Salernitana have ended their unfortunate run of four successive defeats in the Serie A. The much-longed-for break came at home to Verona – even if it wasn’t a win. The game finished 2-2 (1-2).

The visitors Verona took an early lead when Nikola Kalinic netted after 7 minutes, with an assist by Gianluca Caprari, making it 1-0.

The team increased the lead to 0-2 after almost half an hour’s play as Nikola Kalinic scored one more time. This occasion he scored, with an assist by Ivan Ilic.

Straight after the break, Cedric Gondo made his mark and reduced the score for Salernitana.

Mamadou Coulibaly equalised for Salernitana with an assist by Riccardo Gagliolo, in the 76th minute. The 2-2 goal was the last goal of the game.

It was still Salernitana’s fifth game in a row without a win.

Salernitana have 1 draw and 4 losses with a 4–14 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Verona have 1 win, 1 draw and 3 losses and a 8–11 goal difference.

The last outing between the teams ended in a 0-1 home win for Verona in February 2019.

Salernitana have scored 4 goals. They have scored two goals at home. They’ve conceded 14 goals in total.

Verona have scored 8 goals in this campaign. Away from home they have scored 8 goals. They’ve conceded 11 goals in total.

Salernitana have opened the score in 1 of their 4 of the games, and have a winning ratio of 0 percent when scoring the first goal.

In the next games in the Serie A, Salernitana will take on Sassuolo (away) on 25 September 2021, Genoa (home) on 01 October 2021 and Spezia (away) on 15 October 2021. Verona play Genoa (away) on 24 September 2021, Spezia (home) on 02 October 2021 and Milan (away) on 15 October 2021.

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