ASS 1 – Bologna 2: The Greyhounds get valuable away win at Stadio Brianteo
Bologna strolled past AC Monza with a 2-1 win on Monday at Stadio Brianteo. ASS were looking to get back to winning ways after losing their last match 4-1 to AC Milan. Bologna were looking to extend their winning run after a 2-0 victory against Lecce. ASS and Bologna sit 15th, (10 points) and 12th, (13 points), in the league respectively, after 12 matches.
After an uneventful first half, ASS took the initiative in the second half, when Andrea Petagna found the net in the 57th minute. However, they were unable to maintain their lead, Lewis Ferguson managing to equalize, 60 minutes in 1-1. Bologna then netted once more and turned the match thanks to a goal from Riccardo Orsolini on the 73 minute mark to give a final score of 2-1.
Substitutions for ASS included Gianluca Caprari, Patrick Ciurria, Warren Bondo, Chris Gytkjaer and Mattia Valoti for Filippo Ranocchia, Marco D`Alessandro, Stefano Sensi, Andrea Petagna and Matteo Pessina, respectively. Bologna replaced Riccardo Orsolini, Nikola Moro, Roberto Soriano, Nicola Sansone and Babis Lykogiannis with Michel Aebischer, Gary Medel, Joshua Zirkzee, Musa Barrow and Andrea Cambiaso.
There were bookings for Marlon, Stefano Sensi, Nicolo Rovella and Marco D`Alessandro from ASS. For Bologna, Michel Aebischer and Gary Medel saw yellow.
|AC Monza:||Michele Di Gregorio, Marlon, Carlos Augusto, Giulio Donati, Samuele Birindelli, Stefano Sensi (Warren Bondo, min.67), Nicolo Rovella, Marco D`Alessandro (Patrick Ciurria, min.67), Matteo Pessina (Mattia Valoti, min.80), Filippo Ranocchia (Gianluca Caprari, min.46) and Andrea Petagna (Chris Gytkjaer, min.79)|
|Bologna:||Lukasz Skorupski, Stefan Posch, Adama Soumaoro, Jhon Lucumi, Andrea Cambiaso (Babis Lykogiannis, min.90), Michel Aebischer (Riccardo Orsolini, min.62), Gary Medel (Nikola Moro, min.63), Nicolas Dominguez, Lewis Ferguson, Musa Barrow (Nicola Sansone, min.90) and Joshua Zirkzee (Roberto Soriano, min.75)|
|Goals:||Andrea Petagna (1-0, min. 57), Lewis Ferguson (1-1, min. 60) and Riccardo Orsolini (1-2, min. 73)|