Rome, Nov 7 (EFE) .- The Spanish Gerard Deulofeu promoted this Sunday, with his third goal of the course, the 3-2 victory of Udinese against Sassuolo, which allowed his team to meet again with a victory in Serie A almost two months after the last time.
The team coached by Luca Gotti, in which Deulofeu and the Argentines Nahuel Molina, Roberto Pereyra and Nehuén Pérez, who had their absolute debut in Serie A, were the starters, had not won since September 12, when they beat Spezia. Since then, he has only added four draws and four defeats.
Deulofeu broke the equality six minutes into the match and scored again in Serie A after starting the campaign with two goals in the first two days, against Juventus and Venice.
However, Sassuolo did not stop fighting and managed to turn the scoreboard in the first half thanks to a goal from Domenico Berardi, after a serious failure by the local goalkeeper, and Davide Frattesi.
Udinese suffered at times from Sassuolo’s counterattack ability, but a shot from Argentina’s Nahuel Molina from outside the area, involuntarily deflected by the visitors’ rear, allowed him to reestablish equality on the brink of halftime.
Six minutes after the restart, the Argentine Roberto Pereyra offered the Portuguese Beto Betuncal an assist so that he could easily score the goal of the final 3-2.
Udinese, who ended the duel with ten men for the naive double warning to Frenchman Jean Victor Makengo, found themselves with the victory after eight days of waiting and placed fourteenth in the table, tied with Sassuolo himself. AND