Thursday, April 14, 2011

Grandi partite della Serie A : As Roma Parma Campionato 2000 2001

17 giugno 2001
34ª Giornata
Stadio Olimpico, 
Roma
Arbitro: Braschi (Prato)
Spettatori:  74.773

The Decisive 
Scudetto game

 Because of the Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, the season’s start was delayed until October 1, 2000. At the start of the campaign the favorites were the usual suspects: Ancelotti’s Juventus, Lippi’s Inter, Zaccheroni’s Milan, Capello’s Roma, Eriksson’s Lazio, and the possible outsiders being Malesani’s Parma and Fiorentina. At the start of the campaign Roma were ahead after the 3rd giornata but they were overtaken the following week by the two surprises of the season: Udinese and Atalanta. The Friulani were alone at the top until the 6th giornata when they were overtaken by Capello’s Roma who were alone at the top on November 12. 

The Giallorossi, with Francesco Totti playing like a world class superstar and Gabriel Batistuta scoring crucial goals started to keep up impressive streak of form that looked as if nobody could keep up with. On December 22nd at the Stadio Olimpico the big match with Juventus finished 0-0 and allowed Roma to go +6 over the second place Bianconeri at the winter break. Capello’s side continues their impressive form after the break, becoming winter champions on February 5th with a 6 point lead over Juventus and rivals Lazio, who after a disappointing start were starting to pick up steam and join the race.

Roma continued to chug along and get positive results, maintaining a safe distance from their two rivals. On April 1st, with Roma now +9 on Juventus and +12 on Lazio, many thought the season was finished, but the following Sunday the Giallorossi lost to Fiorentina and the day before Easter failed at home vs. Perugia, allowing Juve and Lazio to catch up. On May 6th in Torino the big match between Juventus and Roma was held with 6 points dividing the two sides: after Juventus going ahead 2-0 in the first half, Roma had the strength to come back and tie the match, scoring the 2 decisive goals in the last 10 minutes of the game. Much of the responsibility was placed of Juve goalkeeper Edwin Van der Sar, who was out of position on the first goal, and failed to hold the second one. On the third to last day, May 27th, Roma found themselves 4 points ahead of Juventus and could mathematically win the Scudetto the following Sunday in Napoli. Napoli however were fighting to avoid relegation and drew the Giallorossi at the San Paolo leaving it all in Roma’s hands on the last day. On June 17, 2001, Roma hosted Parma at the Olimpico while Juventus hosted Atalanta in Torino. Roma had to win to take the Scudetto, while Juventus needed Parma to defeat Roma and win vs. Atalanta. The Giallorossi didn’t fail, defeating Parma 3-1 (goals from Totti, Montella and Batistuta) and celebrating a historic title victory in a total madness.... (http://italy.theoffside.com)




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Roma: Antonioli 8, Zebina 8 (65’ Mangone 8), Samuel 8, Zago 8, Cafu 8, Tommasi 8, Emerson 8, Candela 8, Totti 9,5, Batistuta 8 (80’ Delvecchio 8), Montella 8 (80’ Nakata 8)

Parma: Buffon 8, Cannavaro P. 6, Thuram 6, Cannavaro F. 6, Sartor 5,5 (53’ Amoroso 5), Fuser 5,5, (57’ Boghossian 5), Almeyda 5 (76’ Benarrivo Sv), Sensini 6, Falsini 5, Milosevic 6, Di Vaio 6,5
    
Totti 19’
Montella 39’
Batistuta 80’
84’ Di Vaio

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