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Lookman for Juve’s reaction

Lookman for Juve's reaction

After having experienced one of the worst weeks in its history, with the -15 in the classification that is only the first legal battle of this 2023, Juventus wanted to react in the green with a victory against Atalanta. It couldn’t be: Allegri’s team jumped onto the field with enthusiasm and knew how to react to various blows, but had to settle for a draw that leaves them in ninth place and their rival in fifth, two points behind the Champions League.

At the Allianz Stadium came one of the worst possible rivals at the moment, especially after a 5-1 suffered in Naples and the blow of the FIGC Court of Appeal. Gasperini’s team came from two consecutive wins (8-2 against Salernitana and 5-2 with Spezia in the Cup), and made it clear that their weapons were very hot. After just five minutes, Lookman opened the can with an individual initiative and a powerful shot that doubled the hands of an imperfect Szczesny. The visitors lost Palomino due to injury and the Vecchia Signora, little by little, reacted. The alarm clock went off with the help of the VAR, thanks to a tackle by Ederson on Fagioli in the area that was a penalty thanks to the help of the VAR. Di María put the tables from eleven meters in the 25 ‘, and ten minutes later the comeback was completed thanks to a cross from Fagioli that Milik took advantage of with a great shot at first touch.

Juventus’ great moment ended as soon as the 22 players returned to the green after the break. At 46′, Lookman found Maehle in the rival area with a through ball, who beat Szczesny without trouble. Y the Deain the 53rd minute, even went ahead again with the unstoppable ex from Leicester, who With a precise header from Boga’s pass, he scored his 13th goal in the 19 games this season. It was too harsh a punishment for Juve, who tied from set pieces. Daniloone of the best in recent weeks, received the ball from Di María and beat Musso with a whip from the front.

The ups and downs continued in the final phase of the clash, but the physical wear and tear began to take its toll and the pace of play dropped, leaving a fair tie on the scoreboard.


merih demiral (14′, Jose Luis Palomino), Frederick Chiesa (60′, Philip Kostic), Mario Pasalic (65′, Jérémie Boga), Fabio Miretti (73′, Angel Di Maria), moise kean (73′, Arkadiusz Milik), John Square (80′, Nicolo Fagioli), Louis Muriel (82′, Rasmus Højlund), berat djimsiti (82′, Ederson), Matteo Ruggeri (83′, Joakim Maehle)


0-1, 4′: Ademola Lookman1-1, 24′: say mary2-1, 33′: milik2-2, 45′: Joakim Maehle2-3, 52′: Ademola Lookman3-3, 64′: Danilo


Referee: Livio Marinelli
VAR referee: Davide Massa, Antonio Giua
Ederson Silv (48′,Yellow) Frederick Chiesa (92′,Yellow) Hans Hateboer (92′,Yellow)

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