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Arkadiusz Milik and Hirving Lozano headers took a valuable 2-0 victory over Napoli

Arkadiusz Milik and Hirving Lozano headers took a valuable 2-0 victory over Napoli

Arkadiusz Milik and Hirving Lozano headers took a valuable 2-0 victory over Napoli to Hellas Verona, however, the hosts are passing an outstanding Valerio Verre miss over the regret. This was a head-to-head for the 6th spot, while the Partenopei had already qualified for the Europa League in Coppa Italia after their victory over Juventus. Kostas Manolas was still down and out yet the list was rearranged by Gennaro Gattuso, as Dries Mertens was refreshed while wearing a special release patch marking the club record 122 goals. Verona also had Fabio Borini suspended and Valentin Eysseric harmed.

Marco Silvestri started from Piotr Zielinski to the touch of a daisy-cutter, at that point, Sofyan Amrabat cleared Lorenzo Insigne’s volley from the field after the offside flag had risen. Verona by one way or another battled to score a mind-boggling opportunity on 23 minutes, when Marco Davide Faraoni’s volley at the far post went across the face of the frame, transforming it into a fantastic assist that Valerio Verre managed to chest untouched from a yard over the yard. Minutes later, Di Carmine constrained David Ospina to a one-handed save at the near post after a Darko Lazovic broke the Napoli resistance by the goal.

Be that as it may, it was Napoli who took the lead as Matteo Politano’s corner spotted Arkadiusz Milik criminally unmarked, as he had slid free for a flicked header into the far bottom corner. Allan had attempted to continue ahead with its finish, which would probably put off Silvestri. Verona prevailing with regards to squeezing, Ospina sailing over the bar to fingertip a Miguel Veloso screamer, yet close to restarting, Napoli nearly jumped on a cautious blunder, Silvestri declining Politano from short proximity.

Veloso and Politano drew saves from the goalkeepers while Ospina bravely flung at Mattia Zaccagni ‘s cross before Di Carmine could move in.

Verona had the ball in the net on 61 minutes with Faraoni ‘s header at the far post, however, Zaccagni had slipped before taking the shot and fell with his hand ready to hold himself in balance. After an examination of the VAR which demonstrated the shot had to be disallowed.

Arkadiusz Milik and Hirving Lozano headers took a valuable 2-0 victory over Napoli

Ospina had to run over to avoid a redirected Amir Rrahmani ‘s attempt when Insigne’s styler sailed into the far top corner and Eddie Salcedo tapped down Federico Dimarco’s corner. Napoli multiplied its lead in the final moment of the game. Silvestri did beautifully near carrying his hand to an Insigne pass, however, at the resulting Faouzi Ghoulam corner, Chucky Lozano rose to gesture in from a yard more than two defenders.

Later on, Lozano was meant to have had a couple of more minutes on the counter however penetrated wide of an open goal. Giovanni Simeone scored a last gasp header to send Cagliari away from SPAL conceivably vital six-pointer relegation, yet Robin Olsen was crucial as well.

Etrit Berisha split a bone in his hand last week, so Karlo Letica made a presentation on loan for his Club Brugge Serie A. Verona beat Cagliari at the end of the week’s rescheduled Week 25 game and Radja Nainggolan, Leonardo Pavoletti and Paolo Faragò are all gone. Joao Pedro came back from suspension, yet Luca Ceppitelli and Luca Cigarini were banned and Walter Zenga changed to 3-5-1-1 with Olsen taking over from Alessio Cragno suddenly.

Cagliari had a once in a lifetime opportunity on 29 minutes when Leticia had to catch the free Marko Rog kick off the line close as it was already halfway into the pot.

Mattia Valoti penetrated high, a half-volley shot by Gabriel Strefezza skimmed the crossbar from outside the crate, while Thiago Cionek’s performance attempt looked at Robin Olsen. A Luca Pellegrini volley was cool however an inappropriate side of the post was askew while the free-kick from a not too bad situation from Joao Pedro was askew. It was exceptionally hot and damp in Ferrara so the rhythm was moderate and genuinely necessary breaks to chill off.

Joao Pedro was unable to hold his header down from a corner in the final minutes yet SPAL was left to mourn an unforgettable twofold chance.

Mohamed Fares volleyed a shot across from the center for Alberto Cerri, yet Olsen by one way or another made a brilliant reflex save from point-blank range and Petagna discharged the bounce back over the wall. The deadlock eventually collapsed significantly through stoppages, and the goal went down to Cagliari. Letica parried Rog’s scorcher from a distance, however, Joao Pedro answered better than anyone else to bring the ball back in for Simeone’s point-blank range header.

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