|Goals: 8′ pt. Bortoletti (T), 30′ Millico (T).|
Torino: Coppola, Tofanari, Rivoira, Buongiorno, Bedino (36′ st. Giraudo), D’Alena (15′ st. Oukhadda), Mele, Traore (1′ st. Piscopo), Bortoletti (20′ st. Luise), Millico (36′ st. Dieye), De Luca (15′ st. Tobaldo). A disp.: Savatovic, Friedenlieb, Auriletto, Berardi, Gjuci, Samake, Viola, Drovetti. All.: Coppitelli.
Reggiana: Errera, Masini, Blandamura, Massari (29′ st. Capitani), Cotroneo (8′ st. Guerri), Mecca (29′ st. Sadik), Boccalari (8′ st. Rivi), Zaccariello, Kone Mamadou (1′ st. Tamagnini), Mastropiero (8′ st. Spirito), Storchi (24′ st. Sula). A disp.: Cavallini, Rivi, Vernocchi, Borghi. All.: Zanetti.
Referee: Cinque di Pistoia.
Bookings: Mele (R), Bedini (T), Zaccariello (R).
The Ac Reggiana Berretti closes the Viareggio Cup up with a defeat against a powerhouse in Italian academy football – Torino Calcio. 2-0 at the full time for “Toro”, but the Paolo Zanetti’s team deserved every credit for the effort, the attitude and the courage they showed in this circumstance too. Torino was far superior in the first 45 minutes and it showed by going up 2-0. The second half, though, was a whole different story, because Reggiana played its heart out, and created some interesting scoring chance and was able to keep the game alive.
The Reggiana finishes the tournament with 0 points in the table but with a baggage full of applauses and the awarness of being a respected reality in the youth soccer landscape.