Italian League Results, Juventus Defend Victory Trends
Juventus maintain a perfect record at the start of the Italian league season 2017-2018. The defending champion beat Chievo 3-0 at the Allianz Turin Stadium on Saturday (09/09/2017).
Juventus ‘three goals came from suicide Perparim Hetemaj (17th minute’) as well as kicking Gonzalo Higuain (58 ‘) and Paulo Dybala (83′).
These results solidify Juventus at the top of Serie A standings with a perfect report card.
They grabbed 9 points from three inaugural week with horrible acuity, scoring 10 goals.
Previously, Juve beat Cagliari 3-0 and Genoa 4-2.
Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri, lowering the composition of the second tier as a starter with consideration of Champions League duel cons Barcelona, on Tuesday (12/09/2017).
Still the quality of the team I Bianconeri (White-Black) is still too tough for Chievo.
In the unfortunate situation, Chievo conceded the first goal of Hetemaj’s suicide, which gore into Mirelle Pjanic’s free-kick ball.
Pjanic bait into the Chievo penalty box completed Higuain with a hard shot from close range.
For Higuain, the incision was the 26th goal of an open game for Juve.
The number includes all his goals in the league.
Approaching the last minute, the incoming Dybala replaced Douglas Costa in the second half completing the host party.
The vivacious Argentine playmaker receives Federico Bernardeschi’s bait, weaving through the 3-4 enemy players, and firing right-foot left horizontally.
Dybala also successfully scored the fifth goal in just three parties earlier this season. (Baggage)
Juventus 3-0 Chievo (Perparim Hetemaj 17’-suicide, Gonzalo Higuain 58 ‘, Paulo Dybala 83’)
Composition of Players
Juventus (4-3-3): 23-Wojciech Szczesny; 26-Stephan Lichtsteiner, 24-Daniele Rugani, 4-Medhi Benatia, 22-Kwadwo Asamoah; 27-Stefano Sturaro (33-Federico Bernardeschi 76 ‘), 5-Miralem Pjanic, 14-Blaise Matuidi; 11-Douglas Costa (10-Paulo Dybala 54 ‘), 9-Gonzalo Higuain, 17-Mario Mandzukic (30-Rodrigo Betancur 83’).
Coach: Massimiliano Allegri
Chievo (4-3-1-2): 70-Stefano Sorrentino; 29-Fabrizio Cacciatore, 3-Dario Dainelli, 5-Alessandro Gamberini, 18-Massimo Gobbi; 19-Lucas Castro, 8-Ivan Radovanovic, 56-Perparim Hetemaj (4-Nicola Rigoni 68 ‘); 23-Valter Birsa; 45-Roberto Inglese (11-Mehdi Leris 76 ‘), 20-Manuel Pucciarelli (31-Sergio Pellissier 66’)
Coach: Rolando Maran
Referee: Michael Fabbri