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The bianconeri had dominated the first half by finding the goal with the Argentine. In the second half the Giallorossi grow and catch the equalizer in the 94th minute on a penalty kick
March 13 – udine
A bad Roma is saved only in extremis with a penalty kick from Pellegrini at 49 ‘of the second half, thus retaining fifth place (in cohabitation with Atalanta) and extending the streak in the league to eight consecutive useful results. The draw, however, is too rich a prize for Mourinho’s team (who finished with five strikers plus Pellegrini), who never found danger and balance. On the other hand, however, Cioffi has to regret it, for a match played well in the first half (advantage of Molina and double wood in the same action) and controlled in the second half, where however the bianconeri pay for having failed the shot of the ko
Cioffi prefers Jajalo to Arslan in the control room and still relies on the young Udogie, Mourinho instead relaunches Zalewski from the left and sends both warned players, Zaniolo and Pellegrini, without worrying about next Sunday’s derby. On the one hand Walace is missing due to disqualification, on the other Mkhitaryan and Kumbulla. The match is practically always Udinese, especially in its right wing, where the mobile triangle made up of Molina-Pereyra-Deloufeu sparks from the beginning to the end of the first half. From that start, then, Zalewski is always in pain and Ibanez does not have the current solidity of Kumbulla. So Udinese rages on that band, often going inside and creating dangers after dangers. A touch below Pereyra ends up by a whisker out, then it is Molina who engages Rui Patricio from the outside. In the middle the only acute Giallorossi, a restart among other things badly wasted on the side by Abraham. Then Udinese passes (15 ‘) on the development of a corner kick on which Molina is guilty left alone, with the Argentine who bags from outside to round. Not even the disadvantage shakes the Giallorossi, with Molina and Deloufeu who on the right continue to give Zalewski and Ibanez a headache. Deloufeu is then booked for simulation, while Makengo (38 ‘) goes very close to 2-0, with the shot from the edge that ends first on the crossbar and then on the post (after hitting the back of a now beaten Rui Patricio) and Mancini who saves on Beto retorted with an empty net. We go to the locker rooms, with a very ugly Roma and a sparkling Udinese.
Too much waste
Mourinho’s move is El Shaarawy for Oliveira, yet another substitution that knows so much about half-rejection. Roma thus passes to 3-4-3, but to go close to scoring in the 10th minute is still Udinese and again with Makengo, who penetrates the area and kicks in a whisker to the right of Ru Patricio. Then Pereyra tries in vain, Deloufeu works balls on balls across the board and on the right the Friulians continue to break through when they want. In short, the score seems the same as in the first 45 minutes of play, with Mourinho’s team long and without ideas and balance. At 20 ‘then out Zalewski and Abraham, inside Felix (immediately dangerous, flat on the edge of just outside) and Shomurodov. Then Veretout also goes inside, Cristante becomes dangerous with his head on a corner kick, but the impression more generally is that the Giallorossi’s is just a bad day. At 30 ‘, however, the ball to equalize arrives, but Marì saves twice in the fray (on Felix and Pellegrini), with the Giallorossi ready to cheer for the possible equal. In the final assault Roma even draws a sort of 4-2-1-3, with Mancini right back and El Shaarawy dancing between the role of left-back and that of full-fledged winger. In short, an ultra-aggressive team, which even closes with five forwards (plus Pellegrini) all on the pitch at the same time, given that at 39 ‘Perez takes over from Mancini (with the Spaniard and Elsha playing full-backs until the end). So to touch the 2-0 in the final is Udinese twice, with Rui Patricio good first on Pussetto and then on Samardzic. At 46 ‘the last Giallorossi assault was the decisive one, however: handball by Zeegelaar and penalty by Pellegrini. The final draw rewards Roma too much and leaves a bad taste in the mouth of a Udinese that would have deserved the victory, but which has wasted too many times the blow of the knockout.
March 13, 2022 (change March 13, 2022 | 20:15)
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