Sassuolo, with its third consecutive game scoring four goals, this Sunday attacked the second solo place in Serie A, two points behind the leader Milan, by coming back from a 3-1 adverse and by winning 4-3 in the derby against the Bologna.
The match seemed to be over at the hour of play, when a serious defensive failure by Sassuolo led to Bologna 3-1, but three goals scored in the space of thirteen minutes, between ’64 and ’77, they changed the history of the Renato Dall’Ara stadium duel.
With an attractive, technical and vertical football, Sassuolo achieved their third success in a row and is second alone, ahead of colossi such as Juventus or Inter Milan, and only two points from a Milan that won its four games.
Roberto Soriano, a pass from Argentine Rodrigo Palacio, Swede Mattias Svansberg and Riccardo Orsolini gave Bologna a 3-1 advantage, but the reaction of Sassuolo, who had scored a momentary 1-1 with Domenico Berardi, was overwhelming.
Serbian Filip Djuricic, Francesco Caputo, who has 17 goals in 2020, and an own goal by Japanese Takehiro Tomiyasu turned the scoreboard and they launched Sassuolo from coach Roberto De Zerbi.
Only Atalanta, with fourteen goals, has scored more than Sassuolo at this start to the Italian season.
Maxime lopez (60′, Hamed Junior Traore), Giacomo Raspadori (60′, Bourabia), Kaan Ayhan (60 ‘, Mert Müldür), M’baye (64 ‘, De Silvestri), Nicolas Dominguez (64 ‘, Mathas Svanberg), Sansone (75′, Musa Barrow), Federico Santander (75′, Palacio), Obiang (80 ‘, Djuricic), Federico Peluso (90 ‘, Gianmarco Ferrari)
1-0, 8′: Soriano, 1-1, 17′: Domenico Berardi, 2-1, 38′: Mathas Svanberg, 3-1, 59′: Riccardo Orsolini, 3-2, 63′: Djuricic, 3-3, 69′: Francesco Caputo, 3-4, 76′: Takehiro Tomiyasu
Referee: Daniele Doveri
VAR referee: Aleandro Di Paolo
Mathas Svanberg (34 ‘, Yellow) M’baye (72 ‘, Yellow) Manuel Locatelli (72 ‘, Yellow