Frosinone

Seria A: Udinese vs Frosinone 0-0
Udinese, Frosinone

Seria A: Udinese vs Frosinone 0-0

By Score More Udinese and Frosinone settled for a tense 0-0 draw at the Dacia Arena on Saturday night. Matias Soule's debut for Eusebio Di Francesco's squad, following his loan move from Juventus, didn't unfold as expected. Udinese entered the match in pursuit of their first win of the season, having only secured one point from the opening two rounds. Meanwhile, Frosinone aimed to capitalize on their impressive 2-1 home victory over Atalanta the previous weekend. Despite both teams launching attacks, neither managed to gain a decisive edge in the attacking third. The first contentious moment arose in the 28th minute when referee Marco Guida initially pointed to the penalty spot after a Frosinone player went down inside Udinese's 18-yard box. However, following a VAR review, he rever...
Frosinone Stuns Atalanta with Spectacular Victory: A Tale of Emotions and Triumph in Serie A
Frosinone

Frosinone Stuns Atalanta with Spectacular Victory: A Tale of Emotions and Triumph in Serie A

By Score More * FROSINONE - "You can call them emotions if you want," sang the great Lucio Battisti. At the 'Benito Stirpe-Psc Arena,' emotions were in abundance. A magnificent Frosinone defeats Atalanta 2-1 in a beautiful match and secures the first 3 points of the Serie A season. Di Francesco's team concludes the first 45 minutes with a double advantage, thanks to goals from Harroui in the 5th minute and Monterisi in the 24th minute. Only the yellow-blue team on the field, dominating the scene for 50 minutes and 30 seconds, and coming close to a third goal with Baez and Mazzitelli. In the second half, Atalanta pushes forward relentlessly, with Zapata finding a goal in the 11th minute. Then Cerofolini steps up, showcasing the canaries' tremendous determination. They come close to a 3-1...
Napoli Begins Serie A Season with a 3-1 Victory Against Frosinone
Frosinone, Napoli

Napoli Begins Serie A Season with a 3-1 Victory Against Frosinone

By Scoring More Napoli, the current Italian champion, kicked off the season with a 3-1 victory at home against the newly promoted Frosinone on Saturday (19th), in a match from the first round of Serie A. At the start of their campaign to defend the title, Napoli was led by their new coach Rudi Garcia, who returned to the Italian league over seven years after leaving Roma (2013-16). The initial minutes of the match were challenging for the reigning champion, who conceded a goal just 7 minutes in after a penalty committed by the Swedish player Jens Cajuste, signed this August. The Moroccan Abdou Harroui converted the penalty. Matteo Politano leveled the score by capitalizing on a poorly cleared shot by the Frosinone defense (24'). Then it was the turn of the Nigerian star Victor Osimh...