(EFE) – The Argentines Rodrigo De Paul and Nahuel Molina, with one assist each, and Roberto Pereyra, who scored the final 2-0, shone this Saturday in Udinese’s triumph against Sassuolo in the Italian Serie A.
It was Molina, an “untouchable” in recent weeks on the right wing for coach Luca Gotti, who offered the perfect center in minute 42 for Spanish Fernando Llorente to overtake Udinese in one of his first opportunities.
De Paul and Pereyra, great friends and leaders of the midfield of the northern Italian team, built the 2-0 goal in added time, with the first one offering the second the comfortable ball to sentence the crossing.
Molina, 23, a former Boca Juniors player, delivered his third assist of the league season while De Paul has already had five winning passes.
“Tucu” Pereyra, who turned 30 last January, has three goals this season.
Udinese played their fourth game without losing in Serie A and placed tenth, with a twelve-point margin over the relegation zone.
There are also twelve points that separate him from the European positions in the classification.