Goals and shows: the third edition of “We Love Football” is not disappointing expectations. The Lokomotiva Zagreb makes Bologna out. After Palmeiras and Inter also forward Ajax, Atalanta, Roma, Genk and Flamengo. Tomorrow in Corticella the quarter finals with four games. Two at 10, as many at 11.30.
The last day of qualifying for the third edition of “We Love Football” was staged in Bologna, an international tournament organized by the former Bologna flag Marco Antonio De Marchi and Stefania Tschantret of Oblivion Production. Three beautiful intense days of football and socializing among the 16 teams from eight different nations. Boys who had fun on the fields of Monte San Pietro, Corticella and Castenaso. On the public slopes and many insiders: prosecutors, sports directors and coaches from all over Italy to admire the best of youth football. “We Love Football” is a totalizing experience: a way of experiencing football, during the Holy Week, which marries the beauty of sport and many different cultures ready to join in and out of a green rectangle.
Tomorrow we return to the field for the quarterfinals. The four games will be played on the Corticella fields. It starts at 10 o’clock with Atalanta-Flamengo: the Italian school of one of the best nurseries of the boot, opposite to the class of the most successful club in far away Brazil. At the same time they will face each other Inter and Genk. A surprising pair matured after a group of intense qualification and full of twists. This is also “We Love Football”. An hour and a half later, at 11.30, will go to the field Ajax – Rome and Palmeiras – Lokomotiva Zagreb. Two important quarters, between teams of rank that showed a good football in the past few days.
For some eliminated teams, moreover, the experience of “We Love Football” is not over, because they will be on the stands of the “Renato Dall’Ara” to enjoy the Serie A lunch match between Bologna and Rome. On Sunday, the “Dall’Ara” stadium will host the semi-finals, while on Easter Monday, in the morning (9.30), the women’s tournament final between Inter and Rome will be held. Following will be the finalists of the men’s tournament.
THE CHRONICLE OF THE 3rd DAY
Bologna-Lokomotiva Zagabria 1-1
BOLOGNA: Ruggiu, Cavina, Grimandi, Obaretin, Vanzo, Biondelli, Luccarin, Mantovani, Dimitrijevic, Bovo, Spinella. A disp.: Cinelli, Ballan, Carrettucci, Marenco, Lami, Caprino, D’Errico. All.: Francesco Morara
LOKOMOTIVA ZAGABRIA: Vincelj, Cabrajic, Maric, Vujnovic, Kruslin, Speljak, Simic, Stojkovic, Islic, Vranjesevic, Matijevic. A disp.: Brajkovic, Smakaj, Milicic, Karkovic, Capan, Kacavenda. All.: Zeljco Dacer
Goals: 6′ Vanzo (B), 20′ Islic (L)
Bologna recriminates, Lokomotiva Zagreb celebrates and proceeds towards the quarter-finals. The draw for 1-1 with the Croats in fact eliminates the rossoblù from the third edition of “We Love Football”. The team of Morara, having passed first with a good goal from Vanzo, is joined by captain Islic. On the 1-1 the match becomes more and more beautiful, but the result does not change any more despite the many emotions. La Lokomotiva continues its adventure together with Inter, the other qualified in the group.
EVERTON: Rose, Caps, Small, Welch, Hagan, Butterfield, Whittaker, Dobbin, Price, Ferguson, Jones. A disp.: Mclachlan, Coppack, Preidt, Clarcke, Campbell. All.: Lewis Nightingale
INTER: Magri, Pozzi, Perucchetti R., Uccellini, Paccagnan, La Torre, Perucchetti L., Zanotti, Ballabio, Branzini, Politi. A disp.: Chierichetti, Gasparini, Fabbian, Pezzini, Pucci, Priori, Lonati, De Milato, Sabia. All.: Paolo Annoni
Goals: 13′ La Torre (I), 15′ Dobbin (E)
Everton greets the tournament by snatching an equal at Inter. It ends 1-1 thanks to goals scored in the first half by La Torre, already at 3 in this edition of “We Love football”, and Dobbin, among the best even today after the excellent test with Bologna. Now the team of Paolo Annoni will challenge the Genk (10 o’clock), a quarter-final that is announced fought.
