Strange mistakes to start a match in Serie A

Strange mistakes to start a match in Serie A

PAP / EPA / ELISABETTA BARACCHI / In the photo: Danilo D’Ambrosio (right) and Armand Lauriente (left)

Sebastian Szczytkowski

Sampdoria scored the first goal after a big mistake by Gianmarco Ferrari, and got the second as a gift from Martin Erlic. In this way, they drew 2: 2 with US Sassuolo to start the playoff round of Serie A.

The battle in Genoa began in earnest. Less than a quarter of an hour passed and three goals were scored. Sampdoria got the first as a gift from the experienced Gianmarco Ferrari. The defender wanted to pass the ball to Andrea Consigli but he hit it too gently and gave it to Manolo Gabbiadini for free. The Blucerchiati striker only had to beat the unprepared goalkeeper in a one-on-one situation.

Sampdoria did not enjoy the lead. After one minute it became 1:1, and after another two minutes it became 2:1 for Sassuolo. The hosts also made mistakes in defence, where they punished with close range shots by Domenico Berardi and Matheus Henrique. From the 14th minute, Neroverdi can show the opponents how to keep an eye on the results.

We had to wait until the second half of the game for more intense emotions. In the 66th minute, Andrea Pinamonti missed a great chance to increase the lead for Sassuolo, and his shot turned into a goal. In the 79th minute, Neroverdi made a mistake in their own penalty area, and Martin Erlić scored an own goal in ridiculous circumstances.

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The match in Genoa started the last round of the season in the Italian league. His biggest events will be the matches between Juventus and Milan, Inter and Atalanta and Fiorentina and Roma.

UC Sampdoria – American Sassuolo 2:2 (1:2)
1:0 – Manolo Gabbiadini 8′
1:1 – Domenico Berardi 9′
1:2 – Matheus Henrique 11′
2:2 – Martin Erlić (alone) 78′


Sampdoria: Martin Turk – Marios Oikonomou (68′ Jeison Murillo), Bram Nuytinck (46′ Nicola Murru), Bruno Amione (46′ Flavio Paoletti) – Alessandro Zanoli, Harry Winks, Tomas Rincon (61′ Emirhan Ilkhan), Tommaso Augello – Mehdi Leris – Manolo Gabbiadini, Fabio Quagliarella (88′ Sam Lammers)

Sassuolo: Andrea Consigli – Nadir Zortea, Martin Erlić (90′ Filippo Romagna), Gianmarco Ferrari, Rogerio – Pedro Obiang, Kristian Thorstvedt (46′ Abdou Harroui), Matheus Henrique (63′ Maxime Lopez) – Domenico Berardi, Andrea Pinamontiire (79′) ) Defrel), Emil Ceide (63′ Nedim Bejrami)

Yellow cards: Oikonomou (Sassuolo) and Thorstvedt, Harroui (Sassuolo)

Judge: Francesco Meraviglia

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