(EFE) .- Spezia was reunited with victory in his visit to the Stadio Alberto Picco against Cagliari (2-1), which is still anchored in the relegation zone, on the twenty-eighth day of Serie A.
The exit to the field of play in the final stretch of the Argentine Giovanni Simeone and the Uruguayan Gastón Pereiro fed the possibilities of the visiting team, with their compatriots Diego Godín and Nahitan Nández in the eleven, who left empty-handed for a key match.
Vincenzo Italiano’s Spezia had five games without winning. Only four points distanced him from his opponent, third to last in the table and marking the loss of category. His victory gives air to Spezia, now away from the bottom.
Even so, the Italian team suffered until the end, which had a two-goal advantage but had to survive against the harassment of Cagliari.
Spezia got their victory on track early in the second half when a pass from Ghanaian Emmanuel Quartsin Gyasi was headed by Roberto Piccoli, who beat Alessio Cragno.
Ten minutes from the end he scored the second signed by Giulio Maggiori, who took advantage of a pass from Simone Bastoni.
By that time, Simeone and Gastón Pereiro were already on the pitch, closing the gap in the 84th minute.
The visiting team accentuated the harassment of the Dutch Jeroen Zoet’s goal. Cagliari came to score in added time, but the goal was disallowed by VAR for offside by Brazilian Joao Pedro.