FERRARA – Advance on Saturday of the Italian Serie A soccer championship, Spal-Juventus 2-1, goals: Moise Kean on 29 ', Kevin Bonifazi on 48' and Sergio Floccari on 73 '.
The party for the eighth consecutive Scudetto of Juventus is postponed. The Bianconeri lost 2-1 at Spal, paying excessive turnover ahead of the return of the Champions League quarter-finals against Ajax. Allegri launched many young men from the Under 23 team and their inexperience cost the Bianconeri dear. Suffice it to say that, in one phase of the game, Juventus even played with three millennials: Kean class 2000, Gozzi class 2001 and Nicolussi class 2000.
Despite this, the Bianconeri had closed the first half in the lead with a goal of the usual Kean, able to deflect a goal from Cancelo into the net, but in the second half Spal overturned the match with Bonifazi's header on the development of a football corner in favor of Spal, and with the close conclusion of Floccari after a doubtful touch of Murgia, halfway between the arm and the chest.
The referee validated the network after hearing the opinion of the room of the var. Juve would win the Scudetto tomorrow at the home of no Napoli win or in the next championship round. She only needs one point for the mathematical certainty of the flag regardless of the results achieved in the field by Napoli.
Spal-Juventus 2-1, the match report.
At 3 ', Cionek got himself into the Juventus penalty area but Kastanos, having made his debut in the league with the Bianconeri, stopped him with a miraculous slip. At 12 ', Moise Kean hit a header from Cancelo's cross but his goal was deflected in a corner by Cionek.
At 14 ', Bonifazi laid down Cuadrado interrupting a dangerous restart of Juventus, the Colombian footballer seems in good physical condition. At 26 ', Petagna tried to score with a right to turn but his conclusion was deflected in a corner kick by Mattia De Sciglio. At 29 ', Moise Kean took Juventus ahead by deflecting a Cancelo goal with his right. The first half ended with a 1-0 score for Juventus, the championship is approaching.
Draw of Spal at the beginning of recovery. At 48 ', Kevin Bonifazi scored ahead of a corner kick in favor of the Ferrara team. At 58 ', the defense of Juventus has forgotten Murgia but the header of the Spal midfielder is weak and Perin blocked it without problems.
At 60 'Kastanos came out, author of a not exciting race, and Nicolussi entered the field, who already made his debut in Serie A against Udinese. At 68 ', Mavididi entered the field in place of Moise Kean: for him it is the absolute debut in Serie A. At 73', Murgia put Floccari into action with a touch halfway between the chest and the arm, the former Lazio striker has confused Perin from close range. The Spal won 2-1, the Scudetto party postponed for Juventus.
Spal-Juventus. Allegri's choices.
Massimiliano Allegri chasing his fifth consecutive championship with a new lineup. Beginning from the first minute for the young Gozzi and Kastanos. Kean takes the place of Cristiano Ronaldo (the Portuguese is saved due to the return of the Champions League quarter-finals against Ajax).
Juve took the field with the 3-5-2 tactical form that Allegri alternated with 4-3-3. On goal is Mattia Perin, a three-man defense with veteran Andrea Barzagli, rookie Gozzi and the adapted Mattia De Sciglio.
Thick midfield. Allegri decided to line up a five-way median with Cancelo and Spinazzola on the outside lanes, Bentancur and novice Kastanos to protect the defense and the returning Cuadrado free to invent football on the trocar field. In attack, off to the two players who gave themselves the relay during the last victory in the league against Milan. Against Spal it will be up to Moise Kean and Paulo Dybala. Kean is the most fit player of the moment while Dybala is looking for continuity and convincing performance after scoring against Milan but also after the disagreements with his coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Spal-Juventus. OFFICIAL FORMATIONS.
SPAL (3-5-2): Viviano; Cionek, Vicari, Bonifazi; Missiroli, Murgia, Schiattarella, Lazzari, Fares; Petagna, Floccari. Coach: Simple.
JUVENTUS (3-5-2): Perin; De Sciglio, Barzagli, Gozzi; Cancelo, Cuadrado, Bentancur, Kastanos, Spinazzola; Dybala, Kean. Coach: Allegri.
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