SPAL vs Juventus (2-1)
Coach Massimiliano Allegri reinvigorated most of his key players with a watch on the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final against mythical being. However, his young team didn’t get the duty done.
Moise thespian place Juve ahead within the half, surrendering an attempt from Joao Cancelo to get for the fourth straight Serie A game, the 19-year-old turning into the youngest player to try and do therefore within the era of 3 points for a win.
Kevin Bonifazi leveled with a header when the break, though, and SPAL skipper Sergio Floccari finished well to administer his facet a significant boost in their fight against relegation.
Juve’s experimental line-up ab initio struggled and SPAL, UN agency had currently won their last three home league games, enjoyed the higher of the gap exchanges before Juve took the lead on the time unit mark.
A shot from Cancelo looked to be snug work for Emiliano Viviano however thespian was available to divert the ball off from the SPAL goalkeeper to surpass Mario Balotelli’s Serie A record.
SPAL set concerning spoiling Juve’s party by equalizing within the forty-ninth minutes, Bonifazi obtaining up highest to move home Pasquale Schiattarella’s right corner.
Juve substitute Hans Nicolussi Caviglia forced a fine save from Viviano with a 20-yard curling drive, with thespian creating manner for Stephy Mavididi, indicating Allegri felt Juve had done enough.
He was severely mistaken; however, as SPAL took the lead through Floccari, UN agency steered home when glorious add the build-up from Alessandro Murgia.
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SPAL – Juventus Lineups
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SPAL – Juventus Match Statistics
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— JuventusFC (@juventusfc) April 13, 2019