|Parma:||Luigi Sepe, Mattia Bani (Dennis Man, min.46), Bruno Alves, Yordan Osorio, Andrea Conti, Jasmin Kurtic (Valentin Mihaila, min.70), Gaston Brugman (Wylan Cyprien, min.55), Riccardo Gagliolo, Juraj Kucka (Hernani, min.82), Gervinho and Andreas Cornelius (Joshua Zirkzee, min.55)|
|Bologna:||Lukasz Skorupski, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Adama Soumaoro, Danilo, Mitchell Dijks, Andreas Olsen (Riccardo Orsolini, min.67), Roberto Soriano, Jerdy Schouten (Andrea Poli, min.88), Mattias Svanberg (Emanuel Vignato, min.66), Nicola Sansone (Nicolas Dominguez, min.67) and Musa Barrow (Rodrigo Palacio, min.82)|
|Stadium:||the Stadio Ennio Tardini|
|Goals:||Musa Barrow (0-1, min. 15), Musa Barrow (0-2, min. 33) and Riccardo Orsolini (0-3, min. 90)|
Bologna delivered a resounding 3-0 victory against Parma on Sunday, at the Stadio Ennio Tardini. Both teams arrived at the match from previous defeats in the league. Parma were looking to get back winning ways, following a previous defeat to Napoli while Bologna were beaten 2-1 in the previous match against AC Milan. As it stands, Parma and Bologna are 19th, (13 points) and 13th, (23 points), in the table respectively, after 21 matches.
Bologna started the game well, with Musa Barrow opening the rout in the 15th minute. Later, Bologna scored again and increased their advantage thanks to another goal from Musa Barrow, scoring his second goal, 33 minutes in. The first half ended 2-0.
Bologna continued to pile on the pressure the second half and were rewarded, with Riccardo Orsolini opening the scoring just before the final whistle to hand victory to the visitors.
For Parma Dennis Man, Joshua Zirkzee, Wylan Cyprien, Valentin Mihaila and Hernani came on for Mattia Bani, Andreas Cornelius, Gaston Brugman, Jasmin Kurtic and Juraj Kucka, while Bologna brought on Emanuel Vignato, Riccardo Orsolini, Nicolas Dominguez, Rodrigo Palacio and Andrea Poli to replace Mattias Svanberg, Andreas Olsen, Nicola Sansone, Musa Barrow and Jerdy Schouten.
There were bookings for Andrea Conti and Riccardo Gagliolo from Parma and Mattias Svanberg for Bologna.