Udinese snatched all three points from Spezia Calcio in a 1-0 victory on Sunday, at Dino Manuzzi. Spezia arrived at the game looking pick up points after losing their last game 6-1 to Lazio. Udinese, on the other hand, were looking to extend their winning run after a 3-0 victory against Venezia. After today’s result, Spezia are in 17th place, with 1 point from 3 matches, while Udinese sit in 3rd, with 7 points from 3.
Following a goalless first half, Udinese continued to apply pressure in the second and were rewarded, with a goal from Lazar Samardzic just before the final whistle, which sealed the victory for the visitors.
For Spezia, Daniele Verde, Kevin Agudelo, Mehdi Bourabia, Eddie Salcedo and Arkadiusz Reca, came on for Ebrima Colley, Viktor Kovalenko, Jacopo Sala, Emmanuel Gyasi and Simone Bastoni. Udinese brought on Jean-Victor Makengo, Beto, Lazar Samardzic, Mato Jajalo and Brandon Soppy, to replace Walace, Ignacio Pussetto, Gerard Deulofeu, Tolgay Arslan and Nahuel Molina.
There were bookings for Dimitrios Nikolaou from Spezia. For Udinese, Ignacio Pussetto and Tolgay Arslan saw yellow.
Spezia will next travel to Venezia, while Udinese will face Napoli at home.
|Spezia Calcio:||Jeroen Zoet, Jacopo Sala (Mehdi Bourabia, min.70), Dimitrios Nikolaou, Petko Hristov, Salva Ferrer, Simone Bastoni (Arkadiusz Reca, min.86), Giulio Maggiore, Viktor Kovalenko (Kevin Agudelo, min.62), Janis Antiste, Emmanuel Gyasi (Eddie Salcedo, min.86) and Ebrima Colley (Daniele Verde, min.62)|
|Udinese:||Marco Silvestri, Rodrigo Becao, Bram Nuytinck, Samir, Nahuel Molina (Brandon Soppy, min.87), Tolgay Arslan (Mato Jajalo, min.87), Walace (Jean-Victor Makengo, min.63), Roberto Pereyra, Jens Stryger Larsen, Ignacio Pussetto (Beto, min.63) and Gerard Deulofeu (Lazar Samardzic, min.81)|
|Goals:||Lazar Samardzic (0-1, min. 89)|