The Uruguayan Gastón Pereiro changed the face of Cagliari this Tuesday, by jumping onto the field at game time when his team was losing 0-1 and by giving an assist and scoring a goal that earned the victory 2-1 against Bologna, in the game that closed the program of the 21st round of Serie A.
Pereiro scored his first league goal of the course in the 93rd minute of the Sardinia Arena clash and culminated a comeback that began in the 70th minute, when the Uruguayan midfielder himself gave the assist for Leonardo Pavoletti’s 1-1.
Bolonia, who played with Argentine Nico Domínguez as the starter, had gone ahead at the start of the restart with an excellent direct free kick from Riccardo Orsolini, a talented left-handed winger that Sevilla likes.
The comeback allowed Cagliari to add their second consecutive victory and place before last, with 16 points, just one point from the saving zone. Bologna is 12th, with 27 points.