Juventus and Salernitana experienced one of the most chaotic and drama-filled finales in recent Serie A memory this evening.
Losing 2-0 at halftime, the Bianconeri mounted a second half comeback, drawing level 2-2 in the final minutes of the affair thanks to a Leonardo Bonucci goal.
Chaos ensued moments later after Juve’s Arek Milik scored a glancing header from a corner kick. Already on a yellow card, the Polish international was sent off for removing his shirt during his goal celebration.
However, the goal was ruled off after VAR determined Bonucci was in an offside position and interfered with play. The decision caused an uproar with the Bianconeri and resulted in Max Allegri and Juan Cuadrado being sent off alongside Salernitana’s Federico Fazio.
Lazio scored twice in the second half to secure all three points against a scrappy Hellas Verona.
Ciro Immobile opened the scoring midway through the second after the Venetian side frustrated the Biancocelesti throughout the first sixty minutes.
A late Luis Alberto goal sealed the result for Maurizio Sarri’s men, who earned their third win of the season and remain three points behind league-leaders Napoli.
Two quickfire second-half goals earned Bologna a much-needed win just days after manager Sinisa Mihajlovic was sacked.
Attacking duo Musa Barrow and Marko Arnautović found the back of the net just a few minutes after Fiorentina’s Lucas Martínez Quarta scored the opener. It marked the first time Bologna defeated La Viola in a league match since February 2013.
The club’s CEO Claudio Fenucci revealed on Saturday that former Spezia boss Tiago Motta would replace Mihajlovic.