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BolognaBologna
1
0
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BolognaBologna
SampdoriaSampdoria
3
2
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SassuoloSassuolo
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ITALIAN SERIE A

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Lazio 9 5 9 32
10 Bologna 9 2 12 29
11 Torino 7 7 9 28
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BolognaBologna
LazioLazio
2
2
FT
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BolognaBologna
Chievo VeronaChievo Verona
0
1
FT
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AC MilanAC Milan
BolognaBologna
0
1
FT
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BolognaBologna
EmpoliEmpoli
2
3
FT
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GenoaGenoa
BolognaBologna
0
1
FT
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BolognaBologna
NapoliNapoli
3
2
FT
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TorinoTorino
BolognaBologna
2
0
FT
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BolognaBologna
AS RomaAS Roma
2
2
FT
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Hellas VeronaHellas Verona
BolognaBologna
0
2
FT
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BolognaBologna
AtalantaAtalanta
3
0
FT
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BolognaBologna
InternazionaleInternazionale
0
1
FT
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CarpiCarpi
BolognaBologna
1
2
FT
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Bologna pay the penalty at Frosinone

FrosinoneFrosinone
BolognaBologna
1
0
FT
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Federico Dionisi came off the bench to fire Frosinone to a 1-0 victory over 10-man Bologna at the Stadio Matusa.

Dionisi's seventh goal of the Serie A season leaves Frosinone just four points from safety in 19th.

Bologna were reduced to 10 men in the 64th minute as defender Marios Oikonomou was sent off for a second bookable offence.

The Canarini made the most of their numerical advantage, winning a penalty after 77 minutes when Paolo Sammarco was tripped by Luca Rossettini. Dionisi made no mistake...

Mattia Destro penalty earns Bologna win in Serie A thriller

BolognaBologna
SampdoriaSampdoria
3
2
FT
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Mattia Destro fired Bologna to a dramatic 3-2 home victory over Sampdoria at the Renato Dall'Ara.

The home side went two goals up inside 24 minutes as Anthony Mounier and Godfred Donsah scored to make life rather difficult for relegation-threatened Samp.

Vincenzo Montella's men hit back in the second half, however, with strikes from Luis Muriel and Joaquin Correa threatening to deny Bologna the chance to climb into the top half of the Serie A table.

But 24-year-old Destro stepped up to convert an 86th-minute...

Sassuolo's unbeaten home record ended by Bologna

SassuoloSassuolo
BolognaBologna
0
2
FT
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Bologna condemned their local rivals Sassuolo to a first home defeat of the season by winning 2-0 at the Mapei Stadium.

The Neroverdi are in the race for Europe thanks largely to their resilience in Reggio Emilia but Emanuele Giaccherini's 68th-minute opener meant they risked losing at home for the first time.

Their former striker Sergio Floccari - sold to Bologna two weeks ago - returned to confirm those fears by emerging from the bench to grab a second Rossoblu goal in the third minute of stoppage...

Lazio fight back to earn share of spoils at Bologna

BolognaBologna
LazioLazio
2
2
FT
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Lazio fought back from two goals down to salvage a 2-2 draw at Bologna in Serie A.

Emanuele Giaccherini's long-range free-kick got Bologna up and running inside two minutes and Mattia Destro doubled the hosts' lead when beating the offside trap after 18 minutes at the Dall'Ara.

The tide turned against Roberto Donadoni's side when they lost Adam Masina to a red card in the 69th minute, with Antonio Candreva converting the subsequent penalty.

Lazio scented blood and Senad Lulic grabbed a share of the...

Bologna pay for Mattia Destro penalty miss as Simone Pepe grabs win for Chievo

BolognaBologna
Chievo VeronaChievo Verona
0
1
FT
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Substitute Simone Pepe left it late to fire Chievo to a 1-0 victory over Bologna at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara.

Roberto Donadoni's improving Rossoblu might have set a course for their fourth win in five Serie A games had Mattia Destro not missed a 36th-minute penalty.

Instead it was Chievo who grabbed the only goal and with it all three points as former Juventus winger Pepe emerged from the bench to steer home a daisy-cutter with 11 minutes remaining.

Chievo reach the halfway stage of the season in...