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Serie A 2019/20 - 27^ Giornata - [20/06 - 24/06]

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Saturday 20th June, 2020
Torino vs Parma, 18.30
Hellas Verona vs Cagliari, 20.45

Sunday 21st June, 2020
Atalanta vs Sassuolo, 18.30
Inter Milan vs Sampdoria

Monday 22nd June, 2020
Fiorentina vs Brescia, 18.30
Lecce vs AC Milan, 18.30
Bologna vs Juventus, 20.45

Tuesday 23rd June, 2020
SPAL vs Cagliari, 18.30
Hellas Verona vs Napoli, 18.30
Genoa vs Parma, 20.45
Torino vs Udinese, 20.45

Wednesday 24th June, 2020
Inter Milan vs Sassuolo, 18.30
Atalanta vs Lazio, 20.45
Roma vs Sampdoria, 20.45

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I really hope the bottom 3 remain...would hate to see Torino, Sampdoria, or Genoa relegated. 

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Inter should be winning by 3 or 4 goals. 

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What a goal that was. 

Lukaku with the finish. 

1-0 Inter. 

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What an absolute gem that was, again a complete team goal. 

This one scored by Lutaro. 

2-0 Inter. 

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Atalanta haven't missed a beat. Maybe with their squad being thinner than other clubs, but the Champions League, down to a one off game, isn't a complete fantasy. There just isn't a dull game with them, it's just fun to watch them play.

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Milan playing well. Gabriel keeping Lecce in this game. Lots of counter pressing from the visiting side and making exit tough for Lecce.

I quite like the look of Castillejo.

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What a goal by Milan. Cahanoglu puts in a low cross which finds the feet of Castillejo (speak of the devil). First time tap in.

1-0 and well deserved.

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Mecarriello scores for Lecce but ruled out for offside. 100% wrong decision, as he was completely onside.

VAR check... the goal does not count. Lecce will surely feel robbed at that.

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Is it just me, or was Rebic's goal against Lecce clearly offside?

Rebic has been superb for AC Milan so far this season and he is their leading scorer, but that goal was surely offside.

Check it out at minute 2:48 , it was a lovely run and finish by Rebic, however, he looked in an offside position when the actual pass was made.

 

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4 hours ago, Michael said:

Is it just me, or was Rebic's goal against Lecce clearly offside?

Rebic has been superb for AC Milan so far this season and he is their leading scorer, but that goal was surely offside.

Check it out at minute 2:48 , it was a lovely run and finish by Rebic, however, he looked in an offside position when the actual pass was made.

 

Nope, can't be offside in your own half :)

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Lozano makes it 2-0 to Napoli away at Verona.

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Roma will be hoping for a huge favour from Lazio tonight, and it's a huge match for their Scudetto hopes. Atalanta didn't look like they'd been away against Sassuolo and this is Lazio's first game back. 

Roma have slim Champions League hopes, but once again there is turmoil at board level and déjà vu. Should be comfortable win, if they are serious with any ambition for the rest of the season.

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Sassuolo take a surprise lead at Inter.

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Couldn't see Napoli yesterday but happy Lozano scored. As I said, I think he's going to either do better in season 2 or next season with a different club.

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3-3 at Inter :o 

3 goals since the 81st minute!

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What a horrendous start for Roma. Diawara plays a brilliant throw ball... Unfortunately, it's for Sampdoria and they lead...

Meanwhile, Lazio couldn't have got off to a better start. 2-0 up already away to Atalanta.

Edited by ScoRoss

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Bloody hell. That was a rocket and a half.

Malinovsky ties it up for Atalanta. No stopping that.

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Veretout's equaliser ruled out for a handball... A bit debatable...

But Dzeko at least has Roma level now with half an hour remaining.

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8 minutes ago, Mpache said:

Bloody hell. That was a rocket and a half.

Malinovsky ties it up for Atalanta. No stopping that.

#Thunderbastard

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ATALANTA TURN IT AROUND!!!

3-2

Lazio's title hopes falling.

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This might be the most crucial night of the Serie A title race. Juventus' two main rivals both throw away victories.

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2 minutes ago, ScoRoss said:

This might be the most crucial night of the Serie A title race. Juventus' two main rivals both throw away victories.

It feels like the last 10 years, half of them were won by Juve and the other half were the others bottling it. It's not like it's been outrageously one-sided. We've had some proper races in the last few years.

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3 hours ago, Mpache said:

ATALANTA TURN IT AROUND!!!

3-2

Lazio's title hopes falling.

Atalanta did indeed do excellently to turn this result around, after having been 2 goals down in the first 11 minutes. But Atalanta have proven themselves time and again in Serie A with the fact that they never give up and continue to attack. 

Atalanta's equalising goal from Malinovskiy was a thunderous strike, it was a brilliant goal by him. However, it was shocking goalkeeping and  terrible positioning by Strakosha that lead to Atalanta's third goal from Palomino's header. Atalanta definitely deserved the win though as they dominated most of the game.

This loss does put a dent in Lazio's title hopes, but we have to remember that there are plenty of games left in Serie A for Lazio. Lazio still have 11 Serie A fixtures remaining, so there is plenty of more action ahead. Although one would still think that Juventus's 4 point lead and their experience, still makes them very strong favourites to retain the title.

Edited by Michael

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