Torino received Bologna this Monday afternoon (6), when the two teams faced each other for the twenty-fifth round of the Italian Championship, in Turin. In the duel, the home team won by 1-0.
The two teams played truncated football, with few opportunities in the attacking field. While Torino tried to look for defensive flaws to progress, Bologna were unable to threaten goalkeeper Milinković-Savić’s goal.
Turin 1 v 0 Bologna
The first opportunity came from the feet of Antonio Sanabria, who tried to benefit from a rebound in the area. However, Skorupski managed to divert the pellet from the target. In the aftermath Miranchuck had his shot cleared by the Polish goalkeeper.
The only goal of the match was achieved in the 22nd minute. After a move made by Sanabria, Yann Karamoh left some markers to confront Skorupski. The Polish archer was unable to avoid the goal. Linetty was still close to extending the advantage to extend the advantage for Torino at 38 ‘, but kicked it out.
The home team returned to the second half more centered and within this perspective, Torino almost extended with Yann Karamoh, who headed it outside in the 50th minute. The move spurred Bologna, who responded with Musa Barrow. The player tested the ball for a good defense by Milinković-Savić.
With the advantage, the home team still tried to score more goals in the final minutes of the game. Orsolini and Radonjic wasted good opportunities. Final score, 1-0.