Draw between Juventus and AS Roma in Turin

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Following Saturday’s 1-1 draw between Juventus and AS Roma in Turin,

It was a tactically complex and heated game,

and Juventus failed to capitalise on a strong first half, scoring just one goal a beautiful free kick from Dusan Vlahovic in the second minute

At halftime,

Jose Mourinho substituted two starters to give his squad a more talented offensive end of the field.

In the second half,

Juventus didn’t exert themselves too much,

allowing Roma to gain the upper hand and score an equaliser thanks to a superb assist from former Juventus striker Paulo Dybala for Tammy Abraham’s header.

even though they have won all three of their Serie A games so far. After the game,

Jose Mourinho revealed to DAZN,

“I also told Allegri that my team had a very fortunate first half. The fact that we only let up one goal in the first half was an accident.

The return of Paulo Dybala
Paulo Dybala played 77 minutes in Turin against his previous team.

The Argentine striker,

who left Juventus during the summer when his contract expired and chose to join AS Roma after negotiations with Inter Milan fell through,

was the most anticipated player of the day at the Allianz Stadium. The local supporters of Dybala were supportive,

and they clearly realised that Dybala’s decision to quit the club was not solely his to make. And they undoubtedly admired his choice to sign with AS Roma

rather than their rivals Inter Milan. The entire stadium clapped for him when the announcer called his name.

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The Argentine striker struggled in the first half but improved in the second to the point where he was instrumental in Tammy Abraham’s equaliser. This was the striker’s 50th Serie A assist,

and a few minutes later,

Jose Mourinho decided to remove him from the field in order to reassemble a more defensive squad.

Paulo Dybala,

a former Juventus player who had previously played for Roma,

assisted in the equaliser as José Mourinho’s team dropped its perfect record in Serie A on Saturday.

Prior to Tammy Abraham’s equaliser in the 69th minute,

Juventus appeared to be in in control after Duan Vlahovi’s quick goal in just 76 seconds.

After starting the season with two victories,

Roma’s 1-1 draw represented their first loss of points. Only Napoli still has a perfect record in Serie A,

and they play against Fiorentina on Sunday.

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It was a difficult comeback for Dybala,

who shed tears during his final Juventus home game in May.

At Juventus for seven years,

Dybala not only scored 115 goals but also helped the Bianconeri win 12 trophies,

including five Serie A championships.

But after Juventus recruited Vlahovi in January,

the frequently hurt Argentina attacker lost Massimiliano Allegri’s favour. When his contract with the Turin club expired,

he left and joined Roma in July.

and they begged him to wave to them just before kickoff,

which he did. When he was replaced in the 77th minute,

he was also cheered off. He has yet to score his first goal for his new team.

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After a dull 0-0 draw on Monday against Sampdoria,

Juventus was eager for a response. Vlahovi delivered one with his first touch of the ball,

curling a free kick off the underside of the bar and into the top near corner.

Rui Patrcio of Roma had to make two outstanding stops in the following 15 minutes as the Bianconeri dominated.

In the 26th minute,

they believed they had increased their lead,

but Manuel Locatelli’s goal was disallowed for a handball by Vlahovi.

Before the break,

Vlahovi also had two free kicks from around the same distance as the one he scored from,

but one was saved and the other just missed the crossbar.

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When Vlahovi curled a free kick

off the underside of the bar and into the upper near corner with his first touch of the ball,

Juventus received the response it was searching for following a dull 0-0 draw at Sampdoria on Monday.

Bianconeri goalkeeper Rui Patrcio made two outstanding saves in the following 15 minutes as a result of the Bianconeri’s dominance.

The 26th minute goal by Manuel Locatelli was disallowed due to a

handball by Vlahovi,

despite the fact that they believed they had doubled their lead.

Two free kicks by Vlahovi from around the same distance as the one

he scored from presented him with opportunities to double his total just before halftime,

but one effort was saved and the other nearly missed the crossbar.

When Vlahovi curled a free kick off the underside of the bar and into the upper near corner with his first touch of the ball,

Juventus received the response it was searching for following a dull 0-0 draw

at Sampdoria on Monday.

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Bianconeri goalkeeper Rui Patrcio made two outstanding saves in the following 15 minutes as a result of the Bianconeri’s dominance.

The 26th minute goal by Manuel Locatelli was

disallowed due to a handball by Vlahovi,

despite the fact that they believed they had doubled their lead.

Two free kicks by Vlahovi from around the same distance as the one he scored from presented him with opportunities

to double his total just before halftime,

but one effort was saved and the other nearly missed the crossbar.

Roma’s perfect start in Serie A continued with a point against Juventus that was achieved the hard way. Juventus 1,

Roma 1

At the Allianz Stadium,

Allegri’s team got off to a fantastic start when Dusan Vlahovic gave the home club the lead after only two minutes.

After 25 minutes,

Juventus almost increased their advantage,

but VAR disallowed Manuel Locatelli’s goal for handball in the buildup.

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