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Arnautovic injured against Roma - coach 'not optimistic'

Arnautovic injured against Roma – coach ‘not optimistic’

The meeting of Marko Arnautovic and his former coach Jose Mourinho on Wednesday was not very interesting for the Austrian striker. In the second leg against Roma, the Bologna striker was lying on the ground after a duel with a sore face after about a quarter of an hour and called for medical help. The 32-year-old, who scored six goals in the Italian soccer championship, was substituted in the 17th minute.

Arnautovic, who was a reserve at Inter Milan under coach Mourinho in the 2009-2010 season, said he had been struggling with thigh problems since preparing for the European Championship in June. Without the Austrian, Bologna won the match against Roma 1-0 and is eighth at the moment. Commenting on the failure of his striker after the match, coach Sinisa Mihajlovic said: “Tomorrow there will be an investigation, but we are not optimistic.” And Bologna meets Fiorentina at home on Sunday.

Napoli made a slip up front. The leaders of the standings were already 2-0 ahead of Sassuolo, but they had to content themselves with a 2-2 victory after conceding goals in the 72nd and 89th minutes. Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti received a red badge in stoppage time, and Sassuolo scored another goal that he has not yet given him Study video assistant referee.

And the pursuers of Milan showed no nudity behind the southern Italians. Inter beat Spezia 2-0 before Milan beat Genoa 3-0. Milan is now one point behind Napoli. And Zlatan Ibrahimovic made the “Rossoneri” striker in the tenth minute. Inter has not lost the third in seven league matches. Roberto Galliardini and Lautaro Martinez scored from the penalty shootout for the Black and Blue.

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