The goals of Genova 2-0 win against Juventus
The Sunday 28th activity began with a meeting of teams living different realities. In Luigi Ferraris, Genova won an important victory of 2 to 0 before a Juventus who arrived toned.
Although eliminated from the Italian Cup in the quarterfinals of Atalanta, Vecchia Signora came in good shape in this match, winning the Italian Super Cup against Milan, who was in the quarterfinals of the Champions League (after a big comeback against Atlético Madrid is seen with Ajax in the Netherlands and be comfortable manager of the local tournament.
Those of Turin who ordered peace with 75 points, since their closest rival is Naples, with 57 (he will play later against Udinese), started the first part hesitantly and did not pause in the score thanks to the phenomenal performance of his goalkeeper Mattia Perin. Formerly Genoa drowned Paraguayan Antonio Sanabria with a fantastic goal.
Judge Marco Di Bello ordered not a penalty for Genoa
The referee was the main character of the match. In 29 minutes and at VAR's request, he did not give penalties to the Genoese team before the ball was hit by a Juventus player, he did it in Christian Kouamés. In the second part, technology returned to intervene when Marco Di Bello canceled a goal for Dybala for advanced position.
The goal canceled Paulo Dybala
Genoa, despite its limitations, complicated Vecchia Signora much through the game and won 2 to 0 thanks to the goals of Stefano Sturaro (the former Juventus counted on the goalkeeper's involvement) and Goran Pandev.
Worth noting is that Massimiliano Allegri appealed to the rotation and gave the rest to Cristiano Ronaldo, completely before Colchonero by scoring three goals and second top scorer in Calcio with 19 goals, and Krzysztof Piątek (the competitor's score is Fabio Quagliarella, with 21). Paulo Dybala (wore the captain's bracelet) and former Boca Rodrigo Bentancur was the game.
In the leaders led by Cesare Prandelli, the two Argentines were from his team from the beginning: Cristian Romero (the 20-year-old defender is in the Juventus's turn to the next transfer market) and Esteban Rolón.
stadium: Luigi Ferraris
televisación: ESPN 2