San Marino – Parma

San Marino 1 - 3 Parma
15 Nov 2015 - 14:30Stadio Valentino Mazzola, Santarcangelo di Romagna (Rn)

San Marino vs Parma Calcio 1913 1-3

Santarcangelo (Rimini), November 15, 2015- Parma Calcio 1913 won this afternoon in their eleventh match of the campaign on the field at Stadio Valentino Mazzola in Santarcangelo against San Marino (1-3), who until yesterday was third in the table, lengthening their stride as leaders and staying unbeaten.

Seven points now separate the Crociata from Altovincentino, the second place team, after today’s defeat by Delta Rovigo.

Trailing at 21’, Luigi Apolloni’s boys succeeded in reclaiming the lead, and holding back the tide, demonstrating all of their strength, both in technical skill and character.

The tie was broken just 7 minutes into the second half (at 52’) when Ricardo Musetti finished off a beautiful play from the left, initiated by Marcello Sereni.

To record the double, there was again Sereni, with a devastating run down the left side, caught with a stroke of genius by Yves Baraye; touched on to Fabio Lauria who served Francesco “Ciccio” Corapi who promptly slotted the ball home past the goalkeeper.

A spectacular combination closed the match. On the right Baraye, uncatchable and with dizzying speed, sent a perfectly placed cross in to Musetti, who headed the ball home for the third goal.

Match Facts

San Marino – Parma Calcio 1913

Goalscorers: San Marino: Braccini (21’). Parma: Musetti, (58’, 65’), Corapi (60’)

SAN MARINO: Dini, Menini, Paolini, Bova, Loiodice, Arrigoni (66’ Mendy), Magnanelli (Vice-Captain), Gambini (72’ Pierfederici), Baldazzi (Captain) (54’ Camara), Buonocunto, Braccini

Manager: Medri

Reserves: Venturini, Borghini, Giunchetti, Stefanelli

PARMA CALCIO 1913: Fall, Messina, Agrifogli (85’ Saporetti), Corapi, Cacioli (Captain), Lucarelli, Sowe (36’ Sereni), Giorgino, Musetti, Baraye, Melandri (46’ Lauria)

Manager: Apolloni

Reserves: Ciotti, Adorni, Benassi, Rodriguez, Simonetti, Vignali

Referee: Cristian Cudini from Fermo

Assistants: Tiziana Trasciatti from Foligno, Mirco Carpi Melchiorre from Orvieto

Notes- Corner Kicks: 3-9. Bookings: Baraye (33’), Arrigoni (40’), Paolini (50’), Lauria (72’), Pierfederici (74’). Stoppage time: 2’ First Half,  3’ Second Half. Before kick-off, there was a minute of silence and remembrance commemorating the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris.