Graced by Johnsen at the start, he raises Mateju’s southpaw for a corner (78th).
Kicks high from the edge with the right (42 °), is cautioned in the final.
Returns promptly on a couple of occasions, right yellow to tackle on Cuisance.
He closes well on Svoboda, a nice insidious cross (13th). He shows himself pure forward, with no luck
At 20 ° he loses a very bad ball on the edge of the area. Go left at the Lykogiannis exit. Sale with greater frequency and close to the goal from a few steps (60th).
Perky and sought after by his teammates, varied everywhere between the median and the attack. He risks the second yellow for too much determination. He love tears at the triple whistle.
Well on the loose balls in his area, he defends and starts again in order. He did nothing wrong.
A dangerous pass at the start of the race, avoidable foul on Cuisance.
Nervous and uncoordinated in some circumstances, he goes out in 34th due to a muscle problem.
More involved than usual in the maneuver, he sees some crosses arriving in the area. One addressed him weakly head (39 °).
JOÃO PEDRO 5
Few balls he can play, he seemed unglued from the rest of the team.
ROG (from 34th, for Lykogiannis) 6
He shoots at Maenpaa from outside, the goalkeeper takes it away with one hand. He tries again. He hits his desperation composed on the grass of the Penzo at the end of the race.
LOVATO (from 58th, for Ceppitelli) 6
He punctually enters Johnsen, wins some contrasts in the useless Rossoblù assault.
MARIN (from the 58th, for Deiola) 5
He gets stubborn with a personal action, ending with the loss of the ball. The last performance of a season below expectations.
KEITA BALDÉ (from the 80th, for Pavoletti) 5.5
He tries his head (85 °), conclusion deflected for a corner.
PEREIRO (from the 80th, for Grassi) 6
His poisonous attempt in the 88th minute brings Cagliari closer to scoring, but only exacerbates the bitterness.
He failed in a feat that proved impossible, with three to go. His efforts to save the shack were useless. Impossible to expect anything. Perhaps, we just have to say “thank you”.