25 October 2020 Fiorentina suffers but wins, who beat Udinese 3-2 at the 'Franchi' who reacted too late.
Thus the match at 6pm on Sunday of the fifth day of Serie A. The viola return to the success, which was missing from the first day, and rise to 7 points.
The Friulian bianconeri remain nailed to an altitude of 3. A hard-fought match between two teams whose path so far has not been exciting.
Fiorentina won with Torino on their debut, then lost to Inter and at home to Sampdoria, and equaled to Spezia on the last day.
Three defeats in a row for the bianconeri with Verona, Rome and Spezia (recovery of the first day), and the first 3 points with Parma before the break.
Viola in the lead with Castrovilli on 11 ', who comes in tow on the ball behind Biraghi.
The doubling of Fiorentina sees the same players as protagonists as inspirers: Biraghi brushes a free kick, Castrovilli finishes and Milenković bags with his head (21 ', validated after Var consultation).
Friulian reaction with Lasagna, who calls Drąngowski to the detour (36 ').
Before the break Udinese shortens the distance: de Paul puts it in the middle, Caceres deflects it and Okaka heads for the ball, bagging (43 ').
At the start of the second half, the purple trio brings the usual signatures: in the fray, Biraghi touches for Castrovilli who avoids De Maio and with a great right beats Nicolas (51 ').
In the 61st minute Drąngowski's miracle from Okaka's close blow after de Paul's free kick.
Viola goalkeeper still protagonist in the 72nd minute, when he has to fly to corner a great Deulofeu shot.
At 86 'Okaka again heads the net (cross from Forestieri from the left) and keeps Friulian hopes alive in the final.
But the result does not change even after 5 'of recovery.