Two matches closed the fourth day of the championship. At Arechi, the Granata broke the deadlock with Buongiorno, at the start of the second half Radonjic scored twice and a few minutes later saw his hat-trick annulled by VAR: it became 3-0. The match at Bentegodi ends goalless, a goal from Folorunsho is canceled
The fourth day of Serie A ended with two more matches. Salernitana lost 0-3 at home to Torino, while the match in Bentegodi between Verona and Bologna ended 0-0. On Saturday, Juventus (3-1 against Lazio) and Inter (5-1 in the derby against Milan) took home three points, while Napoli drew 2-2 against Genoa. Sunday draws in Cagliari-Udinese (0-0) and Monza-Lecce (1-1) and victories for Frosinone (4-2 against Sassuolo), Fiorentina (3-2 against Atalanta) and Roma (7-0 at Empoli) ( ALL SERIES A HIGHLIGHTS).
The Chronicle of Verona-Bologna
Verona starts strong with Hongla and Bonazzoli, Bologna tries with Ndoye but the conclusion just goes over the bar. In the 30th minute, Folorunsho’s goal was canceled due to Bonazzoli’s offside. Great opportunity for Thiago Motta’s team with a conclusion from Karlsson, Montipò saves in the corner. Another Karlsson-Montipò duel in the second half, but Verona’s goalkeeper swerves again. Bologna tries with Orsolini and Fabbian, but the result does not work.
The scoreboard of Verona-Bologna 0-0
VERONA (3-4-2-1): Montipò, Magnani, Hien, Dawidowicz, Faraoni (16’s Terracciano), Hongla, Duda (24’s Suslov), Doig (35’pt Lazovic), Folorunsho (24’s Serdar), Ngonge, Bonazzoli (16’s Djuric ). All: Barons
BOLOGNA (4-2-3-1): Skirupski, De Silvestri (15’s Posch), Beukema, Lucumi, Kristiansen (35’s Calafiori), Freuler (35’s Moro), Aebischer, Ndoye (32’s Fabbian), Ferguson, Karlsson (15’s Orsolini) , Zirkzee. Coach: Thiago Motta
Ammonites: Dawidowicz, Kristiansen, Faraoni, Posch, Serdar, Suslov for foul play. Barons for protests
The news of Salernitana-Turin (HIGHLIGHTS)
First shot on target after 40 seconds for Salernitana: Cabral tries but Milinkovic-Savic blocks two halves. Then Candreva with a right foot shot to the far post, the Torino goalkeeper blocks with his fists. The Granata responded in the 15th minute with the opening goal: Buongiorno broke the deadlock. In the 41st minute, Torino doubled the lead with Radonjic’s right-footed shot from outside the penalty area. In extra time in the first half, Salernitana was close to scoring, Cabral’s shot hit the post. In the second half, a wild Radonjic scored again in the 50th and 58th minutes, but the second goal was disallowed for offside after a VAR check and the score remained 3-0 for Torino. In the 83rd minute, Salernitana came close to scoring with a header from Fazio, but Milinkovic-Savic said no.
The scoreboard of Salernitana-Turin 0-3
Goals: 15′ Buongiorno, 41′ and 50′ Radonjic
SALERNITANA (3-4-2-1): Ochoa; Lovato, Gyomber (1′ st Ikwemesi), Pirola; Mazzocchi, Legowski (22′ Kastanos), Bohinen (1′ Martegani), Bradaric (22′ Fazio); Candreva, Cabral; Botheim (1′ st Tcahouna). All: Sousa
TURIN (3-4-2-1): Milinkovic-Savic; Schuurs, Buongiorno, Rodriguez; Bellanova (23′ Soppy), Ricci (42′ Gineitis), Tameze, Lazaro; Seck (33′ Linetty), Radonjic (33′ Karamoh); Zapata (42′ st Pellegri). All: Legal
Ammonites: Gyomber, Bellanova, Schuurs, Fazio for foul play