Brecia Calcio 3-1 SPAL – Visitors leave with nothing, as Brescia secure 3-1 home win against Ferrara

Massimo Rastelli's squad let the match slip from their hands to Brecia Calcio at Stadio Mario Rigamonti
Brecia Calcio vs. SPAL
Sergio Accardo

Sergio Accardo

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Brecia Calcio eased past SPAL in a 3-1 victory on Saturday at Stadio Mario Rigamonti. With each team arriving on the back of a league defeat, they were both keen to pick up points. Brescia were looking to get back winning ways after losing their last game 4-2 to Empoli while SPAL lost 2-1 in the last match they played against Ascoli. As things stand, Brescia are in 10th place, with 47 points from 35 matches, while SPAL sit in 7th, with 50 points from 35.

Brescia scored first, with Bjarnason finding the net, on 27 minutes to take them into the break 1-0 up.

Brescia continued to apply pressure in the second and were rewarded, thanks to Aye finding the net, 63 minutes in. However, The Little Swallows weren’t lying down and managed to pull back a goal from Gabriel Espeto in the 65th minute. Brescia in turn, then responded, on 79 minutes increasing their lead with an effort from Jagiello and seeing the game end 3-1.

For Brescia, Jagiello, Donnarumma, Pajač and Labojko, came on for Ndoj, Ragusa, Martella and Aye. SPAL replaced Sala, Di Francesco, Floccari, Asencio and Spaltro with Dickmann, Murgia, Paloschi, Segre and Sernicola.

There were bookings for Bjarnason and Cistana from Brescia, and Segre, for SPAL.

Brescia will next travel to Vicenza, while SPAL will face Frosinone at home.

Technical card:
Brecia Calcio: Joronen, Mangraviti, Cistana, Martella (Pajač, min.77), Mateju, Van De Looi, Ndoj (Jagiello, min.69), Bisoli, Ragusa (Donnarumma, min.69), Aye (Labojko, min.80) and Bjarnason
SPAL: Berisha, Tomovic, Caleb Okoli, Sernicola (Spaltro, min.83), Dickmann (Sala, min.46), Esposito, Mora, Segre (Asencio, min.83), Murgia (Di Francesco, min.60), Gabriel Espeto and Paloschi (Floccari, min.60)
Stadium: Stadio Mario Rigamonti
Goals: Bjarnason (1-0, min. 27), Aye (2-0, min. 63), Gabriel Espeto (2-1, min. 65) and Jagiello (3-1, min. 79)

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