We love football, it’s a rain of goals
The first day of the third edition of We Love Football was a concentration of emotions. Winning debut for Palmeiras, Bologna, Atalanta and B Italia. And the Genk surprises Juventus
BOLOGNA: Ruggiu, Cavina, Panariello, Obaretin, Vanzo, Marenco, Biondelli, Mantovani, Dimitrijevic, Bovo, D’Errico. A disp.: Grimandi, Lami, Caprino, Cinelli, Luccarini, Nico, Spinella. All.: Francesco Morara
EVERTON: Rose, Capps, Small, Welch, Hagan, Butterfield, Preidt, Dobbin, Price, Ferguson, Coppack. A disp.: Whitaker, Mclachlan, Jones, Clarcke, Campbell. All.: Lewis Nightingale
Goals: 28′ pt Marenco (B), 5′ st Dobbin (E), 19′ st Mantovani (B), 24′ st Lami (B)
A beautiful Bologna has not left Everton escape. The rossoblù of Morara have made a good match, three goals and a nice game to watch. The result was a pleasant match, especially in the second half of 3 goals. In the first half came the advantage of Marenco who made the rossoblù cheer. At the beginning resumed Dobbin (best in the field along with Spinella of Bologna, decisive with his flashes on the wing) for the illusory 1-1. Colled the same, the strength of the Bolognese came out in an irrepressible manner. First Mantovani for 2-1, then Lami has closed the accounts for the final 3-1 home. There could not be a first improvement for Bologna.
Inter-Lokomotiva Zagabria 4-1 (lokomotiva o lokomotive?)
INTER: Magri, Chierichetti, Pozzi, Peruchetti R., Uccellini, Gasparini, Paccagnan, Fabbian, Pezzini, Pucci, La Torre. A disp.: Priori, Lonati, Peruchetti L., De Milato, Branzini, Sabia, Politi. All.: Paolo Annoni
LOKOMOTIVA ZAGABRIA: Vincelj, Cabrajic, Maric, Vujnovic, Kruslin, Speljak, Simic, Islic, Capan, Vranjesevic, Matijevic. A disp.: Smakaj, Kacavenda, Milicic, Karkovic, Brajkovic, Capan, Stojkovic. All.: Zeljco Dacer
Goals: 9′ La Torre (I), 20′ Fabbian (I), 10′ st La Torre (I), 23′ st Politi (I), 31′ st Speljak (L)
Two goals on time allowed Inter to win the game that marked the beginning of the We Love Football adventure. The Nerazzurri were overflowing throughout the match. Zagreb tried to resist the Italian team, but there was nothing to do. Nice game, lots of interesting storylines and a player like La Torre able to make the difference and put a double in the opponent’s goal. In the first half La Torre unlocked it, imitated eleven minutes later by Fabbian. In the second half, La Torre (best in the field) and then Politi rounded off the result, while for the Slavs he scored Speljak in the recovery with a tap-in from a few steps.
B Italia-Shonan Bellmare 3-0
B ITALIA: Milan, Turicchia, Vaglica, Casadei, Zaghini, Moracchioli, Belluomini, Pietra, Pescicolo, Logrieco, Totaro. A disp.: Lucatelli, Cellamare, Simonetto, Palmentieri, Degli Innocenti, Ferrari, Capasso, Grechi. All.: Massimo Piscedda
SHONAN BELLMARE: Odagiri, Ishikawa, Asano, Iwanaga, Takahashi, Inui, Imamichi, Inoue, Saito, Saliou Diop, Kasai. A disp.: Yano, Goto, Murakami, Ohta, Yamada, Noda, Sasaki, Nobuta, Matsuoka, Kawai. All.: Nakamaru
Goals: 12′ Belluomini (B), 20′ Vaglica (B), 10′ st Totaro (B)
The debut of the Japanese team of Shonan Bellmare was not lucky. The boys of Nakamaru slammed against the strength of B Italy. The azzurrini have imposed with a dry 3-0 that has not left escape for the guests. Race practically closed after 20 minutes with the goals of Belluomini and Vaglica. In the second half Totaro has signed the trio.
FLAMENGO: Esmeiro Candido, Thomas De Souza, Damasceno Dos Santos, Brum, Santos Pereira Dias Sacramento, Dos Santos Lopes Da Silva, De Oliveira Batista, Campos Botelho Nazareth, Emanuel Ataide de Araujo, Luka Cordeiro de Souza, Da Cruz Oliveira. A disp.: Jectan Lira Da Costa, Gibaldi Ribeiro, Firmino Dos Santos, Rodrigo Felix Laurentino, Gomes Silva, De Almeida Rego, Da Silva Checa. All.: Mario Jorge Dos Santos Silva
ROMA: Berti, Anticoli, Bruno, Diaby, Dicorato, Evangelisti, Koffi, Nobile, Piccolelli, Rossi, Tueto Fotso. A disp.: Cantarelli, Ludovici, Mancino, Poverini, Pagano, Rocchetti, Scarno, Scandurra, Sigismondo. All.: Mauro Fattori
Goals: 1′ st Campos Botelho Nazareth (F), 26′ st Rossi (R)
On the opening day, the only match to finish in a tie was between Flamengo and Roma. A pleasant meeting, with flashes of good football between the two teams that have different game philosophies. The carioca are more spectacular, while the Italians have paid more attention to the problem. Only by coincidence, the first half ended in white nets. At the beginning of the restart Campos Botelho Nazareth has unblocked who took the Giallorossi defense by surprise. The Brazilians have failed to double, then the capitolini have grown and Rossi has set the score on 1-1. The first X of this third edition is served. There could have been more goals, but football is also this.
