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AS Roma vs Sassuolo results: Score 1-0

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AS Roma vs Sassuolo results: Score 1-0

Bola.net – AS Roma successfully beat Sassuolo with a score of 1-0 in the 2023/2024 Serie A match day 29 which was held at the Olimpico, Monday (18/3/2024) early morning WIB.

Roma’s winning goal over Sassuolo was scored by the captain, Lorenzo Pellegrini at the start of the second half. Sassuolo failed to catch up in the remaining time.

Thanks to this result, Roma is stuck in fifth place with 51 points and is getting closer to the top four zone. Meanwhile, Sassuolo is getting worse in 19th place, aka the relegation zone, with 23 points.

Check out the full match review below.

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The Course of the Match

Lorenzo Pellegrini scored a goal in the Serie A match between AS Roma vs Sassuolo, Monday (18/3/2024). (c) AP Photo/Andrew Medichini

Roma dominated possession of the ball from the start of the first half. However, the hosts had difficulty breaking down Sassuolo’s tight defense. The 0-0 score lasted until halftime.

Roma was only able to break the deadlock in the 50th minute through Pellegrini’s action. The captain’s hard shot from outside the penalty box could not be blocked by Andrea Consigli.

Sassuolo tried to be bolder in pressing in order to find an equalizer. Unfortunately, Andrea Pinamonti’s opportunity still failed to produce results. The score 1-0 for Roma’s victory was the final result of this match.

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Lineup

Stephan El Shaarawy’s action in the Serie A match between AS Roma vs Sassuolo, Monday (18/3/2024). (c) AP Photo/Andrew Medichini

Rome: Mile Svilar; Rick Karsdorp (Zeki Celik 70′), Gianluca Mancini, Diego Llorente, Leonardo Spinazzola (Angelino 37′); Bryan Cristante, Leandro Paredes, Lorenzo Pellegrini; Houssem Aouar (Tommaso Baldanzi 70′), Romelu Lukaku (Sardar Azmoun 86′), Stephan El Shaarawy (Dean Huijsen 86′).

Coach: Daniele De Rossi.

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Sassuolo: Andrea Consigli; Marcus Holmgren Pedersen, Martin Erlic, Gian Marco Ferrari, Mattia Viti (Ruan Tressoldi 86′); Uros Racic (Nedim Bajrami 79′), Pedro Obiang (Cristian Volpato 72′), Matheus Henrique; Gregoire Defrel (Daniel Boloca 73′), Andrea Pinamonti (Samuele Mulattieri 79′), Armand Lauirente.

Coach: Davide Ballardini.

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