VENEZIA. Südtirol tops Venezia 1-0 after F. Tait scored just 1 goal (76′). Venezia was surely superior in terms of ball possession (68%).
The match was played at the Stadio Pierluigi Penzo stadium in Venezia on Saturday and it started at 2:30 pm local time. The referee was Matteo Gariglio who had the assistance of Vittorio Di Gioia and Claudio Barone. The 4th official was Carlo Rinaldi. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold at 6.9 degrees Celsius or 44.35 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 55%.
Venezia was in firm control of the ball 68% while Südtirol was struggling with a 32% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
Venezia had a more offensive attitude with 66 dangerous attacks and 7 shots of which 0 were on target. Even so, Südtirol succeeded in find the solution to win this match.
Venezia shot 7 times, 0 on target, 7 off target. On the other side, Südtirol shot 7 times, 2 on target, 5 off target.
Venezia received 1 yellow card (Luca Ceppitelli). Regarding the opposition, Südtirol received 2 yellow cards (Matteo Rover and Daniele Casiraghi).
After this match, Venezia will stay with 20 points like Perugia to hold in the 18th place. Talking about the opposition, Südtirol will have 32 points to sit in the 5th place.
In the next match in the Serie B, Venezia will play away with Bari 1908 on the 1st of March with a 2-1 head to head in favor of Venezia (0 draws).
Südtirol will host Bari 1908 on the 10th of April with a 0-0 head to head stats.
Venezia – Formation
Venezia started with a 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).
The manager Paolo Vanoli decided to play with the following team: Jesse Joronen, Michael Svoboda , Luca Ceppitelli , Pietro Ceccaroni , Francesco Zampano , Domen Črnigoj , Mato Jajalo , Gianluca Busio , Dennis Johnsen , Andrija Novakovich and Joel Pohjanpalo .
The home team had on the bench: Nicholas Pierini, Maximilian Ullmann, Tanner Tessmann , Antonio Candela, Bruno Bertinato, Niki Mäenpää, Ridgeciano Haps, Harvey St Clair, Magnus Kofod Andersen, Lorenzo Busato and Jay Enem.
Venezia made 4 changes: Andrija Novakovich for Nicholas Pierini (44′), Mato Jajalo for T. Tessmann (66′), Dennis Johnsen for Jay Ifeanyi-Junior Enem (81′) and Domen Crnigoj for R. Haps (81′).
Best player: Michael Svoboda
The most impressive player for Venezia was Michael Svoboda.
His rating iswith 57 passes (98% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 6.
Südtirol – Formation
Südtirol started with a 4-4-1-1 line-up (4-4-1-1).
Pierpaolo Bisoli played with: Giacomo Poluzzi, Marco Curto , Giovanni Zaro , Andrea Masiello , Alessandro Celli , Filippo De Col , Fabian Tait , Luca Belardinelli , Daniele Casiraghi , Matteo Rover and Raphael Odogwu .
These were the players on the bench: Stefano Minelli, Marco Pompetti, Kevin Vinetot, Andrea Giorgini, Nicholas Siega, Filippo Berra, Mirko Carretta, Luca Fiordilino , Michele Marconi , Simone Mazzocchi , Andrea Schiavone and Shaka Mawuli Eklu.
Südtirol made 4 changes: Matteo Rover for Simone Mazzocchi (46′), Filippo De Col for Nicholas Siega (46′), Nicholas Siega for Luca Fiordilino (74′) and Raphael Odogwu for Mikko Mannila (74′).
Best player: Fabian Tait
The player that probably impressed the most for Südtirol was Fabian Tait.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 21 passes (71% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 7.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the Serie B.