Ghanaian midfielder Alfred Duncan showcased his playmaking skills, playing a pivotal role in Fiorentina securing a point against Frosinone at the Stadio Benito Stirpe.
In the sixth round of the Italian Serie A, the two teams engaged in an enthralling match, with the home side maintaining their unbeaten streak, now extended to five games.
The opening goal came in the 19th minute when Nicolás González scored with a powerful header into the far corner after receiving a precise cross from Alfred Duncan.
In the second half, Matías Soulé, on loan from Juventus, found the back of the net, marking his first goal since joining the team. This equalizer brought joy to the home fans with just 20 minutes remaining in the match.
Despite additional attempts from both sides, there were no further goals, and the match ended in a draw.
Following the result, Fiorentina and Frosinone occupy the seventh and eighth positions in the standings, with 11 and nine points, respectively.
Alfred Duncan’s crucial assists mean that he has now contributed to four goals in just five games, scoring one and providing three assists.