Rigato’s goal turns off Catania in the final in Emilia in front of Massimo Bonini, legend of Juventus
TREVISO. San Giuseppe is champion of Italy. That’s right, the amateur team of the Treviso district, in the sports center of Sportilia, in Emilia, on Saturday, graduated as champion of Italy in the Csain amateur category that pits the best teams of the Italian regions against each other.
San Giuseppe clearly represented Veneto and beat the team of the league Csain of Catania, representative of Sicily, 1-0 in the final. The author of the decisive goal was Lorenzo Rigato, who scored the decisive point in the fourth minute of injury time. The attacker caught the ball anticipating the opponent’s goalkeeper and defender. The touch of the Sicilian goalkeeper, however, triggered a carom that saw Rigato arrive first on the ball and hit the net, scoring with an almost empty goal.
The San Giuseppe team had won the interprovincial phase, detaching the ticket for the national phase. The average age of the yellow-green team is about 28 years old, some have played in the Swedish Serie A (Gerbino Polo), while others have reached the maximum promotion. However, the strength of a united group that plays football for fun, as well as passion, was the winner. Then came the compliments of the mayor Mario Conte.
The rose of San Giuseppe, Veneto, champion of Italy: goalkeeper Kevin Sadiku, defenders Davide Farronato, Daniele Ferrarese, Michele Mattiello, Matteo de Santis, Christian Coppe, Nicola Dotto, midfielders Marco Zuin, Elia Liberali, Francesco Briganti, Francesco De Riz . Finally the forwards Lorenzo Rigato, Gianluca Cortina, Davide De Bei, Matteo Bullo, Matteo Tonetto, Andrea Briganti, Alessio Luongo, Luca Gerbino Polo. Coach Diego Petruzzi Accompanying Marco Gasparin and Andrea Dotto.
Guest of honor at the final Massimo Bonini, champion of Italy, Europe and the World with Platini’s Juventus in the 1980s.