Juventus” falters late in the game against Genoa

Juventus” Turin stunned by Genoa, who were struggling for their Serie A survival, and lost in

extra time on a penalty from Ligurian captain Domenico riscito (1-2) on Friday.


When the referee signalled for a foul, Criscito did not hesitate to grab the ball

a week after missing a capital penalty late in the game in the derby against Sampdoria (0-1).

DeSciglio, Mattia And he didn’t flinch as he scored the game-winning goal For Genoa shortly

before the final whistle (90 + 6th).

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Juve crumbled: late in the game

Certainly, Juventus’ had the game in hand until the 85th minute, courtesy to Paulo Dybala’s

opening with a superb right-footed strike n the 48th minute and a clear dominance.

But the Argentinian’s (post in the 68th minute), Dusan Vlahovic, and Moise

Kean’s 2-0 chances kept Genoa alive until Albert Gudmundsson’s equalizer (87th).

However the match abruptly turned under the eyes of Dybala and Vlahovic, which

subsequently released for the Italian Cup final, which awaits the Bianconeri on Wednesday

against Inter Milan, victor of their encounter in Empoli (4-2).

Likely Genoa came up with the resources to snare the game-winning penalty.

Above all, Genoa remains relegated in 19th place, but has gained one point on

the first non-relegable team, Salernitana (17th).

Indeed Genoa has drawn level with Juventus in the closing five minutes of the game,

scoring a well-worked goal to set up an entertaining finish. Albert Gudmundsson neatly

placed his effort around the goalkeeper and into the net to tie things up.

Moreover Nadiem Amiri played the ball between the defenders into the path of Albert

Gudmundsson. Besides, Adrien Rabiot loses the ball in his penalty area. Morten Frendrup

serves Nadiem Amiri, but Wojciech Szczesny wonderfully stops his right-footed shot! Mattia

Bani is found in the penalty area and positions his head, but his ball goes over!

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