Torino beats Fiorentina 1-0 with a goal scored by A. Miranchuk. HIGHLIGHTS

FIRENZE. Torino defeats Fiorentina 1-0 after A. Miranchuk scored just 1 goal (33').

Torino beats Fiorentina 1-0 with a goal scored by A. Miranchuk. HIGHLIGHTS

FIRENZE. Torino prevails over Fiorentina 1-0 after A. Miranchuk scored just 1 goal (33′). Fiorentina was vastly superior in terms of ball possession (62%).​

The match was played at the Stadio Artemio Franchi stadium in Firenze on Saturday and it started at 8:45 pm local time. The referee was Federico Dionisi with the collaboration of Mauro Vivenzi and Alessandro Cipressa. The 4th official was Ermanno Feliciani. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold at 4.1 degrees Celsius or 39.36 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 77%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 62 Ball Possession 38
Shots
  • 18 Total 11
  • 5 On Target 4
  • 13 Off Target 7
  • 5 Shots blocked 0
  • 106 Attack 80
  • 68 Dangerous attack 30
  • 90 Ball safe​ 76
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 5 Corners 3
  • 2 Off Sides 6
Fouls
  • 9 Total 23
  • 2 Yellow Cards 2
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 3

Ball possession

Fiorentina had a strong ball possession 62% while Torino was struggling with a 38% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Fiorentina had a more offensive attitude with 68 dangerous attacks and 18 shots of which 5 were on target. Anyway, Torino succeeded in find the solution to win this encounter.​

Fiorentina shot 18 times, 5 on target, 13 off target. Talking about the opposition, Torino shot 11 times, 4 on target, 7 off target.

Cards

Fiorentina received 2 yellow cards (Riccardo Saponara and Alfred Duncan). Regarding the opposition, Torino received 2 yellow cards (Samuele Ricci and Antonio Sanabria).

Match Timeline

33'
Aleksey Miranchuk(goal)Mërgim Vojvoda
45'
Samuele Ricci- Yellow
Riccardo Saponara- Yellow
45'
Aleksa Terzić- sub ->Cristiano Biraghi
46'
Alfred Duncan- Yellow
51'
Nicolás González- sub ->Riccardo Saponara
54'
Luka Jović- sub ->Sofyan Amrabat
54'
69'
Karol Linetty- sub ->Michel Adopo
Antonín Barák- sub ->Alfred Duncan
70'
72'
David Zima- sub ->Koffi Djidji
81'
Antonio Sanabria- sub ->Demba Seck
Alessandro Bianco- sub ->Giacomo Bonaventura
87'
88'
Antonio Sanabria- Yellow

Standings

Standings
Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5

After this encounter, Fiorentina will stay with 23 points like Juventus and Bologna to sit in the 11th place. Regarding the opposition, Torino will have 26 points to hold in the 8th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Serie A, Fiorentina will host Empoli on the 19th of February with a 10-4 head to head record in favor of Fiorentina (5 draws).

Torino will play away agasint Milan on the 10th of February with a 13-3 head to head stats in favor of Milan (15 draws).

Fiorentina – Formation

Fiorentina
G
6.8
D
7.3
46'
D
Lorenzo Venuti 23.Italy
6.9
D
Igor Júlio 98.Brazil
7.4
D
7.4
M
6.3
87'
M
6.1
54' 45'
M
Alfred Duncan 32.Ghana
6.5
70' 51'
M
Sofyan Amrabat 34.Morocco
6.5
54'
M
Jonathan Ikoné 11.France
6.9
F
Christian Kouamé 99.Côte d'Ivoire
7.3
Substitutes
G
D
Luca Ranieri 16.Italy
D
D. Nikolaev 44.Bulgaria
D
Aleksa Terzić 15.Serbia
7.1
46'
M
87'
M
M
Antonín Barák 72.Czech Republic
6.8
70'
F
Nicolás González 22.Argentina
6.9
54'
F
Luka Jović 7.Serbia
6.6
54'

Fiorentina started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

The manager Vincenzo Italiano decided to play with the following team: Pietro Terracciano (6.8), Lorenzo Venuti (6.9), Nikola Milenković (7.4), Igor Júlio (7.4), Cristiano Biraghi (7.3), Sofyan Amrabat (6.5), Alfred Duncan (6.5), Jonathan Ikoné (6.9), Giacomo Bonaventura (6.3), Riccardo Saponara (6.1) and Christian Kouamé (7.3).

The home team had on the bench: Luca Ranieri, Nicolás González (6.9), Tommaso Martinelli, Alessandro Bianco, Rolando Mandragora, Michele Cerofolini, Antonín Barák (6.8), Michael Kayode, Dimo Krastev, Aleksa Terzić (7.1) and Luka Jović (6.6).

Substitutions

Fiorentina made 5 changes: Cristiano Biraghi for Aleksa Terzić (46′), Riccardo Saponara for Nicolás González (54′), Sofyan Amrabat for Luka Jović  (54′), Alfred Duncan for Antonin Barak (70′) and Giacomo Bonaventura for A. Bianco (87′).

Best player: Nikola Milenković​

The player that probably impressed the most for Fiorentina was Nikola Milenković.

His rating is (7.4) with 61 passes (93% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 8.

Torino – Formation

Torino
G
7.3
D
Ricardo Rodríguez 13.Switzerland
7.0
D
Koffi Djidji 26.Côte d'Ivoire
7.3
72'
D
7.4
M
Mergim Vojvoda 27.Kosovo
7.1
M
Wilfried Stephane Singo 17.Côte d'Ivoire
6.7
M
Samuele Ricci 28.Italy
7.3
45'
M
Michel Ndary Adopo 21.France
6.5
69'
F
Aleksey Miranchuk 59.Russia
7.1
Goals33'
F
Nikola Vlašić 16.Croatia
6.2
F
Demba Seck 23.Senegal
7.0
81'
Substitutes
G
Matteo Fiorenza 73.Italy
G
Luca Gemello 89.Italy
D
Perr Schuurs 3.Netherlands
D
David Zima 6.Czech Republic
6.8
72'
M
Karol Linetty 77.Poland
6.8
69'
M
Nemanja Radonjić 49.Serbia
M
Gvidas Gineitis 66.Lithuania
M
Brian Bayeye 2.France
F
Yann Karamoh 7.France
F
Antonio Sanabria 9.Paraguay
6.1
81' 88'

Torino started with a 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

Ivan Juric played with: Vanja Milinković-Savić (7.3), Koffi Djidji (7.3), Alessandro Buongiorno (7.4), Ricardo Rodríguez (7.0), Wilfried Singo (6.7), Michel Ndary Adopo (6.5), Samuele Ricci (7.3), Mergim Vojvoda (7.1), Aleksei Miranchuk (7.1), Nikola Vlašić (6.2) and Demba Seck (7.0).

These were the players on the bench: Matteo Fiorenza, Yann Karamoh, Karol Linetty (6.8), Antonio Sanabria (6.1), Nemanja Radonjić, Gvidas Gineitis, Ali Dembele, Perr Schuurs, Luca Gemello, David Zima (6.8), Ange N’Guessan and Brian Bayeye.

Substitutions

Torino made 3 changes: Michel Adopo for Karol Linetty (69′), Koffi Djidji for David Zima (72′) and Demba Seck for Antonio Sanabria (81′).

Best player: Alessandro Buongiorno​

The player that probably impressed the most for Torino was Alessandro Buongiorno even if he didn’t score the decisive goal.

His rating is (7.4) with 20 passes (85% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 14.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Serie A.​