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Salernitana lost again, but this time Guillermo Ochoa had nothing to do with it

For the third time in a row, salernitana was defeated in Serie Aalthough this time Guillermo Ochoa, who has won several goals since he arrived in Italy, was not responsible for receiving the goalssince he saw the 90 minutes of the game from the bench.

This is the second game in a row that Paco Memo is a substituteafter the return of the starting goalkeeper of the team, Luigi Sepe, who recently recovered from injury.

Unfortunately for the Italian team, the change at goal has not improved their run in the tournament, as they have not won with Sepe in goal. The team’s last victory dates back almost a month, when on January 27 they defeated Lecce 1-2 with Memo Ochoa defending the goal.

on this occasion the defeat was 0-2 at home against Lazio. Despite the fact that Salernitana endured the entire first half without receiving annotations, for the second things changed and at minute 60 the Roma team went ahead on the scoreboard with a left-footed shot from point-blank range by Ciro Immobile that struck down Sepe.

Nine minutes later the goalscorer for the Águilas scored twice, via a penalty, after a foul by the goalkeeper from the Salerno team. The play was reviewed by the VAR and validated by the whistler shortly after.

With this result, Lazio moved up one step in the general table of Serie A and was positioned in fifth place, reviving their chances of qualifying for the Champions League; while the team where Memo Ochoa plays remained at 23 units and occupying the 16th step, only two places from the red zone of relegation, currently occupied by Hellas Verona, Sampdoria and Cremonese.

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