A stumbling and bumbling Viola didn’t compete for 75 minutes and still fumbled a chance to take all 3 points.
Despite going behind early, the Viola completed a first half comeback to comfortably see the Blucerchiati out.
The Viola somehow manage to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
Fiorentina nearly survived a red card and hung on for their first draw, but an ex scored late; it was exactly what you expected.
The Viola in general and a certain Serbian striker in particular are just too much for the Ligurians to handle in a game that wasn’t ever close.
The Viola dominate the listless Sardinians and suddenly look like a contender again.
It’s beginning to look a lot more like Christmas after Fiorentina glisten in a 3-0 win away to Juventus
A look back on a historic win and a superb performance, could this be a new beginning?
It still feels like a shot to the guts, but at least it’s a shot to the guts that has the potential to be a learning experience.
Not many teams can score 5 on an off night. Not many teams (okay, just the one) are Fiorentina.
This is going to be a very fun year for Viola fans.
That wasn’t a bad note on which to end this stupid, stupid season.
Now that’s how you finish out the final game of the season at the Franchi.
Why yes, we will be addressing the state of officiating. How did you guess?
Turns out that Fortune can still be the best player on the pitch on any given matchday.
A calm, controlled Viola played intelligently, adjusted to the opponent’s tweaks, and took home a fairly routine and well-deserved 3 points at home. When’s the last time that happened?
3 points on the road is a wonderful thing, but let’s not get too carried away. It’s Lecce, yall.
The Viola suffered in this one nearly as much as their fans have all year.