Serie A: Arnautovic replaced in Bologna bankruptcy – Football – International

Serie A: Arnautovic replaced in Bologna bankruptcy – Football – International

Austrian Football Association Corps player Marko Arnautovic must admit the defeat by his team Bologna in the 22nd round of the Italian Serie A at the hands of Napoli.

The man of the evening for southern Italians is Mexican Hirving Lozano, who brackets. In the 20th minute, the attacking player perfectly turned the Ruiz-Stangl pass into the lower left corner. The Spaniard, in turn, hit a long-range shot on the post in the 45th minute.

Lozano scored his second goal shortly after the end of the first half: Zelensky found Ruiz with a long ball on the left wing, who sent the ball back to Lozano. The Mexican leaves Skorupski out and shoots into the empty goal (47′).

Five minutes after Arnautovic’s work day ended 2-0: The Viennese were replaced by Falcinelli.

Milan lose

Bologna is 13th with 27 points, while Napoli is third with 46 points and is close to Milan, who lost 2-1 to Spezia Calcio at the same time.

Milan receives a penalty kick in the 45th minute after studying the video. Goalkeeper Spezia Provedel allows a throw in the face that jumps too high with his first contact, and Leao tries to intercept the ball and hits the goalkeeper. After careful examination, referee Serra also decides a penalty kick. Theo Hernandez missed the penalty kick but missed the goal.

But Milan entered the second half with a goal difference thanks to Liao’s goal in the first minute of extra time. Krunic grabs the ball in his own half, passes it to the top with a long ball, and Leao takes defender Provedel to the break.

This equalized Agudelo, who caught Verd Stanglpass in goal in the 64th minute. In the sixth minute of stoppage time, Gyasi scored the visitors’ superb winning goal.

Milan is second with 48 points, two points behind Inter. Rivals in the city, who were crowned the top, played one game less. Spezia is 14 with 22 points.

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