Roma-B Italia 1-1
ROMA: Berti, Anticoli, Bruno, Diaby, Dicorato, Evangelisti, Koffi, Ludovici, Rossi, Scandurra, Tueto Fotso. A disp.: Mancino, Nobile, Marsili, Piccolelli, Rocchetti, Pagano, Sigismondo. All.: Mauro Fattori
B ITALIA: Lucatelli, Turicchia, Vaglica, Zaghini, Moracchioli, Belluomini, Pietra, Logrieco, Totaro, Cellamare, Degli Innocenti. A disp.: Milan, Casadei, Pescicolo, Simonetto, Palmentieri, Ferrari, Capasso, Grechi. All.: Massimo Piscedda
Goals: 13′ st Scandurra su rig. (R), 24′ st Cellamare (B)
The draw gives the qualification of Roma, while the selection of B Italy is eliminated in favor of Flamengo, who overwhelms the Japanese Shonan Bellmare with a 4-0 peremptory and earn the pass for the quarterfinals. After a first half in the net, the Giallorossi Scandurra is reluctant to clear the match. Eleven minutes later he responded to Cellamare, which proved to be useless for B Italy by virtue of Flamengo’s victory. Mister Piscedda was sent off in the final.
Flamengo-Shonan Bellmare 4-0
FLAMENGO: Esmeiro Candido, Thomas De Souza, Damasceno Dos Santos, Brum, Santos Pereira Dias Sacramento, Dos Santos Lopes Da Silva, Campos Botelho Nazareth, Luka Cordeiro de Souza, Da Cruz Oliveira, Firmino dos Santos, De Almeida Rego. A disp.: Jectan Lira Da Costa, De Oliveira Batista, Emanuel Ataide de Araujo, Gibaldi Ribeiro, Rodrigo Felix Laurentino, Gomes Silva, Da Silva Checa. All.: Mario Jorge Dos Santos Silva
SHONAN BELLMARE: Odagiri, Ishikawa, Asano, Yano, Takahashi, Inui, Imamichi, Saito, Noda, Sasaki, Matsuoka. A disp.: Nobuta, Iwanaga, Kasai, Saliou Diop, Yamada, Noda, Kawai. All.: Takayuki Nakamaru
Goals: 13′ Luka Cordeiro de Souza (F), 14′ Luka Cordeiro de Souza (F), 21′ Santos Pereira Dias Sacramento (F), 22′ st De Oliveira Batista (F)
Football is a show, and even in the final match Flamengo has given a lot of scoring 4 goals. A double by Luka Cordeiro de Souza (author of a sensational goal on a free kick), and the single goals of Santos Pereira Dias Sacramento and De Oliveira Batista (in a goal with a splendid shot) have bent the resistance of the Japanese, who leave the tournament. On the street of the carioca there is now Atalanta: the Italian school against the most prestigious one in Brazil. It will be another show.
PALMEIRAS: Martins, Francisco Dos Santos, Dos Anjos, Do Nascimento Silva, Santos Filho, Rodrigues Santos, Furtado Gondim, Freitas, Ricardo Dos Santos, Silva, Miranda. A disp.: Rosa,Alves Dos Santos, Da Silva Valerio, De Barros, Santana, Rodrigues, Maciel. All.: Luca Pereira De Andrade
JUVENTUS: Carotenuto, Mulazzi, Salducco, Lucchesi, Giorgi, Pisapia, Bonetti, Andreano, Petronelli Giorcelli, Ferraris. A disp.: Oliveto, Mauro, Palazzo, Fiumanò, Rastrelli, Lofrano, Savona. All.: Riccardo Bovo
Goals: 2′ st Maciel (P), 20′ st Petronelli (J)
Juventus returned home to win a point at Palmeiras, one of the favorites for the final victory, after a particularly pleasant meeting from the very beginning. At the beginning of the second half the Brazilian Maciel scored, the bianconeri response came with Petronelli. For Palmeiras the next rock to the title is called Lokomotiva Zagreb.
