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Italy is one of the european countries that have been hardest hit by the coronavirus. But Saturday's restart in fodboldligaen Serie A are a symbol of, to more normal times, is on the way.
The first match after the coronapausen stood between the Turin and Parma, who each scored once and played to a 1-1 draw. Danish Andreas Cornelius got full playing time for the guests.
Parma on the seventh place struggling to download Napoli, as after Saturday's match, have three points more as the number six. Torino is three points above the relegation zone at number 15.
In early april, the Italian top football put on pause indefinitely because of the extensive coronaudbrud in the country.
the Country had on Saturday night registered approximately 238.000 coronasmittede, while 34.000 persons is found dead with a corona.
Even though the top football on Saturday was back, it was not with the spectators in the stands.
But even for the empty grandstands at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino, there was fierce fight for the points.
the Turin defender Nicolas N'Koulou scored the first goal after the restart with a powerful header on a corner kick after a quarter of an hour.
Just as much power there was in the other end of Jurac Kuckas shot, via Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigus gloves stroking into the net for 1-1.
The former Arsenal player Gervinho was the paper that brought Parma back into the match.
In the second half of the match was Andrea Belotti is a great chance to be the big hero for Torino, but from the penalty spot, he was read by goalkeeper Luigi Sepe.
Later Saturday meet Verona and Cagliari, and then there are otherwise good time in Italian football again.
Førerholdet Juventus will play its first match on Monday away to Bologna. The team is a point ahead of Lazio in the table before the last 12 matches.
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