First half all from the grenade brand with the advantage of Sanabria from the penalty spot in the 41st minute. Grigiorossi superior in the second half, with Tsadjout equalizing in the 54th minute and Valeri overtaking in the 74th minute. Singo makes up for it in the 79th minute
The 23rd day of A ends with the spectacular 2-2 between Turin and Cremonese. The Grigiorossi resisted for 41′, then the penalty from Sanabria which crowned a first half entirely from the Granata brand. However, another Cremo returned from the changing rooms, with Felix for Meité: the equalizer came in the 54th minute with the first – beautiful – goal in Serie A by Tsadjout. Valeri’s great bolt of left foot in the 71st minute deceives Ballardini’s team, still without success in the championship, but after 5′ Singo equalizes. And next Tuesday there is the Juve-Toro derby.
First chills in the 15th minute: great control by Sanabria who enters the area, Carnesecchi saves himself with his foot. On the developments the ball ends up in Karamoh who shoots up a little from close range. It is played only in the Cremonese half of the pitch, with Toro shooting several times, without however worrying the visiting goalkeeper too much. Little or nothing happens until the 41st minute, when Sernicola knocks Ilic down in the area. Penalty that Sanabria coldly transforms, returning to score at the Olimpico after 13 months. Ballardini opens the second half with Felix replacing Meité and Cremo changes her attitude, much more offensive. And indeed in the 54th minute the equalizer arrived, with a splendid first intention shot by Tsadjout which slammed into the post to the left of Milinkovic before slipping into the net. Overtaking in the 74th minute: great left footed by Valeri under the crossbar on which the grenade goalkeeper can do nothing. 5′ go by and Toro equalizes: Miranchuk serves Singo in the area, dribbles to return and ball into the net. It ends 2-2.
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February 20, 2023 (change February 20, 2023 | 22:47)
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