(EFE) – The goals of the Argentines Ignacio Pussetto and Rodrigo de Paul and the Macedonian Iliya Nestorovski certified Udinese’s triumph against Torino (2-3) and prolonged their take-off to move away from the relegation zone of Serie A dominated by Milan.
The Argentine contribution was decisive in the third victory in a row for Luca Gotti’s team, who have now gone four games without losing and who sit in the middle of the standings.
The victory of Udinese accentuates the bad moment of his rival. Torino does not wake up and remains penultimate in the table, with its eyes fixed on Serie B. Marco Gianpaolo’s team has already accumulated five games without winning.
Pussetto put the victory on track in the 25th minute in a counterattack action. He culminated an excellent pass from the Spanish Gerard Deulofeu who placed him in front, alone, of Salvatore Sirigu, whom he surpassed.
De Paul seemed to sentence the victory, after a cross from his compatriot Roberto Pereyra at the beginning of the second half.
However, two goals in two minutes reactivated Torino, which came to balance the game. First in 67, when an error by Brazilian Samir led to a ball steal by Federico Bonazzoli, who crossed Andrea Belotti and he closed the gap.
Then the roles were changed. A Belotti serve was finished off by Bonazzoli, who beat Argentine goalkeeper Juan Musso and established the tie.
The local team felt calm for two minutes because, in full madness, an attack action commanded by Pereyra returned the advantage to Gotti’s team. Nestorovoski took the ball to the net, who just before jumped onto the field to replace Deulofeu.