Bologna keep up Champions League push with vital victory over Salernitana

Bologna registered a league double over Salernitana for the first time ever in Serie A with a comfortable 3-0 victory at
the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara, reinforcing their bid to secure direct UEFA Champions League qualification in the process.

Having gone down to Inter by the narrowest of margins at home last time out, it was imperative for the Rossoblu to
get back to winning ways at the Dall’Ara.

And Riccardo Orsolini stepped up to the task inside the opening 15 minutes, dispatching an unstoppable drive into the
far-left corner from the edge of the box, giving Salernitana shot-stopper Benoit Costil virtually no chance.

The hosts, however, soon gifted Simy the chance to level the scoreline following a defensive mishap, only to see Federico
Ravaglia stand firm to brilliantly preserve his side’s lead.READ MORE

Just as Orsolini broke the deadlock with a stunner, it was Alexis Saelemaekers’ turn on the stroke of half-time,
with the AC Milan loanee unleashing a thunderbolt into the roof of the net from outside the box to double
the hosts’ advantage at the break.

As the only Serie A side yet to score beyond the hour mark on their travels, Stefano Colantuono, now in his third spell
in charge of Salernitana, perhaps had little hope to see his side lodge a comeback.

Bologna ultimately proved to be a notch above the visitors, controlling the second half with ease and even adding
a third in stoppage time through Charalampos Lykogiannis, who expertly finished off a flowing team move to secure a sixth straight undefeated against the Salerno natives.

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