LIDO DI CAMAIORE – After a 4-2 (first half 1-1) win at the Bardini Sports Center track, Cgc Viareggio finishes Group C of the A2 Italian Cup on top and qualifies for the quarter-finals next March. The set pieces taken by the Bianconeri and missed by Al Blomaranto were decisive in the second half.
Full teams and the match begins with Alonso’s outside post (3′), to which Alex Raffaelli responded with a save from Bandieri (4′). In the 7th and 8th minutes, Gomez finished off a good counterattack by Mariamne and Alonso, and Banderi imitated him on Muglia (9th and 11th). A minute later, CGC took the lead thanks to D’Anna’s shot from a tight angle. In the 14th minute, Banderi saved Dana from the same position. In the 18th minute, CGC had a goal disallowed due to a possible touch with Muglia’s arm, and a minute later, Alonso’s shot crossed the goal line, apparently without entering the net. After two more chances for each team, 11 inches before half-time, Matogini blocked a long-range shot from Maremane to put the game back in a draw.
The second half begins with fragmented play. In the eighth minute, Maremane sent the ball to Alonso, who fired a shot from the edge to put the home team ahead. 1 pass, and Alex Rafaeli equalized from a counterattack. In the 15th minute was the turning point in the match: Gomez twice saved Bartini’s penalty kick, and immediately afterwards Muglia scored CGC’s goal. Muglia himself closed the scoreline by converting the volley awarded to send off Maremmane in the 20th minute. Camaiore could go closer, but Nensei did not convert the penalty in the 21st minute and it is CGC who win and continue their cup journey. Group C ends today at 6pm with a match against Sarzana-Forte; Pumas fall.
Today the double semi-finals of the B Cup take place. Spv is in Mirandola against the home team and, in case of victory, will face the winner of the Castiglione-Molfetta match. In Tresino: Vercelli-Agrati and Tresino-Ar. Bassano. Ja
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