A pair of really lovely efforts from the Viola were just enough to see off the feisty Squali.
A superb second-half effort from the Viola is undone in just a moment during extra time when the team only had to hang on for another two minutes.
The large young Viola men proved crucial at either end as the good guys earned a deserved win at the Franchi.
The Viola made things interesting but were ultimately undone by their inability to mark the back post.
2020 has been the weirdest year anyone can remember and stayed true to form.
This was always going to be tough watching, but some abysmal refereeing meant it was downright punishing on the eyes.
The Viola tally a huge victory over the Neroverdi with a goal apiece, much to everyone’s astonishment.
But for the grace of Drągowski this would’ve been more than a routine humiliation for the Viola.
The dumbest damn team in the world somehow comes away with a point.
The Viola slumped to the exact sort of defeat we expected, and it’s still surprising how much it stings.
It was grim and gritty and almost unwatchable until Tòfol Montiel decided to do something about it.
The Viola star in a calcio adaption of "How to Do Nothing."
A lifeless Viola outfit offered no resistance to the Giallorossi, who never even needed to click into high gear.
First-time goalscorers Lorenzo Venuti and José Callejón are just enough to ease a nearly unwatchable Fiorentina past the Serie C outfit.
Inspired by Gaetano Castrovilli, the Viola barely manage not to choke away another 2-0 lead to a Serie A bottom feeder.
Another week, another incredibly disappointing result.
An instant classic game for the neutral and for Inter fans, but the Viola will be ruing at least a point they let slip away.
The Viola open the campaign with a well-deserved win.
There are so many dang goals here oh my goodness.
Holy smokes is Fiorentina ready for this season.
The Viola finish off this bizarre season with a deserved win against the cellar dwellers and build some momentum heading into next year.
Now that’s how you close out the final home game of the season: a 4-goal outburst in the second half and a hat trick for Chiesa.
Fiorentina end up losing on another non-existent penalty at the Olimpico.
It took a lot of luck and some world class goalkeeper play, but the Viola emerge from the San Siro with a point.
The Viola get their first win at the Artemio Franchi since beating SPAL on 12 January, and they do it in convincing fashion.
Fiorentina were the better team and got the win, which only happens about four times a year.
Snatching a point at the death feels like a massive win sometimes.
Well, that wasn’t particularly interesting.
The Viola get the better of their hosts in a battle of spot kicks.
Well. That was pretty awful.
Some shocking refereeing sees the Biancocelesti keep their title hopes alive, but the Viola have every right to be furious about how it happened.
It’s getting surreal in Florence.
Godendomi questa bellissima città prima dell'inizio dell'@EuropaLeague pic.twitter.com/pxjkb7SHJN— Mario Suárez (@MarioSuarez4) September 16, 2015
Godendomi questa bellissima città prima dell'inizio dell'@EuropaLeague pic.twitter.com/pxjkb7SHJN