GENK: Aerts, Van Gorp, El Taibi, Beerten, Rommens, Dwomoh, Gosselain, Swerts, Krawcyk, Oyen, Radi. A disp.: Abid, Guler, Geboers, Goosens, Dierckx, Chambaere, Stevens. All.: Peter Reynders
JUVENTUS: Oliveto, Mulazzi, Mauro, Salducco, Giorgi, Pisapia, Petronelli, Fiumanò, Giorcelli, Lofrano, Ferraris. A disp.: Carotenuto, saio, Bonetti, Bevilacqua, Rastrelli, Savona. All.: Riccardo Bovo
Goals: 4′ st Krawczyck (G), 10′ st Bonetti (J), 22′ st Dierckx (G), 25′ st Krawczyck (G)
It is probably the most surprising result of the first day. The Genk, however, is a club that is growing at all levels and is able to send in the field always competitive formations. The Belgians managed to beat Torino’s bianconeri in a comeback. After a first fraction in balance, at the beginning of recovery comes in Krawczyck’s goal, good to weaken the resistance of Oliveto. Juve reacts and thinks Bonetti to stamp the 1-1. Here the race becomes increasingly fought, and it is the Belgians who find the way to victory. The new advantage is Dierckx. Shortly after Krawczyck closed the race by signing his personal double.
PALMEIRAS: Martins, Alves Dos Santos, Da Silva Valerio, Francisco Dos Santos, De Barros, Dos Anjos, Santana, Do Nascimento Silva, Rodrigues, Maciel, Furtado Gondim. A disp.: Rosa, Santos Filho, Rodrigues Santos, Freitas, Ricardo Dos Santos, Silva, Miranda. All.: Luca Pereira De Andrade
SASSUOLO: Zacchi, De Toffol, Lazzaretti, Barbetta, Giordano, Mata, Ferrara, Casolari, Iodice, Xhuvelaj, Nacciaretti. A disp.: Bruno, Cehu, Arcopinto, Lombardo, De Battisti, Grillenzoni, Barbieri. All.: Francesco Turrini
Goals: 9′ Mata (S), 11′ Rodrigues (P), 14′ Da Silva Valerio (P), 8′ st Casolari(S), 18′ Rodrigues (P)
One of the most beautiful meetings of all time. Five networks and a lot of spectacle. At the end the Palmeiras came up for 3-2, Sassuolo went ko. The ceramic training had gone ahead with Mata, but then within 3 minutes Rodrigues and Da Silva thought to overturn the score with which he went to the interval. In the second half Casolari made the 2-2, before Rodrigues put the final 3-2 carioca.
AJAX: Van den Heuvel, Rensch, Dakriet, Misidjan, Regeer, Campagne, Yah Gibson, Karahasanovic, Braspenning, Hoogerwerf, Bonnah. A disp.: De Graaff, Oostwoud, Enem Jay, Markelo, Achemlal, Quaedvlieg, Camara, Mukeh. All.: Nordin Sibadich, Wooter
SAMPDORIA: Rossi, Campaner, Chiarlone, Fontanarosa, Migliardi, Marra, Canovi, Dolcini, Paoletti, Donato, Peidicillo. A disp.: Ravera, Tommasi, Chiodi, Mozzati, Fabbrucci, Malagrida, Riccio, Sanguineti, Spagnulo. All.: Massimo Augusto
Goals: 3′ e 9′ Braspenning (A), 1′ st Bonnah (A), 22′ st Markelo (A)
Two beautiful reality compared. One of the best Italian schools, against the philosophy of total Dutch football. That Ajax that churns out talents every year. A game more or less without history. After nine minutes the tulips were already ahead of two goals thanks to the skill of Braspenning able to throw the ball behind Rossi twice. When you start this way, then it becomes difficult to get back into the game. Samp fought but did not find that episode that could call into question the script seen so far. Sixty seconds after the interval Bonnah made three of a kind. Markelo scored it 4-0. Net as much as deserved victory. Super Ajax also out of the field. Players in these tournament days, in their free time, will study with their usual school teachers.
Montreal Impact-Atalanta 0-1
MONTREAL IMPACT: Assi, Binate, Bourassa, Catavolo, Eullaffroy, Ferdinand, Giraldo Ortiz, Hmida, Kane, Mayati, Spinola. A disp.: Banfi M., Banfi S., Bisson, Colici, Djellab, Joseph. All.: Serge Dinkota
ATALANTA: Sassi, Grassi, Toccafondi, Bonfanti, Giovane, Oliveri, Perego, Testa, Berto, De Nipoti, Rosa. A disp.: Rodegari, Scalvini, Ceresoli, Mehic D., Mehic A., Lozza, Moraschi. All.: Andrea Di Cintio
Goals: 21′ Rosa (A)
It was enough the minimum effort all’Atalanta to win the first three points of this edition 2018. The Bergamo have bent 1-0 the Montreal patron rossoblù Joey Saputo the first participation in the land of Bologna. A network of Rosa scored in the first half, has tipped the scales on the side of the Lombards. Disadvantaged, the Canadians have tried hard to equalize, but there was no way to do it. First victory atalantina and debut with empty hands for the Americans.
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GIRONE A punti g.f. g.s.
Inter 3 4 1
Bologna 3 3 1
Everton 0 1 3
Zagabria 0 1 4
B Italia 3 3 0
Flamengo 1 1 1
Roma 1 1 1
Bellmare 0 0 3
Genk 3 3 1
Palmeiras 3 3 2
Sassuolo 0 2 3
Juventus 0 1 3
Ajax 3 4 0
Atalanta 3 1 0
Impact 0 0 1
Sampdoria 0 0 4