After failing to win the first four stages in a situation that had not happened to him since the 1961-1962 season, Juventus sighed with relief at their first victory, which came with great difficulty at the loss of its host Specia 3-2 in the fifth leg of the Italian Football League.
The new-old coach, Massimiliano Allegri, was desperate for this win, which is believed to give the “old lady” the motivation they need to start his season after a disappointing start. Malmo started the Champions League with a 3-0 win over Sweden outside his rules.
Spaniard Alvaro Morada scored in the last minute against Milan (1-1), with the participation of Federico Cesa, in support of his return to the club. But without performance in front of the target.
However, in the 28th minute Al-Faraj came through Kane, who got the ball after the head of Frenchman Adrian Robiote, so he scored his first goal after returning to him “Pianconary”.
But the shots of the last four stages were repeated as Specia quickly managed to equalize with an excellent goal from Italian-Ghana Emmanuel Kiaci, who penetrated the left side before starting the ball curve almost to the top left from the outskirts of that side. Stunned Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczecin (33) corner of the goal.
According to “Opta” for stats, Juventus have shaken the net in their nineteenth consecutive game in the local league, something that did not happen with Turin’s prowess when they failed to keep a clean sheet in 21 consecutive games since 1955.
At the start of the second half, Spacia snatched the goal from a quick counter-attack by Frenchman Janice Andist, who handled Leonardo Bonucci into the penalty area, starting from the middle of the pitch. The ball to the right of Chechnya (49).
Although Manuel Locatelly and Morata entered after him, Juventus struggled to reach the net. Pay it, but it fell in front of the former Fiorentina player and shot it into the net (66).
Dutch defender Matthijs de Ligt scored after the goal, but the goal fell and the goal fell in front of the former Ajax player and hit the net (72).
After the first defeat of Roma coach Portuguese Jose Marino in the final, Croatian Igor Tudor led his new team Hellos Verona with goals from Croatian Nicola Kalinic outside the rules of Salernitana and led to a second consecutive victory. (7 and 29).
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