: Result TORINO 3 – 2 GENOA, Friday 22 October 2021 Anna Italia
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59% Ball Possession TORINO and 41% Ball Possession GENOA
Torino 3 – 2 Genoa
14′ Antonio Sanabria      69′ Mattia Destro
31′ Tommaso Pobega     80′ Felipe Caicedo
77′ Josip Brekalo
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Torino, 12th position with 8 points and a positive goal difference of +1
Genoa, 18th position with 6 points and a negative goal difference of -6

Torino win the Serie A Week 9 game defeating Genoa on Friday 22 October 2021 at the Olimpico di Torino in Turin, Italy. Motivation is high for Torino having lost their last two games against Juventus and Napoli, without scoring.  This victory is a redemption and added boost for Torino having now a +5 points lead over Genoa.  Problem is for Genoa remaining in the relegation zone.  Torino  have not lost three games in a row in the competition since December 2020 and there are three goalless games in Serie A since November 2014.

✅  Torino are unbeaten in their last eight league games against Genoa: six wins, two draws.  From 2012/13 onwards, Torino have never lost at home to Genoa in Serie A (5V, 4N): during the period, among the teams played at least five times at home, the rossoblù team is the only one against which the grenade they never lost.  Genoa have achieved success in the first eight games of this championship (3N, 4P): in the first nine Serie A games of the season, in the era of three points per victory, the rossoblù have won only one game on only two occasions, in the 2017/18 and in 2020/21.  Genoa have won three of their last six Serie A away games (1N, 2P), as many away wins as those obtained in the previous 18 (5N, 10P).

Torino opening the score in the 14th minute. It is Antonio Sanabria to defeat Genoa goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu with a headed shot to the center. The assist is by Cristian Ansaldi. Nine of Sanabria’s last 10 #SerieA goals have been scored in home games, including all of the last six.

Torino rocking in the first half and the second goal arriving in the 31st minute. It is Tommaso Pobega to score with a left footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Antonio Sanabria.

Genoa shortening the distance in the 69th minute. It is forward Mattia Destro to defeat Torino goalkeeper Milinkovic-Savic with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Felipe Caicedo.

The treble. Torino scoring in the 77th minute with the goal by Josip Brekalo for the 3-1 with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Dennis Praet.

Genoa speeding …. believing … In the 80th minute there it is another goal for the 3-2. Felipe Caicedo scoring from very close range with a left footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Yayah Kallon.

TORINO (3-4-2-1): Milinkovic-Savic; Djidji, Bremer, Buongiorno; Singo, Lukic, Pobega, Ansaldi; Linetty, Brekalo; Sanabria.

Coach:  Ivan Juric

GENOA (3-5-2): Sirigu; Ghiglione, Vasquez, Criscito; Cambiaso, Touré, Rovella, Sturaro, Fares; Ekuban, Destro.

Coach: Ballardini

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Referee Piero Giacomelli from the section of Trieste will be assisted by Alessandro Lo Cicero from the section of Brescia and Damiano Di Iorio from the section of Vco. The Fourth Official will be Francesco Meraviglia from the section of Pistoia. The VAR will be Rosario Abisso from the section of Palermo and the AVAR will be Alessandro Giallatini from the section of Roma 2.

Serie A tickets2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 9

Torino 3 – 2 Genoa
Friday 22 October 2021
Olimpico di Torino Stadium
Turin, Italy


Assistants: LO CICERO – DI IORIO
Fourth Official: MERAVIGLIA

Goals: 14′ Antonio Sanabria (T), 31′ Tommaso Pobega (T), 69′ Mattia Destro (G), 77′ Josip Brekalo (T), 80′ Felipe Caicedo (G)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

Torino (3-4-2-1): V. Milinkovic-Savic; Djidji, Bremer, Buongiorno; Singo (59′ Vojvoda), Lukic, Pobega, Ansaldi (72′ Aina); Linetty (59′ Praet), Brekalo; Sanabria (59′ Belotti).

Subs: Berisha, Izzo, Zima, Rodriguez, Kone, Warming, Rincon.

Coach:  Ivan Juric

Genoa (4-2-3-1): Sirigu; Ghiglione (46′ Kallon), Vasquez, Criscito, Cambiaso; Touré (46′ Galdames), Rovella; Fares, Sturaro (68′ Behrami), Ekuban (61′ Caicedo); Destro (79′ Pandev).

Subs: Semper, Marchetti, Sabelli, Masiello, Melegoni, Biraschi, Badelj.

Coach:  Davide Ballardini