Serie A Round 30 from A to Z

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A for arrest for Roma against Bologna. The Giallorossi now have only two points over Inter – but the Nerazzurri must recover one match #UCL

B for Bonucci who, insulted by Juventus supporters, scored from a corner kick and answered back to them “wash your mouth.”

 

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Leonardo Bonucci celebrating after scoring against his former club Juventus. “I did it in response to the [Juve supporters] jeers,” he said.

C for Cuadrado, just back from a serious injury and immediately useful for Bianconeri: a goal with a scent of Scudetto! #Juventus

D for demonstration of power. No other words to describe Juventus and their likely 7th league title in a row. #Record

E for Europe, this is the game! Juventus vs Real Madrid, and Roma vs Barcelona. Come on Italians! #UCL

F for fourth victory in a row for Fiorentina, two goals to Crotone. Europe is now behind the corner! #Fiorentina

G for Genoa. The Rossoblu got one point, but we are still wondering: How did you managed to get that penalty? See letter P #Hilarious

H for Hetemaj who didn’t score just a goal, but the goal that gives Chievo the chance to breathe, and some courage in the battle to avoid relegation. #ChievoSampdoria

I for Immobile and Icardi, 50 goals in total for the top two Serie A strikers, and a wonderful season for both. Who is going to be the top scorer?

 

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Two more goal for Ciro Immobile during the match against Benevento. The Serie A top scorer is now at 26, a serious contender for the European Golden Shoe (Photo: © Lapresse)


J for Juve, Juve, Juve. For some, “Not them again,” for some others “We are the best.” As the Italian season enters in its final stage, once again the Bianconeri seem to have not obstacles towards their victory. #Repetitive

K for KO, quite frequent Roma players. In the last year, the Giallorossi suffered 25 injuries, all of muscular nature. Perhaps it’s time to change something during your trainings? #Roma

L for low quality shown Hellas Verona against a great Inter. Hellas and Benevento seem to be lacking the right spirit to face a league as challenging as Serie A.

M for mathematics. Numbers quite don’t condemn Benevento yet, but 14 points from saefety are likely to be too many. #SerieB?

N for Napoli, which may have wasted a great chance to win the championship. Second lines like Leandrinho, Ounas, and Machach are not enough if you want to aim for a dream called Scudetto. By the way, did those three actually ever play? #Napoli

O for outstanding second half by Torino, which beat Cagliari with a poker and cast criticisms away #Torino

P for penalty and red card…Seriously? No words, and many concerns! Please, can someone explain to us, which match were referee Giacomelli and his VAR watching on that screen? #GenoaSPAL

 

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Difficult to understand how referee Giacomelli and his video assistant could see a penalty in this perfect dive by Genoa’s Gianluca Lapadula… (Photo: © Lapresse)


Q for Quagliarella, so many times cited in our AZ. He was the only Blucerchiato to fight until the end against Chievo.

R for raise high that chair, Mondo! Another great character in Italian football left us. Rest in Peace Mister! #Mondonico

S for Sassuolo, which served an important assist to Juventus. Carnevali & Co. didn’t forget to play football, and stopped Napoli with a “lucky” goal by Matteo Politano. #NapoliSassuolo

T for temper, an old friend of Serie A reminded us why he used to be called “The Pitbull.” #Felipe Melo

U for Usain Bolt:I Have signed for a football team”, the fastest man in the world said, and rumors pushed him to Cagliari. #Incredible!

W for Wednesday, April 4th, finally the time for the Derby di Milano: Milan-Inter, a match with a taste of older times. #DerbydellaMadonnina

X for X-traordinary job done by Gattuso. Milan lost 1-3 by Juventus, but the Rossoneri still showed some great football and a strong mentality, sending a clear message to Serie A: “Next year, we are going to be protagonist.” #Fantastic

Y for Younes, a sci-fi story. The German player was recently dropped by Ajax’s youth team, while rumors from Germany have him close to signing a deal with Wolfsburg. Meanwhile, Napoli still claim to have deposited with Lega Serie A a contract signed by Younes… #Stomach-ache

 

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Amin Younes during the days in which he allegedly signed a deal with Napoli last January. It’s difficult to imagine what must be passing in the young man’s head…


Z for zapping on television? Not this time! With more than 30 goals, the 30th Round of Serie A offered an amazing show, and the best is yet to come!


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