Sassuolo eliminated four goals during a loss to Naples


(Reuters) – Sassuolo scored four offside goals, including three after the assistant video referee interfered, during his 2-0 loss to Napoli in Serie A on Saturday.

Mr Hisay is a Napoli player during a match in Naples with a photo from Reuters archive.

Mr. Hisay placed Napoli in the lead in the eighth minute with a low shot from the edge of the penalty area, which was the first goal for the Albanian player in 193 games with Napoli.

Philip Djoricz scored a goal for Sassuolo in the 32nd minute, but the assistant referee signaled an infiltration and immediately canceled it.

Four minutes later, Djorecz once again believed that he scored after pursuing a Junior Traore bounce from Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina, but after a long review of the assistant video ruling the goal was canceled due to Traore’s offside.

Francesco Caputo’s goal was canceled two minutes after the start of the second half, and then came Domenico Berardi’s goal, which was canceled due to the infiltration of Caputo who passed the ball to him.

Matteo Politano hit the post near the end for Napoli and Alan deepened Sassuolo’s surgeon when he put the ball into the net from the edge of the penalty area in injury time.

Napoli, who secured qualification for the European League as champion of the Italian Cup, remained in seventh place with 59 points while Sassuolo finished eight with 48 points.

Sassuolo’s coach, Roberto De Tercby, did not immediately comment on the canceled goals. “We did well with the ball and without the ball, but we needed more persuasion to get out the three points,” the coach said.

Naples coach Gennaro Gattuso said his team deserved to win more. “We created nine chances and we should have progressed two or three goals by the end of the first half, and therefore I cannot feel happy.

“Given the opportunities we create, we score little and receive a lot. It is not true that it was a match, I watched another match outside the stadium lines. ”

“Infiltration is part of football, and the opportunities we have had are not comparable to those that Sassuolo created.”

Prepared by Ahmed Maher for the Arabic Bulletin


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