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Parma, 3 February 2024 - Parma's extraordinary heart and desire secure a hard-fought and well-deserved victory against Venezia, who are a direct contender for Serie A.


After a splendid first half, starting with Mihaila's goal (initially disallowed for offside, then corrected and validated by VAR), Pohjanpalo's equalizer complicated the plans. However, in the second half, Pecchia's team patiently waited until the 99’ minute to bend the orange and green. From a corner earned with strength and courage, it's Drissa Camara, a substitution made by Pecchia in the second half replacing Benedyczak (who suffered a blow to the forehead), scoring a beautiful volley from outside the box past Joronen, igniting the Tardini with joy.


The final score ends 2-1, and now the journey continues with a Saturday away game against Cittadella.



Scorers: 23’ Mihaila, 26’ Pohjanpalo, 99’ Camara


PARMA (4-2-3-1)

Chichizola; Coulibaly, Osorio, Circati, Di Chiara; Bernabé (82’ Cyprien), Hernani (77’ Estévez); Man, Bonny (77’ Charpentier), Benedyczak (67’ Camara); Mihaila (82’ Partipilo).

Unused substitutes: Turk, Corvi, Balogh, Delprato, Čolak, Sohm, Zagaritis.

Coach: Fabio Pecchia


VENEZIA (4-4-2)

Joronen; Candela, Altare, Svoboda, Sverko (91’ Idzes); Pierini, Busio (91’ Andersen), Tessmann, Ellertsson (67’ Zampano); Pohjanpalo (84’ Olivieri), Gytkjaer (68’ Bjarkason).

Unused substitutes: Bertinato, Grandi, Modolo, Tcherychev, Lella, Dembele, Ullmann.

Coach: Paolo Vanoli


REFEREE: Marchetti

Assistants: Di Iorio, Colarossi

Fourth official: Scatena

VAR: Marini AVAR: Paganessi

Booked: Tessmann, Ellertsson, Di Chiara, Camara

Corners: 11-5

Added time: 2’ 1st half - 9’ 2nd half

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