It was a strange football weekend on the Italian peninsula. after acting football At various European competitions, the vast majority of boys seemed to be tired or dizzy. But one way or another, all of them managed to survive and escape with a meager victory … Expect Juventus, of course (We will get it soon). So let’s review the action from the Serie A weekend in our tops and flops from Round 6.
Let’s start by addressing the elephant in the room. VAR tech messed up this week. After snatching a dramatic last-minute win against Salernitana, Arkadiusz Milik sent Allianz Stadium into a frenzy.
However, the men in the darkroom decided to take center stage, asking the match official to review the goal, culminating in a perfectly legal goal being denied.
Whether or not Leonardo Bonucci intervened in the play remains a matter of debate, but in any case, the defender played alongside Antonio Candreva who neither the VAR nor the referee noticed.
While this technology was originally introduced to remove doubt and settle contentious discussions, nowadays the guys in the VAT room decide to step in in situations where their favors are unjustified, which destroys the magic of the beautiful game.
Best player: Paulo Dybala
Speaking of magic, I thank the football gods for Paulo Dybala. New Jersey, new team number, same age jewel.
While Roma didn’t look completely inspiring during their Tuscan trip to Empoli, the Argentine put Jose Mourinho’s men back on the winning slate, first by scoring as the all-time top scorer for a goal, then providing a superb pass to winner Tammy Abraham.
Top (goalkeeper): Samir Handanovic
If Dybala leads Roma to victory with his superb touch, Samir Handanovic grabbed Inter on his broad shoulders, and made a large number of amazing saves to protect his team from the Torino attack.
At the end of the day, Marcelo Brozovic became the city’s elite at Appiano Gentile thanks to the late winner, but without their long-time leader, Nerazzurri He didn’t have a chance.
The flop (player): Igor Julio
Igor Julio is currently considered one of the best young defenders in Serie A, and before viola A trip to Bologna in the sixth round, he was even linked with a January move to Juventus – which seems to be a bonus for anyone who does well at Fiorentina.
Unfortunately for the Brazilian, a once-promising weekend turned out after Renato Dallara’s horror show. At first he committed a key howl that tied the hosts, before eliminating his team by picking up a second, avoidable yellow card.
Top (coach): Luca Vigiani
After Sinisa Mihajlovic was sacked, Bologna appointed Luca Vigiani as interim coach for the weekend’s match against Fiorentina, and the retired goalkeeper made the account, by leading blue red For an unforgettable victory comes from behind, which later ended the team’s passive race.
Thiago Motta’s contract has already been signed and sealed, and therefore, he will be in charge at the end of next week. However, Vigiani was a solitary outing, and he made it important.
The flop (team): Verona
This weekend, Lazio was by no means exciting. Maurizio Sarri’s men created little else during the first half, before showing signs of improvement after the break.
Until now Biancocelesti She didn’t need to be anywhere near her best for a comfortable win over the never-present Verona at the Stadio Olimpico. Gabriele Cioffi’s men did not test Ivan Provedel with a single attempt on goal.
It is clear that the departure of Giovanni Simeone, Gianluca Capari and Antonin Barak had an impact on me yellow and blue.
Top (team): Udinese
Don’t look now, but Udinese is fourth in the top four after round six, and with one of the best goal difference in Serie A, Riccardo Sutil’s work has been really great so far.
It is now certain that Ruan Tressoldi made life difficult for Sassuolo by leaving his teammates at a numerically disadvantaged position for a full half, but Zebrite They were relentless in their attempts to turn the score upside down, and eventually managed to do so even if they took it until the final moments of the match.