ROME – We analyze the slow-motion episodes of Rome-Turin, anticipating the 18th day of the Italian Serie A football championship which will close on Epiphany. We start from minute 31, on the result of zero to zero, Dzeko starts behind the midfield line, so he is not offside, he appears in the penalty area of Turin and is knocked down by an opponent. The referee signaled an offside that was not there by denying a penalty to the Giallorossi.
At 47 ', Torino took the lead with a great goal by Belotti but the Giallorossi protested because the Gallo scored after the minute of recovery that had been assigned by the referee. The first fraction of the game should have ended at 46 ', instead it lasted another minute and Belotti scored at 47'.
In the second half, on the result of a zero for Torino, Armando Izzo, who was already admonished, "saved" a cross by Kolarov. The referee awarded the penalty to Roma but did not expel the Torino player. He should have done it, the double admonition was quite evident.
In the final minutes of the match, the referee awarded a penalty to Turin after consulting the var. Smalling dismisses a Belotti shot, then the ball ends on his hand. The referee noticed it thanks to the help of technology, the right decision.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano