ROME – Bologna overtake Spal in the Emilian derby and return to winning after three rounds of abstinence. At the Paolo Mazza stadium he ends 3-1 for the rossoblù, thanks to the goals of Barrow and Poli as well as the Vicari's own goal, which make Petagna's initial advantage vain. Mihajlovic's team rises to 27 points in the standings , while Semplici's team remains momentarily third to 15, without being able to give continuity to Bergamo's great success with Atalanta.
The race is a lot of fun, with the two teams playing it face-up without sparing anything. Santander immediately scares the hosts, on the other hand Missiroli is the one who makes the rossoblùs tremble with a big blow from outside. At 23 'the race is unlocked: Paz holds Di Francesco in the Bologna area, Fabbri sees nothing but after the on field review assigns the penalty to the biancocelesti. Petagna is not wrong and displaces Skorupski for the 1-0. Barely a minute passes and Mihajlovic's team draws: Soriano is wedged in the area and unfortunately his shot is deflected by Vicari, who beats his goalkeeper. The match could completely overturn in the 27th minute, when Fabbri awarded Bologna a penalty for an alleged foul by Berisha on Santander, but it is obviously a mistake by the referee and the Var helps him not to confirm it.
Tomiyasu saves the rossoblù in the first half final on the Reca pitch, then in the second half the men of Mihajlovic take the race in hand and direct it on their tracks. At 59 'Barrow, just entered, realizes a super goal for 1-2, while at 63' the split of Poli on Soriano's low cross is worth the trio of Bologna that splits the game. Spal proudly tries to stay afloat, but the Biancocelesti can't find the right episode to rekindle their hopes. Before the triple whistle the result no longer changes. (source AGI)
Source: Blitz Quotidiano