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Completely unmanageable: hat-Trick in danskerduel

Genoa is known as Christopher Columbus's birthplace and for its lighthouse, which since 1543 has guided the lake people.

on Tuesday evening reached 195 centimeters Danish lighthouse by the name of Andreas Cornelius over everything and everyone in Italy's largest port city, as the Danish bombs scored a hat-trick in Parma's 4-1 victory over Genoa.

the City and the meeting with his Danish colleague Lasse Schöne, do one or the other at the long dane.

the hat trick was the season's second.

The first was scored in the opposite battle 20. October, where poor Genoa visited Parma with smacking at 5-1 to follow.

But they also have some challenges with their settings.

By Andreas Cornelius' first goal he allowed to stand uncovered in the field. Three men are around him by the second goal, and he will still be allowed to poke it in.

Ambience fails also, by the third goal, where Cornelius runs in front of two defenders and distinguished udplacerer keeper with a header.

The Danish bombs is now listed for 11 hits in this season.

Lasse Schöne near vienna a penalty which triggered the reduction to the home side, before Parma Dejan Kulusevski cemented the three points.

Lukas Lerager sat on the bench throughout the match for Genoa, while Peter Ankersen was not a part of the kamptruppen.

the Victory is the first for Parma, since the Series A restart after the corona break.

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European football is thus still within reach for the club, which now occupies seventh place in the league with three points up for Napoli in sixth place, which triggers the Europa League-qualification.

For Lasse Schöne and Genoa threaten relegation, however.

Only a better goal difference than Lecce on 18. the square keep the club clear of the relegation zone.

Andreas Cornelius was not the only former FCK-player with success in Italian football on Tuesday night.

The Danish-Swedish goalkeeper Robin Olsen dished up with an awesome rescue late in the match at position 0-0, when he, along with Cagliari won 1-0 out of the Spal. It was Cagliari's first win in 12 league matches.

the remaining 11 rounds of the Series A.

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