Giovani SIMEONE got himself a goal and an assist for Fiorentina while Lucas OCAMPOS scored for Marseille and Luciano VIETTO assisted for Fulham.
With his father Diego SIMEONE in the stands, Giovani SIMEONE bagged himself a goal and an assist in Fiorentina’s 6-1 win against Chievo. SIMEONE, who has been called-up to the Argentina team, assisted Marco BENASSI with a cross in for the third goal of the match.
Giovani would later add his name to the tally in the 93rd minute as his shot went through the legs of the goalkeeper. Fellow Argentine international and club captain German PEZZELLA played the full 90 minutes for Fiorentina.
Giovani SIMEONE assist
Giovani SIMEONE goal
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Another former River Plate man scored in Europe as Lucas OCAMPOS got his first goal of the season in Marseille 2-2 draw against Rennes. OCAMPOS got the rebound off just centimeters in front of goal.
Luciano VIETTO did not score like Roberto PEREYRA did earlier in England but he had two assists to his name in Fulham’s 4-2 win against Burnley. The first was a simple pass just three minutes in as Jean Michael SERI scored an absolute screamer of a goal. The second was a cross sent in which found the head of Aleksandar MITROVIC as he made it 2-1 for Fulham.
VIETTO looked like an absolute star as he created five goalscoring chances including one big chance which fell to Andre SCHURRLE but the German had shit shot saved by Joe HART.