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Serie C, results: Sudtirol and Padova win. Antenucci pushes Bari

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Serie C, results: Sudtirol and Padova win.  Antenucci pushes Bari

In group A the situation at the top of the standings does not change, Renate slips. In C third victory in a row of the Apulians who are brought to +10

Wednesday dedicated to group C and group A, which will complete its program with the two postponements of Thursday Triestina-Pergolettese at 2.30pm and Giana-Feralpisalò at 6pm.


Double domestic success for Südtirol and Padova, who keep the distance unchanged in the fight for the top. The leaders continue to lead with seven points ahead and hit the third consecutive success without conceding a goal: the Pro Sesto falls to Druso (2-0) with the goals in the first 25 minutes of Rover and Voltan. The three points for Oddo’s team suffered more, with their fourth success in as many games since replacing Pavanel: Bruccini’s own goal was needed to beat Mantova (1-0). Bad slip by Renate, who clearly lost at home (3-0) against Piacenza in a positive streak from four games: Giordano scored, Cesarini on a penalty and Dubickas. Lecco is confirmed in good shape, trimming Juventus U23 for the second consecutive stop (2-1): Juventus advantage with the former Iocolano, but the game overturned by the brace of the unleashed Simone Ganz who scored 12 of his 14 in 2022 league goals. Another striker, Comi, allows Pro Vercelli to overcome AlbinoLeffe (1-0) gaining sixth place. External success and overtaking in the standings of the Pro Patria on Fiorenzuola (3-0) with Parker’s brace and Stanzani’s trio. Even everything from the spot between Trento and Virtus Verona (1-1): Belcastro responds to Zigoni. Seregno returns to win, having not found the full result since December: 2-1 at Legnago, second goal in a row by the young Portuguese Ze Gomes and Cocco’s doubling in half an hour, Bondioli shortens in the second half.



Third consecutive success for Bari, who commands more than ten on second place and earns a day on their way to B: to beat Juve Stabia at San Nicola (1-0), Antenucci’s goal is enough. In any case, the Catanzaro race restarts in Messina: at Franco Scoglio it ends 3-2 for Iemmello (first goal in the Giallorossi) and teammates, rewarded in the final by the decisive flash of Biasci. Vivarini’s team now has a three-point lead over the third-placed trio of Francavilla, who stopped at 0-0 in Latina. A header from Bove is enough for Avellino to win in Taranto (1-0), aggravating the crisis of Laterza’s team, which hasn’t won for 11 games and has gone out among the whistles of Iacovone. The same points as Avellino (55) have Monopoli, which has definitely resumed running: the clear 3-0 on the Vibonese represents the fourth success in the last four games, the same in which the bomber Gennaro Borrelli (today double) has scored five times. Instead, Palermo slows down, 1-1 at Barbera with Fidelis Andria in an unexpectedly bewitched afternoon: guests ahead with Messina, Floriano gets a penalty saved by Saracco, equal to Luperini only in the final. Second consecutive joy for Zeman’s Foggia, which places the poker (4-1) on the Paganese field of the former Grassadonia: Campani ahead with Tommasini, then all overturned by Nicolao, Rocca, Turchetta and Merola. Under the eyes of the new owner Benedetto Mancini, Catania makes 1-1 at Massimino with Campobasso (first Russini, Molise equal of Tenkorang) and hopes to have put the nightmare of failure behind him. Monterosi is a lifesaver, reaching 40 points with the 2-0 (Parlati and Costantino) in the home of Turris who finished in nine. The third goal in the last three games by Riccardo Cargnelutti – who works as a defender – allows Potenza to measure himself against the all-Lucan match against Picerno.

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