TURIN – Spal's hit on the field of a Turin who committed suicide alone. The grenades had taken the lead after just four minutes with Rincon, then they missed some comfortable scoring chances with Berenguer, Belotti and Nkoulou, keeping their opponents in the game, and finally they suffered the comeback of the guests who went to win the match with the markings of Strefezza and Petagna. After Spal's draw, the bull remained in ten for Bremer's expulsion. This numerical superiority allowed the Ferrara team to go on to win the game.
The game had started off great for Mazzarri's team as he had taken the lead with Rincon at the first lunge. The former Juventus midfielder scored by two steps on a free kick struck by Verdi, with an empty intervention by Kurtic. After the 1-0, Torino had several occasions to sign the extension but failed. Berenguer and Belotti were stopped by Berisha's miraculous saves, while Nkoulou was not precise under the net.
The law of football is ruthless, wrong goal, goal immediately. And so it was also in Turin. Spal equalized the accounts with Strefezza, the Bull protested because the guests scored with one of their players on the ground (Ansaldi) but the referee did not stop the game and validated the goal.
In the second half, everything changes after Bremer's expulsion. The Turin defender, who was already admonished, fouled Petagna foully behind the midfield. The referee, quite severely, showed him the red card for a double yellow card.
With Turin in ten men, Spal took confidence and found the goal of victory with a header by Andrea Petagna, the second consecutive goal after the one scored at the Olympic Stadium against Rome, on assists from the ex-Valdifiori grenade. With this victory, Spal has proven to be on the side of his coach so, against all odds, Leonardo Semplici has saved the bench and will be able to eat the panettone.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano