Vlahovic did not score, but Kean saved Juventus

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It was not Dusan Vlahovic, the starting substitute, who saved Juventus on Monday, but Moise Kean, with two minutes remaining, scored a ‘vecchia Signora’ winning goal at Sassuolo (1-2). Juventus are just one point behind Napoli, third.

In the match that closed on day 34 of Serie A, Giacomo Raspadori advanced to Sassuolo after a great play by Domenico Berardi, the main character of a great heel hit in the game in which he enabled his teammate .

As Vlahovic started the game on the bench, Paulo Dybala leveled the score for Massimiliano Allegri’s team, 4th in the table, with great goals (he scored 9 goals in the Italian championship) and placed thanks to this success. one point behind 3rd, Napoli, who lost to Empoli on Sunday (3-2). Dybala was replaced in the 55th minute by Vlahovic.

Napoli’s said defeat almost left a ‘scudetto’ in a battle between the two, Milan (leader with 74 points) and the defending champion, Inter (72). They are followed by Naples (67), Juventus (66) and Rome (58).

Punching Kyriakopoulos, the ball was recovered by Álvaro Morata, who was looking for Zakaria and eventually the ball for Dybala, who scored a great shot. Juventus claimed an earlier foul on goal by Raspadori and Sassuolo, to Dybala.

Against a Sassuolo who put up a good game (and suffered their second consecutive defeat in Serie A), everything seemed heading for a draw when Kean came to the rescue of Juventus to score the winning goal.

After a long pass by Leonardo Bonucci, Alex Sandro led the ball to Kean on the edge of the area. The Italian international made a diagonal shot a goal, with the co -operation of the Consigli goalkeeper’s mistake.

Source: La Verdad

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