In the 22nd round of the Italian Serie A, Hellas Verona beat Parma 2: 1 at home. Ivan Jurić’s team, with Albert Grassi’s own goal and Antonin Barak’s goal, managed to recover from the distance they found themselves in after Juraj Kucka put the guests in the lead.
In the eighth minute, Kucka scored a penalty which Verona goalkeeper Marco Silvestri committed with a foul on Yann Karamoh. Parma’s advantage just lasted 5 minutes.
Lasagna was diverted to the second goal by Darko Lazović’s cross, and the first on the ball was Verona’s left-back on loan from Inter Federico Dimarco. He shot from the first and after it reached as many as two visiting players in the block, the ball ended up in the net. Alberto Grassi, who last touched the ball, finally registered the goal as an own goal.
The final 2: 1 was set by Antonin Barak from the Czech Republic, and Dimarco played an important role again. From the corner to the first post, where Barak was the highest and hit his head for the home team win, he scored a major goal.
Croatian coach Ivan Jurić’s squad is back on the winning track after two consecutive defeats to Roma and Udinese. Verona won the ninth position in the table with those points and came close to eighth-placed Sassuolo. Parma, on the other hand, has no way to solve the crisis of results.
In the last nine rounds, she had won just one point, and since November she had not known about the win. Currently, he is in the penultimate spot, with one point more than Crotone’s last place and four points less than the safe zone.