Italian League: A rain of goals between Rimini and Juventus. Perugia and Cesena win

Perugia’s blow in the big match against Paolo Mazza: The first success of the season for Baldini’s team comes with a comeback (2-1) in the match between two teams relegated from Serie B, both registered in the struggle for promotion. SPAL took the lead initially with a header from a corner kick by Nahuel Valentini that took time for Vuldic. However, Perugia actually turned it around before the end of the first half, equalizing through Iannone and going past the first goal in the new shirt of Federico Vázquez (the second Argentine to score in the match). After the break, the offensive attempts of Antenucci and his teammates did not reach their destination, and the result did not change.

Others in group B

Among the big teams, Cesena also smiles for the first time when he passes to Pontedera (3-1): right in front with the Sabres, Memo Toscano’s side in the second half joined Benedetti – schemed from a short corner, the defense is asleep – but then things stretched out Towards the end with a deadly double restart, first by Ogunsi after a pass from Berti and then, at the end of stoppage time, with a pass from Kargbo on goal by Christian Shebandi (both returning from their commitments with their national teams). The next Juventus team falls in Rimini after a goal celebration (4-3), two defeats in two games played: the Bianconeri youngsters throw themselves away, leading three times – the third with a wonderful goal from Toricia Blue – and achieving three times, until captain Gigli scored the second goal in a row after Sassari’s goal. Rimini has not won at home since December 10. Ancona smiled after their victory over Benito in del Conero (1-0): Pele’s goal in half an hour was created by Spagnoli, and in the final siege the Abruzzo team came close to a draw with Shaker. Tomorrow (Saturday 16 September) all the other players will be on the field, and our eyes are on Pescara-Arezzo and the Entella-Sestri Levante derby.

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Group A

If Juve eat their hands, Atalanta U23s will instead celebrate when they record their historic first Serie A win at the Stadio Caravaggio – their home ground all season. The Nerazzurri of Modesto beat Gianna 3-2, a game split in the first half by the Etaling team. stent; Malamo’s hat-trick after Menotti shortened it, Gianna closed the distance again with Verdi, but without reaching the equalizer. The Trestina-Pro Vercelli match features in Saturday’s programme, which will be played at Fontanafredda (Pordenone Stadium) due to maintenance work at the Nereo Rocco Park.

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