Frosinone conquers Brescia 3-1 after recovering from a 0-1 deficit. HIGHLIGHTS

BRESCIA. Frosinone managed to reverse the score against Brescia.

Frosinone conquers Brescia 3-1 after recovering from a 0-1 deficit. HIGHLIGHTS

BRESCIA. Frosinone found a way to turn the tables against Brescia. It was Brescia to score first with a goal from Pablo Rodríguez. Nevertheless, later Frosinone found the way to turn the tables scoring 3 consecutive goals with Luca Moro (37′), Roberto Insigne (40′) and Jaime Báez (76′). Brescia lost this match even if it was superior in terms of ball possession (56%).

The match was played at the Stadio Mario Rigamonti stadium in Brescia on Sunday and it started at 4:15 pm local time. The referee was Francesco Cosso with the help of Fabiano Preti and Marco Bresmes. The 4th official was Giuseppe Collu. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was freezing at -1 degrees Celsius or 30.18 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 63%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 56 Ball Possession 44
Shots
  • 7 Total 12
  • 2 On Target 6
  • 5 Off Target 6
  • 1 Shots blocked 3
  • 128 Attack 105
  • 50 Dangerous attack 42
  • 93 Ball safe​ 92
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 5 Corners 4
  • 1 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 17 Total 17
  • 4 Yellow Cards 2
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

Brescia had a strong ball possession 56% while Frosinone was struggling with a 44% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Brescia was more pushing with 50 dangerous attacks and 7 shots of which 2 were on target. Anyway, Frosinone found a way to find the solution to win this contest.​

Brescia shot 7 times, 2 on target, 5 off target. On the other side, Frosinone shot 12 times, 6 on target, 6 off target.

Cards

Brescia received 4 yellow cards (John Björkengren, Pablo Rodríguez, Federico Viviani and Andrea Papetti). Talking about the opposition, Frosinone received 2 yellow cards (Marcus Rohdén and Karlo Lulic).

Match Timeline

Pablo Rodríguez(goal)John Björkengren
18'
John Bjorkengren- Yellow
26'
Pablo Rodríguez- Yellow
32'
37'
Luca Moro(goal)
38'
Marcus Rohdén- Yellow
40'
Roberto Insigne(goal)
48'
Karlo Lulić- Yellow
Federico Viviani- Yellow
54'
Flavio Junior Bianchi- sub ->Florian Ayé
59'
Tom Van De Looi- sub ->Federico Viviani
59'
61'
Luca Garritano- sub ->Luca Mazzitelli 
62'
Jaime Báez- sub ->Giuseppe Caso
Reuven Niemeijer- sub ->Pablo Rodríguez
69'
70'
Fabio Lucioni- sub ->Roberto Insigne
76'
Jaime Báez(goal)Luca Garritano
Federico Pace- sub ->John Björkengren
76'
A. Papetti- Yellow
79'
86'
Gianluca Frabotta- sub ->Matteo Cotali
87'
Miloš Bočić- sub ->Luca Moro

Standings

Standings
Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5
40
22
39
22
32
22
32
22
31
22
31
22
30
22
28
22
26
22
26
22
25
22
24
22
23
22
21
22
21
22

After playing this encounter, Brescia will stay with 25 points to hold in the 13th place. Regarding the opposition, Frosinone will have 45 points to sit in the 1st place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Serie B, Brescia will host Bari 1908 on the 25th of February with a 8-5 head to head record in favor of Bari 1908 (12 draws).

Frosinone will play away agasint Bari 1908 on the 11th of March with a 6-5 head to head statistic in favor of Frosinone (3 draws).

Brescia – Formation

Brescia
G
5.6
D
Davide Adorni 4.Italy
7.3
D
Fran Karačić 2.Australia
7.0
D
Matthieu Huard 3.France
6.6
D
A. Papetti 32.Italy
7.0
79'
M
6.6
59' 54'
M
Dimitri Bisoli 25.Italy
6.4
M
John Bjorkengren 23.Sweden
6.4
76' 26'
M
Nicolas Galazzi 6.Italy
6.8
M
6.9
69' 32' Goals18'
F
Florian Aye 11.France
6.6
59'
Substitutes
G
Luca Lezzerini 12.Italy
D
Alexander Jallow 18.Sweden
D
Federico Pace 30.Italy
6.2
76'
M
Tom Van De Looi 5.Netherlands
6.4
59'
M
Jakub Labojko 21.Poland
F
Reuven Niemeijer 20.Netherlands
6.4
69'
F
6.3
59'

Brescia started with a christmas tree line-up (4-3-2-1).

