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Salernitana, Torino score one goal apiece on Sunday

Credits: @SerieA_ID (Twitter)

Salernitana and Torino kicked off Sunday’s Serie A program. Torino had a lot of goal-scoring opportunities in the first half, but only Antonio Sanabria managed to put the ball into Guillermo Ochoa’s net in the first 45 minutes of the game.

Salernitana had a much better second half and equalized after Tonny Vilhena’s strike.

In the end, the teams did not determine the winner. The game ended with the score 1-1.

6′: Antonio Sanabria got the ball close to Guillermo Ochoa’s net during Torino’s corner, but the shot was off target.

9′: Another Torino corner ended up in a big moment for the visitors, but Ochoa saved David Zima’s heel shot.

10′: Flavius Daniliuc’s shot went outside Vanja Milinković-Savić’s net.

12′: Torino made a quick combination and Nemanja Radonjić made an attempt with a lot of space around. Nevertheless, Ochoa made another save.

20′: Nikola Vlašić went one-on-one with Ochoa. The Salernitana goalkeeper had deflected the ball.

22′: Antonio Candreva was given a yellow card for having started an argument.

24′: Candreva made a volley, but the ball went straight to Milinković-Savić’s hands.

25′: Karol Linetty was booked for having committed a foul on Hans Nicolussi Caviglia.

29′: Candreva earned a corner kick for Torino as his shot had been blocked by Mergim Vojvoda.

31′: Alessandro Buongiorno’s header narrowly missed Ochoa’s net.

32′: Boulaye Dia charged to Torino’s penalty box, but Perr Schuurs did not allow him to make a shot.

36′ ⚽: Torino’s efforts finally paid off as Sanabria scored with a diving header.

40′: Ochoa saved Vojvoda’s attempt, fifth save of the match for the Mexican.

42′: Schuurs’ header hit the post of Ochoa’s goal.

Halftime: Krzysztof Piątek substituted Emil Bohinen at Salernitana.

46′: Second half started after a delay caused by a VAR malfunction.

47′: Salernitana players got the ball after Zima’s mistake and made an attack. However, Milinković-Savić easily saved Dia’s shot.

49′ ⚽: Salernitana started a counter attack which ended with a goal. Milinković-Savić did not save Tonny Vilhena’s shot from outside the box.

51′: Saša Lukić was booked as he had committed a foul.

53′: Samuele Ricci substituted Linetty at Torino.

57′: Piątek’s shot went right past the left post of Milinković-Savić’s goal.

59′: Milinković-Savić saved Candreva’s shot, leading to a corner kick for Salernitana.

64′: Aleksei Miranchuk, Koffi Djidji, and Wilfried Singo substituted Radonjić, Zima, and Vojvoda at Torino.

68′: Referee Andrea Colombo handed Daniliuc a yellow card for his foul on Miranchuk. The Salernitana player will miss the next match for having received too many yellow cards.

72′: Ricardo Rodríguez substituted Valentino Lazaro at Torino.

72′: Ochoa saved a shot made by Miranchuk.

76′: Lorenzo Pirola and Norbert Gyömbér substituted Domagoj Bradarić and Daniliuc respectively at Salernitana.

77′: Dijidji was booked after he had committed a foul.

85′: Ochoa sent the ball to the right post after Rodríguez’s shot.

85′: Diego Valencia substituted Dia at Salernitana.

90′: Erik Botheim substituted Federico Bonazzoli at Salernitana.

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