In the evening postponement of the 4th matchday of Serie A, Roma beat Benevento 5-2 in comeback and hooked Inter at 7. Caprari the Olimpico freezes at 5 ‘, but the Giallorossi overturn the match in 4’ between 31 ‘and 35’ thanks to Pedro e Dzeko. The guests do not give up and find the equal to 55 ‘thanks to Lapadula, which scores after the penalty rejected by Mirante. At 69 ‘ Veretout from 11 meters ago tris, Dzeko makes poker at 77 ‘e Carles perez five at 89 ‘.
Pedro 7,5 – Great performance of the former Chelsea, who has the merit of recovering Caprari’s goal and with his speed drives Benevento crazy. He also gets the penalty of 3-2. When it comes out it deserves the right standing ovation
Dzeko 7,5 – For half an hour he runs off the area, but at the first good ball he strikes Montipò. In the second half, the goal of 4-2 is easy and easy and turns off the comeback ambitions of Inzaghi’s boys
Green 5.5 – Cross and delight of Rome. With an incorrect control he gives the penalty to Benevento, then redeems himself partially by displacing Montipò from 11 meters. His test today does not reach sufficiency.
Caprari 7 – After the brace against Inter, the former Parma takes away the whim of scoring for Roma as well. Especially in the first half he keeps the Giallorossi rearguard almost alone.
Iago Falque 5 – Together with Caprari one of the great ex of the game, but leaves no trace. In difficulty in retreating, with Spinazzola doing whatever he wants.
Montipò 5 – Good footing on Dzeko in the second half, not flawless on Pedro’s goal and then he is too hasty in the exit on the Spaniard who causes the penalty of 3-2.
Roma (4-2-3-1): Mirante 7; Santon 6 (28 ‘st Bruno Peres 6), Mancini 6.5, Ibanez 5.5 (32’ st Kumbulla sv), Spinazzola 6.5; Cristante 6.5, Veretout 5.5 (28 ‘st Villar 6.5); Pedro 7.5 (32 ‘st Carles Perez 6.5), Pellegrini 6, Mkhitaryan 7; Dzeko 7.5 (40 ‘st Borja Mayoral sv). Available.: Pau Lopez, Boer, Juan Jesus, Fazio, Darboe, Zalewski. All.: Fonseca 6.5
Benevento (4-3-2-1): Montipò 5; Letizia 5.5, Glik 6, Caldirola 6, Foulon 5.5 (41 ‘st May May); Ionita 6.5, Schiattarella 6 (37 ‘st Hetemaj sv), Dabo 6 (30’ st Improta 5.5); Iago Falque 5 (1 ‘st Insigne 6,5), Caprari 7; Lapadula 6 (37 ‘st Or sv). Available: Manfredini, Lucatelli, Tuia, Pastina, Basit, Di Serio, Tello. All.: F. Inzaghi 6
Markers: 5′ Caprari (B), 31′ Pedro (R), 35′ e 32′ st Dzeko (R), 10′ st Lapadula (B), 24′ st rig. Veretout (R), 44′ st Carles Perez (R)
Ammonites: Schiattarella (B), Ibanez (R), Veretout (R), Santon (R), Foulon (B)
Excluding the default defeat against Verona, Roma have not lost any of their last 11 games in Serie A (9W, 2N).
Roma have conceded goals in all their last eight home games; hadn’t collected such a long streak since April 2019 in Serie A (12 in that case).
Benevento scored six goals in the first four days of this championship. In his first tournament in A he scored 6 in the top 14.
Caprari’s against Roma is Benevento’s fastest goal in Serie A (4 ‘, 33 “).
The one against Roma is the 14th goal in Serie A away from Caprari, the first from outside the area.
For the first time in his career, Gianluca Caprari scored three goals in the first four Serie A matches.
The Olimpico is the stadium where Caprari has scored the most away goals in Serie A: three, all against Roma.
Third goal in this league for Caprari; in the whole Serie A 2017/18 only Diabaté (eight) and Coda (four) did better in a single season with the Bevenvento shirt.
Gianluca Caprari has participated in five goals in his last five league games (four goals and one assist).
Second goal in Serie A for Pedro, first at the Olimpico. Pedro hasn’t scored in two straight league games since August 2018 (in the Premier League, with Chelsea).
Edin Dzeko scored 80 Serie A goals with the Roma shirt, overtaking Rodolfo Volk and becoming the fifth best Giallorossi scorer in the top flight. The Bosnian striker is now three goals behind Vincenzo Montella (fourth best scorer with 83 seals in the top competition).
Dzeko has scored 14 goals in his last 11 appearances at the Olimpico in Serie A against opponents from Serie B. More generally, he has scored 23 times in the last 28 games played against newly promoted teams in the competition.
Antonio Mirante has saved two of the last four penalties faced in Serie A.
Gianluca Lapadula has scored six goals in his last eight Serie A appearances.
Jordan Veretout has converted 14 of the 16 penalties taken in Serie A, including all 7 shot with the Roma shirt.