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Loopy Ending on the U-Energy Stadium!

REFEREE: Mr. Fabbri from Ravenna
NOTES: Yellow Playing cards: Kyriakopoulos (M), Bremer, Milik (J); Added Time: 1st Half 2′, 2nd Half 5′



A late drama on the U-Energy Stadium noticed Juventus snatch a last-gasp 2-1 win over Monza to raise themselves high of the Serie A desk as they look forward to Inter to tackle Napoli on Sunday night time. Federico Gatti was the surprising hero of the day as he scored Juventus’ winner on 94 minutes, only a few seconds after Valentin Carboni had equalized Adrien Rabiot’s early opener for the Bianconeri

Raffaele Palladino lined up his Monza facet in a 3-4-2-1 style the place Patrick Ciurria was deployed within the heart ahead place. Massimiliano Allegri answered along with his typical 3-5-2 lineup that includes Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic upfront. Hans Nicolussi Caviglia collected his second cap as a starter in a row, whereas Alex Sandro reclaimed his spot in Allegri’s again three.

Juventus had an opportunity to open the scoring early on however Michele Di Gregorio confirmed as soon as once more to be probably the greatest up-and-coming goalkeepers in Italy as he denied Vlahovic from the spot. Giorgos Kyriakopoulos held Andrea Cambiaso within the field and the referee had no hesitation to permit a penalty. Di Gregorio pushed again Vlahovic’s shot and even his subsequent try and faucet the ball in.

However Monza’s pleasure didn’t final lengthy because the Bianconeri broke the impasse from the following nook kick. Nicolussi Caviglia served Rabiot in the midst of the field and the Frenchman beat Di Gregorio with a medical header.

Juventus ought to have made it two on 33 minutes however, this time, from one other nook kick, Gatti extremely failed to fit the ball house from level clean vary and despatched it crashing into the stands of the U-Energy Stadium. 

Palladino reshuffled his playing cards after the restart however the Biancorossi by no means actually managed to check Wojciech Szczesny. Their first shot got here from substitute Lorenzo Colombo, however the Milan youth academy product’s try sailed astray. 

It appeared like Juventus would take the three factors house the Allegri method, i.e., scoring early on after which defending their slim lead, however the match took a very totally different flip throughout stoppage time as Monza discovered the again of the web from their very first shot on course. It was a gem from 18-year-old Valentin Carboni, who conjured a unbelievable curl from the sting of the field that took Szczesny unexpectedly. 

And nonetheless, the Bianconeri had some extra gas left within the tank and managed to place their heads once more earlier than the referee would blow for full time. Rabiot’s development alongside the suitable flank ended with a cross in the midst of the field which Gatti in some way managed to push previous the objective line after initially lacking the ball.  

Allegri and co. thus managed to increase their non-losing streak to 9 video games and will probably be having fun with the view from high of the league desk a minimum of till Sunday. The strain is all on Inter now. 

 

MATCH SCORECARD

December 1, 2023 – Serie A 2021-2022 Spherical 14
MONZA – JUVENTUS 1-2

SCORERS: 12′ Rabiot (J), 91′ Carboni (M), 94′ Gatti (J) 

MONZA (3-4-2-1): Di Gregorio; D’Ambrosio, Pablo Marì (65′ A. Carboni), Caldirola; Birindelli (46′ Colombo), Machin (46′ Mota Carvalho), Pessina, Gagliardini, Kyriakopoulos (65′ Pedro Pereira); Ciurria, Colpani (76′ V. Carboni) (Lamanna, Sorrentino, Gori, Akpa Akpro, F. Carboni, Bettella, Maric, Bondo, Cittadini) Coach: Palladino
JUVENTUS (3-5-2): Szczesny; Gatti, Bremer, Alex Sandro; Cambiaso (86′ Locatelli), McKennie, Nicolussi Caviglia (69′ Danilo), Rabiot, Kostic; Vlahovic (69′ Milik), Chiesa (75′ Kean) (Perin, Pinsoglio, Huijsen, Rugani, Miretti, Nonge, Yildiz, Iling-Junior) Coach: Allegri

REFEREE: Mr. Fabbri from Ravenna
NOTES: Yellow Playing cards: Kyriakopoulos (M), Bremer, Milik (J); Added Time: 1st Half 2′, 2nd Half 5′


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