Crotone, lights and shadows in the friendly against Lecce Primavera


By John

The test with Lecce Primavera, the new Italian champions, ends in a draw (2-2).. In the first half he is the striker Gomez to give the sharks the lead by deflecting a perfect assist from Spaltro’s right into the goal. The Pythagoreans are close to doubling with D’Ursi and with Tribuzzi. The second half of the game is more balanced with Zauli changing all 11 players on the pitch while the Giallorossi make only three substitutions. As soon as he enters, Kodor settles the score. In the final it was the sharks who went close to the net but 2′ from the end it was another new substitute, Nikko, who overturned the result. In the recovery, Tumminello takes care of balancing the score by overcoming Leone in a scissor kick. There is still a lot to work for the sharks who performed well in the first half, but dropped off in the second half. There are many, in fact, who have to leave the shore of the Ionian (Branduani, Cuomo, Kargbo, Petriccione, Bernardotto, Cernigoi) and, consequently, just as many will have to arrive. Today the Pythagoreans will enjoy a day of rest and then resume tomorrow with a double session. On Saturday 5 August Crotone will be on stage in Paterno for a quadrangular tournament in which Picerno and Potenza will also take part, in addition to the hosts of the local team playing in Eccellenza. scoreboard
Crotone first half: D’Alterio; Spaltro, Mondonico, Bove, Giron; Felippe, Awua; Tribuzzi, Rojas, D’Ursi; Gomez. Herds Zauli Crotone second half: Lucano; Giannotti, Papini, Gigliotti, Crialese; Petriccione, Schir√≤; Pannitteri, Cantisani (24′ Guindo), Bruzzaniti; Tumminello. All. Zauli. Lecce Spring: Leo; Munoz (35’st Jaksic), Casalongue (30’st Dell’Acqua), Borgo (30’st Gueye), Pacia (1’st Russo), Zivanovic (1’st Davis), Daka (27’st Agrimi), Minerva (38’st Hegedus), Bruhn (1’st Kodor), Gromek (38′ Nikko), Agbonifo (15′ Sangiorgio). Herds Coppitelli.