Serie A, Juventus-Turin 4-1, goals: Dybala at 2 ', Cuadrado at 29', Belotti on penalty at 50 ', Cristiano Ronaldo at 61' and Djidji's own goal at 87 '.
Juventus domination in the derby. The bianconeri easily won against a subdued Torino and consolidated their leadership in the standings.
It was a special match for three Juventus players: Buffon, Cristiano Ronaldo and Dybala (in strict role order).
The Juventus goalkeeper has crossed the finish line of 648 appearances in Serie A, detaching another football legend like Paolo Maldini.
A day of celebration also for Cristiano Ronaldo. His game had not started well because during the first half he had a fight with Sarri for his position on the field (he wants to be the center forward while the coach wants him outside).
But in the second half came the greatest joy, Cr7 scored the first free-kick goal since he was in Italy. In Madrid he was a specialist but in Turin he still hadn't managed to score on punishment. Today he did it.
And then there is Dybala. Sarri saw us right to put him as a center forward. It may not be a two-meter giant but thanks to his technique he always manages to be the best on the pitch.
Also today he unlocked the derby with an anthology goal, after two dribbles from an absolute star. Then the doubling of Cuadrado, thanks to a questionable defensive positioning by Lyanco, the three of Cr7 on a free kick and Djidji's own goal on a Douglas Costa cross.
In the middle, one of the few occasions for Torino. The goal of the momentary 2-1 on Belotti's penalty. Net penalty that the referee had not even seen at normal speed. It was saved by the var. De Ligt's 'parade' on Verdi's surefire shot was clear.
Juventus 4-1 Turin, Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo always on target.
Sarri plays the derby by launching 'the eternal' Buffon from the first minute. Juve took the field with Buffon; Cuadrado, Bonucci, De Ligt, Danilo; Bentancur, Pjanic, Rabiot; Bernardeschi, Dybala and Ronaldo.
On the bench Szczesny, Pinsoglio, Rugani, Wesley, Ramsey, Matuidi, Bricklayer, Douglas Costa, Higuain and Olivieri.
Turin seeks the feat against Juventus with Sirigu; Izzo, Lyanco, Bremer; De Silvestri, Lukic, Meitè, Ola Aina; Verdi, Belotti and Berenguer.
On the bench: Ujkani, Rosati, Zaza, Ansaldi, Singo, Edera, Millico, Ghazoini, Djidji, Nkoulou, Adopo and Rincon.
The first attempt of the game is by Dybala. The Argentine striker's shot was walled with skill by Lukic.
Juventus immediately ahead after just two minutes. On an assist from Cuadrado, Dybala dribbled two opponents and beat Sirigu with a left-footed shot deflected by Izzo into the net.
Turin reaction at 7 '. De Silvestri's cross shot was deflected for a corner by Juventus' defense. Juventus close to doubling after a quarter of an hour of play. At 15 ', Bentancur's shot was blocked with difficulty by Sirigu.
Doubling of Juventus at 29 '. Cristiano Ronaldo served Cuadrado on the right. The Colombian dribbled past Lyanco and beat Sirigu with an unstoppable diagonal.
Slow motion episode in the third minute of recovery. De Ligt has parried Verdi's goal. Maresca went to the var and decided to assign the penalty to Turin. From eleven meters Belotti didn't make a mistake at 50 '.
The first half of Juventus-Turin ended on the result of two to one for the bianconeri. Juve made the game but the Bull found the episode of the penalty thanks to a serious ingenuity of De Ligt.
Goal canceled at Turin on 51 '. The 'Gallo' Belotti is offside. Verdi had scored after a short rebound by Buffon but the Turin center forward thwarted his prowess because he was offside.
Cr7 is released on a free kick. After two years of unsuccessful attempts, Cristiano Ronaldo scored the first free-kick goal with the Juventus shirt. His lap shot, which was not very angled, still surprised an inattentive Sirigu.
Juventus poker at 87 '. Djidji scored a sensational own goal from Douglas Costa's cross.
It's over. Juve won against Turin, held Lazio at a distance, and consolidated its leadership in the standings.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano