In truth, aside from Fiorentina's two goals in this match, there isn't an awful lot else to say. After back to back league defeats, the game away to Hellas Verona saw a return to the style of possession based play that saw wins ground out against Carpi and Bologna.
The deadlock was broken after 25 minutes when Manuel Pasqual delivered a dangerous cross into the box. Under pressure from Nikola Kalinić, Verona's Rafael Márquez got into a mix up with 'keeper Pierluigi Collini and bumbled the ball over the line. The goal had been coming, as just minutes earlier, Pasqual had whipped in an almost identical cross only for Kalinić to hit the side netting.
The second goal came after the break, with Giuseppe Rossi sending the ball across the penalty area in the 57th minute, for Kalinić to fire home with ease.
The important thing to take away from this game was that Fiorentina are showing that they are resilient. After back to back defeats on a wet Wednesday night, away from home, to a struggling team; this could easily have become a massive setback. Instead Paulo Sousa has picked his team up, dusted them off and continued with the style of play that has worked so well this season. The fixture list was unkind in selecting consecutive matches against Napoli and AS Roma, however if the team respond in this way, those two defeats may prove to be insignificant come the end of the season.