Bologna 1-0 Lazio : Biancocelesti beaten at Dall’Ara

Last Updated on 04/11/2023 by

Because Lewis Ferguson scored for Bologna shortly after the game resumed, Bologna was able to move up one spot in the table and defeat Lazio.

Taty Castellanos’ header on Manuel Lazzari’s cross hit the top of the crossbar in the opening minutes of the game, but it wouldn’t have counted since the referee blew for a shove on his defender at the same time. Taty Castellanos.

Bologna vs Lazio

The towering header that Alessio Romagnoli attempted was directed straight at Lukasz Skorupski. After that, Luis Alberto hit the frame of the goal right from the corner flag, and Castellanos fired the rebound over the crossbar.

Before the break, Joshua Zirkzee was put in potentially dangerous situations on two separate occasions, but he was unable to keep his finishes on target for Bologna.

After the ball was kicked back into play, it took only a few seconds for Bologna to take the lead. Zirkzee’s through pass from the outside of the box set up Lewis Ferguson, who finished with the inside of his foot. This allowed him to tie Denis Law’s record of 10 Serie A goals scored by a Scottish player, which Law had set while playing for Torino in the 1961–1962 season.

Castellanos’ demands for a penalty kick were denied after he and Alexis Saelemaekers both kicked the bouncing ball, which led to Adam Marusic being taken out of the game with an ankle injury.

Riccardo Orsolini was pulled down on the outside of the box, and the subsequent free kick that he took was deflected high into the air. At the same time, Mateo Guendouzi combined with Felipe Anderson, but his pull-back was intercepted within the six-yard box.

Zirkzee was given a standing ovation by the audience, not so much for his offensive performance, but rather for the tireless work he put in on defense.


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