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Juventus failed again. This time he suffered because of Khvicha. Video

Date: April 20, 2024 Time: 07:22:50

Juventus failed again. This time he suffered because of Khvicha. Video

Grigory Telingater March 4, 2024, 01:09 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

“Napoli” with great difficulty, but still achieved victory at the end of the match.

On matchday 27 of Serie A, Juventus and Napoli faced each other, two problematic teams. Massimiliano Allegri’s boys had only won once in the previous five games (and even then with great difficulty). And the reigning champions rotate fiercely among their coaches and have fallen to ninth place. Although, according to statistics, Napoli is not so bad: it leads the Italian championship in both shots and possession.

In reality, this is how the game started: with the locals in possession of the ball. It is true that Juventus created the best moments. In the 10th minute, the ball went inches from the post after a header from Dusan Vlahovic. And then the forward shot at exactly the same post, leaving him face to face with the goalkeeper.

Napoli also had their moments, which traditionally attacked a lot on the left wing and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, respectively. Hamed Traoré, on loan from Bournemouth, returned to play in midfield for the hosts, but he did not really enter the game. The first two sheds are in milk. He then shot wide and, at the end of the first half, was sharply cut off in his own goal, and Napoli was only saved by an inaccurate shot from Vlahovic.

Naples – Juventus

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Piotr Zielinski, who would become an Inter player in the summer, watched all this from the bench. In the Italian Championship, the footballer was at least able to sit on the bench. In the Champions League, Napoli rejected the Pole. And yet, it was the hosts who opened the scoring: Khvicha fired a touch into the near corner. Wojciech Szczesny is having a good season, but he couldn’t withstand this blow.

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After the break, Juventus improved. The guests continued to play for Vlahovic, who tried to take the initiative. In terms of shots, the guests even surpassed Napoli, who had around 70% of the ball. Given all this, Francesco Calzona decided to make a triple change, refreshing both the defense, the midfield and the attack: Leo Estigor, Zielinski and Giacomo Raspadori entered. He didn’t help. Juventus equalized the score.

In the 82nd minute, Federico Chiesa made a great shot, between the legs of Matías Olivera and straight into the far corner. Carlos Alcaraz gives his first assist in the Italian Championship. Surprisingly, Napoli had not fired a single shot in the second half at this point.

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However, Juventus’ joy ended quickly. Three minutes later, Napoli took a penalty. Joseph Bende, 18, who came on as a substitute, stepped on Victor Osimhen’s foot. The referee missed that moment, but the VAR prompted him. Szczesny stopped the Nigerian’s shot from 11 meters, but Raspadori was unable to finish. After this, the Juventus coach made a reverse change, removing the young Bönde.

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In added time the visitors had a chance to level the score, but Daniele Rugani shot over the goal from six yards. The match ended with the score 2:1. If Inter beat Genoa at home on Monday, the difference with second place will already be 15 points.

And this is what happened in another important game on this tour:

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