An increasingly Spanish Roma achieved their second consecutive win against Benevento, which scared the Olympian much more than what the scoreboard says. Those of Pippo Inzaghi made it clear right away that they were going to make the night very difficult for their rivals. After less than five minutes, a shot from outside the Caprari area hit Ibáñez and slipped into Mirante’s goal.. The Romanisti were slow to react, but in the last quarter of an hour before the break they turned the score around.

Pedro put the tables finishing with his precise left foot a great team play (it was his second in a row), and shortly after a long pass from Mirante put together a lethal counterattack, in which Mkhitaryan gave Dzeko the 2-1 ball. Before the break, the same Armenian also signed 3-1, which nevertheless annulled the VAR for an offside.

In the second part, the campanos again gave a scare. After a bad check, Veretout knocked Ionita down in the area. Lapadula missed the maximum penalty, but was ready to take advantage of the rejection and made it 2-2. ANDn the most difficult moment for the giallorossi Pedro reappeared, who quickly faced the rival goalkeeper, Montipó, and forced a decisive maximum penalty. It was launched by Veretout himself, who did not miss the opportunity.

From there the confrontation went downhill for the Romanisti, in which the Spanish continued to shine.. Villar, with a great vertical pass for Mkhitaryan, led to the 4-2 made by Dzeko, and Carles Pérez completed the hand with an exceptional play, getting rid of a rival half defense and finishing with a powerful low left foot from the edge of the area. Too there was time for the premiere of Borja Mayoral, who played his first minutes in the green as giallorosso. Several good news came for Paulo Fonseca, who strengthens his position in the face of rumors about Allegri, which never ended.


Roberto Insigne (45′, Iago), Gonzalo villar (72 ‘, Veretout), Bruno Peres (72′, Davide), Riccardo Improta (74′, Dabo), Carles perez (77′, Pedro), Marash Kumbulla (77 ‘, Ibañez), Or (81 ‘, Gianluca Lapadula), Hetemaj (81 ‘, Schiattarella), Mayoral (84′, Dzeko), May (85 ‘, Daam Foulon)


0-1, 4′: Caprari, 1-1, 30′: Pedro, 2-1, 34′: Dzeko, 2-2, 54′: Gianluca Lapadula, 3-2, 68′: Veretout, 4-2, 76′: Dzeko, 5-2, 88′: Carles perez


Referee: Giovanni Ayroldi
VAR referee: Paolo Silvio Mazzoleni
Ibanez (32 ‘, Yellow) Veretout (52 ‘, Yellow) Davide (64 ‘, Yellow) Daam Foulon (81 ‘, Yellow

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