Parma’s 2-1 win over Genoa in the Scudetto on Saturday night saw the Parma defence go up 3-0 thanks to a brace from Kamael Khatib, but they will be left scratching their heads about their performance after they were reduced to 10 men in the second half.
Parma, who are still without their talismanic defender Mario Mandzukic due to a thigh injury, dominated the first half and dominated the rest of the half thanks to good work from goalkeeper Federico Pelle.
The hosts started brightly, with Mandzuka scoring twice after coming on as a second half substitute.
They did well to make life difficult for Genoa, who had more possession in the opening exchanges.
However, they soon lost it again, and the visitors were reduced by a brace in the 58th minute from Mario Mandza.
The second half was equally as good, as the ball moved from Mandzuki to Mario Mandzo in the box, and he lashed a shot past the helpless goalkeeper.
However, Khatil Kabir and Domenico Mancini had to make some saves from the Genoa defenders, who were unable to break down Parma with their pace and technical ability.