Tag Archives: Sassuolo

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Serie A TIM: Matchday 32 Review

Spal shock Juventus. A highly controversial encounter at the San Siro between Milan and Lazio. Sampdoria continues their Derby della Lanterna dominance over Genoa. These were some of the main highlights from this past round of the Serie A TIM. Spal 2-1 Juventus The Ferrara

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Correa: “A fundamental week begins…”

There is no room for regret at Lazio. Simone Inzaghi’s team are looking for redemption after two games in which only one point was collected, but now is the time to dwell on the past – they need to look forward and strive for greatness.

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Serie A TIM: Matchday 31 Review

The battle for a UEFA Champions League place and the battle for safety headlined the latest round of action in the top flight of Italian football. Parma 0-0 Torino A missed opportunity for the Granata… With Parma missing several key players including Gervinho, Roberto Inglese¬†and

Lazio vs Sassuolo: Abisso’s penalty call was justified

Another weekend, another VAR controversy. After the criticism of¬†Michael Fabbri for his officiating during the Juventus v Milan game, Rosario Abisso has also ended up also in the controversy cauldron for his decisions during Lazio’s match vs Sassuolo. The crime: calling for a penalty kick

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Serie A TIM: Matchday 30 Review

The fight for European spots and the battle to avoid relegation highlight the mid-week matches in the top flight of Italian football. Milan 1-1 Udinese Another poor performance from Milan… The home team basically had three chances in the first half and converted solely from

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Serie A TIM: Matchday 29 Review

In the latest round of the Serie A TIM, Juventus and Napoli pull further away from the rest of the league, the Milanese sides falter, and Lazio and Bologna gain important wins to move closer to their objectives… Chievo 0-3 Cagliari Three first-half goals for