Fiorentina spreads in Benevento with super Vlahovic

by time news

Time.news – In the advances of the 27th matchday of Serie A, Fiorentina beat Benevento away with a clear 4-1, Sassuolo won at home with Verona 3-2, while Genoa-Udinese finished 1-1.

Fiorentina returns to win and does so by overcoming Benevento 4-1 thanks to the hurricane Vlahovic, who in 45 minutes hits the Giallorossi with a splendid hat-trick. Super performance of the young Serbian who, together with Eysseric’s seal in the final, allows his team to climb to 29 points in the standings, detaching the bells for which Ionita’s blaze and a second fraction played with pride are not enough.

The first half of the Vigorito has one and only protagonist, who responds precisely to the name of Dusan Vlahovic. The purple striker is absolutely demon-possessed and after directing the game with two goals as an area robber, he invented the third one before the interval by drawing a masterpiece that ends at the intersection of the poles.

However, Benevento is not there and in the second half returns to the field with a completely different attitude, immediately shortening the distance with Ionita’s header and risking to return further in the race at least a couple of times with Gaich and especially with Caprari, providentially walled up by Dragowski. A quarter of an hour from the end, after having risked something on the forcing of Campania, Prandelli’s team further closes the accounts with the poker made by Eysseric.

Sassuolo beat Verona 3-2, overtakes it in the standings and rises to eighth place. All at the end of 90 minutes full of good play and emotions, as in the DNA of the two teams. The European dream remains distant for both but not impossible.

Locatelli opens the scoring, who at 4 ‘receives from Defrel and beats Silvestri from the edge. Verona suffers the cold blow but then reorganizes and knocks on the side of Councils with Barak, Tameze and Faraoni: Sassuolo does not stand by and touches the doubling with Ferrrari and Berardi on a couple of occasions but at 43 ‘must suffer Lazovic’s equal goal that turns a Pharaohs cross into gold.

After the break, the teams resume an open challenge. The neroverdi take the lead in the 51st minute with Djuricic who replies on the net a short rejected by Lazovic. The Venetians try to react, exposing themselves to the counterattack of the hosts, and in the 79th minute they grabbed the 2-2 with a splendid execution on the fly by Dimarco, not new to beautiful and impossible goals. It seems done and instead Sassuolo finds the strength to put his head ahead with Traorè, quick to resolve a scrum generated by a corner. The final siege of the guests and 4 minutes of recovery do not change the result.

Finally, Marassi’s match between Genoa and Udinese ends in a draw: the final score signed by Pandev and De Paul 1-1, both scored in the first half. Eight minutes pass from the kick-off and the hosts pass immediately ahead with Pandev’s goal, first canceled due to an alleged touch of the hand, then validated thanks to the help of the Var. rightly canceled the possible draw to the Friulians by Pereyra, made useless by a previous offside by Llorente. 1-1 which will still arrive at 30 ‘with the penalty converted by De Paul, conquered by Pereyra himself who landed in the area by Criscito.

A few minutes later Llorente would have the ball of Udinese’s advantage on his head, but he hit weakly and allowed himself to be neutralized by Perin. In the second half the match remains in perfect balance, with the two teams looking decisively for the opening to break through, even though Musso and Perin are never called to major interventions.

In the final, Genoa has the biggest scoring balls with Zajc and Behrami: the first sows panic in the Friuli area by kicking out incredibly once in front of the goalkeeper, the second instead hits an incredible post after a splendid choral action. At the triple whistle the result no longer changes.

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