Borgo San Lorenzo, Firenze, September 16, 2015- Parma Calcio 1913 won again today at Borgo San Lorenzo against Fortis Juventus in the first midweek match of the campaign (third match), continuing to march, earning three full points and remaining top the table for Serie D, group D.
Today’s match on the road was a great success for the Crociata who dominated without much resistance, resulting in a 5-0 victory (see table in the margins).
Manager Luigi Apolloni’s boys, who took the lead in the 2’ with Yves Baraye who took advantage of an assist from Andrea Vignali, immediately made the road easier for themselves, taking advantage of all the space left by the opponents.
The lead was doubled in the 33’ when Daniele Melandri finished off a cross, then closed the first half ahead 3-0 after a finish from Vignali four minutes later (37’).
After the restart, the Croaciati further established themselves as the dominant side, going on the counterattack time and time again, creating many different offensive chances.
Two of these resulted in goals: at 62’ with Fabio Laura, who received a ball to his feet from the left wing at the end of a long run, and at 65’ again from Baraye who beat the keeper from the at the edge of the 6 yard box.
Fortis Juventus – Parma Calcio 1913 0-5
Goalscorers: Baraye (2’, 65’), Melandri (33’), Vignali (37’), Lauria (62’)
FORTIS JUVENTUS: Santoro, Miccinesi, Nencioli, Serotti, Fusi, De Vitis, Moscati, Gori (46’ Donatini), Kouko, Gianotti (55’ Bigeschi), Iaquinandi.
Reserves: Dei, Pantiferi, Panelli, Fossati, Monechi, Donattini, Giani.
PARMA CALCIO 1913: Zommers, Messina, Saporetti (57’ Sereni), Corapi (68’ Miglietta), Cacioli, Lucarelli, Ricci, Giorgino, Melandri (46’ Lauria), Baraye, Vignali.
Reserves: Cotticelli, Adorni, Benassi, Simonetti, Traykov, Longobardi.
Referee: Garofalo from Torre Del Greco
Assistants: Manco from Caserta and D’Apice from Castellamare di Stabia
Notes- Corner kicks: 3-7. Bookings: Cacioli, Lucarelli, Gianotti. Shot off the post: Cacioli (18’). Stoppage time: 1’ First half, 2’ Second half.