A goal in each half, to pocket three points that fatten the standings, lengthen the positive streak and give some confidence to the environment.
The second round for Bologna begins as well as they beat Spezia in a game they controlled from start to finish in anticipation at Friday aperitif time, returning to win at Dall'Ara as it hadn't happened in before the World Cup.
Posch decides it, in the first half, good at finding the right shot on the developments of a corner kick and monetizing the rossoblù pressure and Orsolini, who closes it in the second half by removing from Spezia even the desire to try to straighten a game that should have bring points to keep clear of the mudflats of the leaderboard.
Thiago Motta's device to continue coping with Arnautovic's absence works thanks to the sacrifice of Zirkzee and the incursions of a rapidly growing Orsolini.
That of Gotti works less, also without the main offensive end Nzola: the Bologna goalkeeper Skorupski saved the result at the end of the first half, but he did not have a particularly busy evening.
Unlike his colleague and compatriot Dragowski who was instead one of the best of him.
The match took half an hour to ignite, when Zirkzee engaged the Spezia goalkeeper on a deflected shot for a corner, on whose developments Dragowski was again called into question to stop a Ferguson header.
General rehearsal of the goal, which arrived again on the developments of a corner and a half cross by Orsolini,
with Posch striker by chance: the Austrian defender found himself in the right place at the right time doing the right thing.
Spezia's reaction is a conclusion from Reca retaliated by Skorupski, on which Gyasi fails to equalize.
Gotti is also forced to deal with the injuries that affect his substitutions: Kovalenko leaves first, then Moutinho.
And when in the final the technician from La Spezia puts in his points to attempt the assault, Spezia not only fails to make himself particularly dangerous, but opens up prairies to the opponent's counterattack.
And when, shortly after half an hour of the second half, Dominguez launches in front of goalkeeper Orsolini (who just before had a goal disallowed for offside) his left foot under the crossbar effectively ends hostilities and sends, at least for one night,