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HomeEPL English Premier LeagueAfter crushing team with 3 goals, Cornelius becomes a nightmare for Genoa

After crushing team with 3 goals, Cornelius becomes a nightmare for Genoa

After crushing team with 3 goals, Cornelius becomes a nightmare for Genoa

Cornelius achieved a remarkable accomplishment by finishing the subsequent hat-stunt of his season past Genoa, as Parma defeated Marassi 4-1. The Grifone had greatly fortified under Davide Nicola, their third coach of the season, yet there was worry about a three-month break because of the pandemic weakening their force.

For the remainder of the season, Ivan Radovanovic will miss out on wounds when Roberto Inglese and Giuseppe Pezzella were missing Parma. The Ducati had a promising start, yet the muddled early push was not adjusted by all Gervinho, Andreas Cornelius, and Dejan Kulusevski. Gervinho should have scored 13 minutes when he was struck by a ball yet his touch was poor and he goaded it wide.

Mattia Perin made a brilliant save to forestall Cornelius from making an acrobatic exertion, however on the converse, Genoa saw their shot charged by Simone Iacoponi for a goal. Cornelius finished his subsequent hat-stunt of the season against Genoa with a leaping header ricocheting off Laurini ‘s pass in the far bottom corner. Six of his 11 Series A goals have come amazingly past Genoa this season.

Dejan Kulusevski stole a fourth for Parma, carrying two guarded players to the field and freeing up space in the near-bottom corner for penetrating. This would have been five yet Perin saved a Jasmin Kurtic counter with the final kick of the game.

In six-pointer relegation, Torino finally finished their winless streak with Udinese however had to battle in numbers after Andrea Belotti ‘s shot.

The Friulani started unpalatably, Jens Stryger-Larsen ‘s ball heading into the six-yard enclose with no one a situation to polish off. Sadly, when Stryger-Larsen diverted a Rodrigo De Paul pass from the point-blank range to the upstanding, he was unable to score the opener.

Salvatore Sirigu saved brilliantly to stop Seko Fofana’s equalizer when the volley from outside the crate was always in a hurry.

Torino got annoyed with the ref after 29 minutes. The official blew the whistle when the two Udinese players appeared to clash with a non-existent Simone Zaza foul, and when Simone Edera put the ball in the goal, it couldn’t enroll or utilize VAR as the action had been halted.

Sebastien De Maio tested Sirigu with a header in the corner however after a weak ankle sprain Udinese missed Rolando Mandragora and he was taken off in clear pain. Udinese started taking control of the subsequent half, sticking Torino back to an ever-increasing extent in any case, the hosts were hanging on and firmly protecting to lessen chances.

Belotti ‘s touch let him down on a counter-attack by Alex Berenguer, inciting Musso to cover, and charging off a couple of desperate numbers ensuring Fofana ‘s shot. Rodrigo De Paul was reserved to make it more awful for Udinese and would miss the match at Atalanta. It was a battle through five minutes of stoppages, with just Musso going up for two diverse set plays, however, Torino clung on for their first victory in seven.