Olympus Rome no longer knows how to win
I RUN, YOU RUN, HE WIN
In the PalaCesaroni the defense certainly doesn’t shine in terms of attitude, they don’t play at all in set pieces, so it rained goals in the Genzano SkyMatch. Fortitudo goes forward twice but Sacon responds to Jonas, Humberto to Keko. Rafinha gives Olympus Roma the first lead but a penalty converted by Jonas puts the two Capitoline players 3-3 up at the break. Standard situations are also a nightmare for the Blues in the second half: Campoy’s 4:3 comes from Jonas’ corner. It’s the goal that decides the derby, D’Orto’s 5v4 move was useless in the final for an Olympus Roma without a four-game win.
PESCARA RESISTS IN THIRD PLACE
This i Results of matchday 24 of Serie A New Energy: Feldi Eboli – Futsal Pescara 4:6, Italservice Pesaro – Meta 1:2, Sandro Abate Avellino – Napoli Fusal 6:4, City of Melilli – Ciampino Aniene 3:9, 360GG Monasti- Nuova Comauto Pistoia 5-3, Petrarch-L84 3-3, Came Dosson-Real San Giuseppe 1-1, Olimpus Rona-Fortitudo Pomezia 3-4. classification: Napoli Futsal and Feldi Eboli 49, Futsal Pescara 46, Came Dosson 45, Olimpus Roma* 44, Sandro Abate Avellino 43, L84 38, Real San Giuseppe** 34, Meta Catania 32, Ciampino Aniene 31, Fortitudo Pomezia 28, Italservice Pesaro 26, Petrarch 25, 360GG Monastir 23, Nuova Comauto Pistoia 14**, City of Melilli 4. *3 penalty points, *1 penalty point.
A2 SKYMATCH NO WINNER
No one wins except the show in the All-Lazio SkyMatch of the PalaCesaroni in Genzano between Sporting Hornets and Eur, postponement of the 26th day of Group B of Serie A2. At 3-3, Minicucci’s team pretends to take the three points home with a 2-0 run by Fantini and Emer, but first Mejuto, then Stoccada (1’55” from the end) made the difference the final score of 5:5.
SERIES B, SUPER RUGGIERO: ITALIAN CUP AT OR REGGIO EMILIA
They will play in the same category next season, one is mathematically A2, the other almost. But it will beOR Reggio Emilia, apart from sensational twists, to rise in the category with the prestigious “Double”.. Parutto’s team triumphed in the final in Porto San Giorgio, defeating Cioli Ariccia 6-2, already the winner of his Group E, who bowed to Killer Ruggiero, who was named MVP of the Final Eight at the end of the event. OR Reggio Emilia immediately directs the final at the PalaSavelli, opening the goal with Fation Halitjaha and precisely doubling with Ruggiero before the double whistle: 2-0 at the break. The killer is unleashed and repeats itself in the second half, taking Emilian goals to three. Popa closes the gap but Ruggiero still makes it 4-1 and takes the ball home for his hat-trick. Cioli tries to get back into the game with a free throw converted by Lucas, but Mazariol doubles to make it 6-2.