Bologna can win again! Marko Arnautovic and his teammates celebrate their 3-0 away win over Sassuolo Calcio in the 19th round of the Serie A Serie A.

The ÖFB player participates until the 72nd minute and is not directly involved in the goals, but at least put his feet up in the match when Orsolini scored the first goal. Fellow hitman Arnautovic puts the ball under the crossbar from a tricky angle (36).

Before the end of the first half, the visitors increased: a corner kick was played briefly on the edge of the penalty area in Hickey, who elegantly hit the ball into the corner (44). The final result is given by Santander before the final whistle (90 + 4).

The hosts’ best chance, as ex-Rapidler Mert Mulder was replaced at half-time, Scamaka roars in the seventh minute. Shot from a long angle hit the column.

Bologna have their first three points after three “points”, while Sassuolo leave the place as losers for the first time since November 7 after two wins and three draws in their last five matches. Arnautovic FC is in tenth place (27 points), and Sassuolo is three points behind the twelfth.

Lazio is still part of the chase group

Meanwhile, after their 3-1 win over FC Venice, Lazio are part of the chasing group, and they have 31 points in eighth place, just like Roma and Fiorentina – both of which are still playing in the evening.

Pedro successfully completed a solo effort in the third minute, and the hosts equalized exactly half an hour later with a header. Three minutes into the second half, Acerbi made the decision – perhaps still too skinny at Cataldi’s corner. In injury time, Tessmann of Venice leaves the field in red (90 + 1), before Alberto increases again (90 + 5).

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Venice has not had a win since November 21, but since then it has had a difficult program (including Inter, Atalanta, Juventus) – 17 points means 16th place for the rookie team, six points off the relegation zone.

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