The manager Josep Clotet Ruiz decided to play with the following team: Lorenzo Andrenacci (5.6), Fran Karačić (7.0), Andrea Papetti (7.0), Davide Adorni (7.3), Matthieu Huard (6.6), Dimitri Bisoli (6.4), Federico Viviani (6.6), John Björkengren (6.4), Nicolas Galazzi (6.8), Pablo Rodríguez (6.9) and Florian Ayé (6.6).

The home team had on the bench: Tom Van De Looi (6.4), Reuven Niemeijer (6.4), Jakub Łabojko, Luca Lezzerini, Alexander Jallow, Federico Pace (6.2), Massimiliano Mangraviti and Flavio Bianchi (6.3).

Substitutions

Brescia made 4 changes: Florian Ayé for Flavio Bianchi (59′), Federico Viviani for Tom van de Looi (59′), Pablo Rodríguez for Reuven Niemeijer (69′) and John Björkengren for Federico Pace (76′).

Best player: Davide Adorni​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Brescia was Davide Adorni.

His rating is (7.3) with 77 passes (87% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 8 duels out of 9.

Frosinone – Formation

Frosinone
G
Stefano Turati 22.Italy
6.6
D
Luca Ravanelli 20.Italy
7.0
D
Matteo Cotali 29.Italy
6.8
86'
D
Sergio Kalaj 23.Albania
6.8
D
7.0
D
Luca Mazzitelli 36.Italy
7.3
61'
M
Marcus Rohdén 7.Sweden
6.6
38'
M
Karlo Lulić 8.Croatia
7.1
48'
M
Giuseppe Caso 10.Italy
6.4
62'
F
Roberto Insigne 94.Italy
7.1
70' Goals40'
F
Luca Moro 24.Italy
6.6
87' Goals37'
Substitutes
G. Bracaglia 79.Italy
G
Leonardo Loria 1.Italy
D
86'
D
Fabio Lucioni 5.Italy
6.7
70'
D
Mario Sampirisi 31.Italy
D
Ilario Monterisi 30.Italy
M
Luca Garritano 16.Italy
6.7
61'
M
Andrea Oliveri 41.Italy
F
Miloš Bočić 19.Serbia
87'
F
A. Selvini 27.Italy
F
Jaime Báez 32.Uruguay
7.4
62' Goals76'

Frosinone started with a 5-3-2 line-up (5-3-2).

Fabio Grosso played with: Stefano Turati (6.6), Anthony Oyono (7.0), Luca Mazzitelli (7.3), Sergio Kalaj (6.8), Luca Ravanelli (7.0), Matteo Cotali (6.8), Marcus Rohdén (6.6), Karlo Lulić (7.1), Giuseppe Caso (6.4), Roberto Insigne (7.1) and Luca Moro (6.6).

They had on the bench: Miloš Bočić, Gianluca Frabotta, Alessandro Selvini, Luca Garritano (6.7), Fabio Lucioni (6.7), Gabriele Bracaglia, Mario Sampirisi, Andrea Oliveri, Jaime Báez (7.4), Matteo Bruno, Przemysław Szymiński, Leonardo Loria and Ilario Monterisi.

Substitutions

Frosinone made 5 changes: Luca Mazzitelli  for Luca Garritano (61′), Giuseppe Caso for Jaime Báez (62′), Roberto Insigne for Fabio Lucioni (70′), Matteo Cotali for Gianluca Frabotta (86′) and Luca Moro for Miloš Bočić (87′).

Best player: Jaime Báez​

The player that probably impressed the most for Frosinone was Jaime Báez.

His rating is (7.4) with 1 goal, 4 passes (75% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 2.

His performance was remarkable also because he started the match from the bench before entering the filed in the 62′.

Results of the day

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