GENK: Stevens, Van Gorp, Et Taibi, Beerten, Rommens, Gosselain, Dwomoh, Krawcyk, Oyen, Radi, Abid. A disp.: Aerts, Chambaere, Swerts, Geboers, Goosens, Dierckx, Guler. All.: Peter Reynders
SASSUOLO: Zacchi, Lazzaretti, Cehu, Ferrara, Arcopinto, Casolari, Iodice, Pecchia, Nacciariti, Xhuvelaj, Palma. A disp.: Bruno, Mata, Giordano, Barbetta, Lombardo, Grillenzoni, Barbieri. All.: Francesco Turrini
Goals: 21′ Oyen (G), 14′ st Krawzcyck (G)
It was a playoff to access the quarterfinals. The Genk won it and scored a goal in time. A remake of what we saw last year in the Europa League of the great, when we faced the first two teams. The Belgians who will face Inter (10 o’clock) in a match much awaited by the experts have popped up.
ATALANTA: Sassi, Testa, Berto, Scalvini, Bonfanti, Rosa, Mehic A., Moraschi, Lozza, Oliveri, Giovane. A disp.: Rodegari, Grassi, Zuccon, Mehic D., De Nipoti, Ceresoli, Perego, Toccafondi. All.: Andrea Di Cintio
SAMPDORIA: Rossi, Campaner, Chiarlone, Fontanarosa, Ravera, Canovi, Dolcini, Paoletti, Donato, Fabbrucci, Pedicillo. A disp.: Migliardi, Tommasi, Marra, Chiodi, Mozzati, Malagrida, Riccio, Sanguineti, Spagnulo. All.: Massimo Augusto
Goals: 18′ Rosa su rig. (A), 3′ st Marra (S), 33′ st Dino Mehic (A), 35′ st Rosa (A)
Victory qualification for Atalanta, who in full recovery scores two goals and sends Sampdoria home. To the network scored on a penalty by Rosa, Marra responds in the second half. Then, when everything seems set for 0-0, in two minutes Dino Mehic and again Rosa break down the blucerchiati. Qualification deserved for the guys of Andrea Di Cintio. The first, beautiful adventure of the doria to “We Love Football” closes instead. However, the blucerchiati have shown on the pitch some very interesting guys who will talk about them in the future.
Montreal Impact-Ajax 1-2
MONTREAL IMPACT: Banfi S., Banfi M., Binate, Bisson, Bourassa, Catavolo, Eullaffroy, Giraldo Ortiz, Kane, Mayati, Spinola. A disp.: Hmida, Ferdinand, Colici, Djellab, Joseph, Mackay, Assi. All.: Serge Dinkota
AJAX: De Graff, Rensch, Oostwoud, Regeer, Karahasanovic, Quaedvlieg, Enem Jay, Hoogerwerf, Bonnah, Camara, Mukeh. A disp.: Van den Heuvel, Campagne, Markelo, Yah Gibson, Misidjan, Dakriet, Achemlal, Braspenning. All.: Nordin Sibadich, Wooter
Goals: 2′ Hoogerwerf (A), 29′ Regeer (A), 26′ st Giraldo Ortiz su rig. (M)
The Ajax, already qualified, does not discount the Montreal Impact. The tulips impose themselves 2-1 on the Canadians and are ready for the quarter-final match against Roma. Nice race and resolved by the goals of Hoogerwerf and Regeer, scored in the first half; in the final the goal of the flag following a penalty by Giraldo Ortiz put an end to the unbeatenness of the Dutch. But it does not matter. Ajax flies to the first-ranked quarters, Montreal returns home. See you at the next edition.
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