Results of the Italian League, Drama 8 Goals Colored Juventus Victory
The eight-goal drama colored a landslide victory at Juventus Udinese headquarters on Sunday (10/22/2017) or Monday morning GMT Sbobet58.org. Juventus beat hosts at the Dacia Arena with a score of 6-2 in the 9th Serie A weekend game – the Italian league’s top caste.
Sami Khedira became a star on Juventus’ victory at the original Friuli’s stadium. The German midfielder packed a hat-trick aka 50 percent goals from the visitors.
Three other Juventus goals were booked through Samir’s suicide and Daniele Rugani and Miralem Pjanic’s shot. The two goals scored host Stipe Perica and Danilo.
This victory makes Juventus up to third with a collection of 20 points, ahead of goal difference over Lazio. The top two positions are still filled by Napoli (25) and Inter Milan (23).
Playing in the rain, Udinese took the initiative to attack in the first half. The hosts made Juventus shocked by Stipe Perica’s quick goal in the eighth minute, utilizing the fastbreak scheme.
As if stung by Perica’s goal, Juventus rose to attack. The onslaught was launched by Juventus into the Udinese defense area. The result, seven minutes after Udinese scored a goal, the position became a draw after the home defender, Samir, committed suicide.
Samir mistakenly anticipate the ball soccer corner Paulo Dybala to make the ball into the goal of his own team. The game became more open after the score showed 1-1.
Juventus then turned a 2-1 lead when Sami Khedira scored in the 21st minute. Utilizing cross cross Juan Cuadrado, Khedira header could not be anticipated by Albano Bizzari who escorted Udinese goalkeeper.
In superior condition, Juventus had to play with 10 men after Mario Mandzukic was sent off for excessive protests in the 26th minute.
Madzukic rewarded the first yellow card for involvement in a row with Udinese defender Ali Adnan. He got a second yellow card after protesting against the referee’s decision.
Superior number of players, Udinese took over the wheel of the game. Little Zebra team almost equalized if Jakub Jankto volley could not be anticipated by Buffon.
Score 2-1 to Juventus advantage lasted until halftime.
Entering the second half, just two minutes walk Udinese managed to equalize to 2-2 through the set-piece scheme. Rodrigo De Paul’s free-kick was completed with a Danilo header in the 48th minute.
Juventus then returned 3-2 after Daniele Rugani scored through his head. Paulo Dybala scored his assist on the creation of Rugani’s goal with his left foot free kick.
Khedira scored the fourth for Juventus and the second for himself in the game. The German player successfully took advantage of the chaos in front of goal Udinese in the 58th minute.
Dybala almost made Juventus a fifth goal, but the Argentine’s goal was disallowed for having been in an offside position.
Khedira completed a hat-trick against Udinese in the 87th minute. Kick along the dirt that he can not be denied by Udinese goalkeeper.
A few minutes before the game ended, Juventus still able to increase the coffers of his goal through Miralem Pjanic.
The Bosnian playmaker made a spectacular long haul and changed the score to 6-2 for Juventus. (Taufan Bara)
Udinese 2-6 Juventus (Stipe Perica 8 ‘, Danilo 48′; Samir 14′-suicide, Sami Khedira 21 ’58’, 87 ‘, Daniele Rugani 51’, Miralem Pjanic 90 ‘)
Udinese (4-4-2): 1-Alberto Bizzarri; 53-Ali Adnan (19-Jens Stryger Larsen 73 ‘), 5-Danilo, 17-Bram Nuytinck, 3-Samir (97-Giuseppe Pezzella 67’); 10-Rodrigo De Paul, 6-Seko Fofana, 72-Antonin Barak, 14-Jakub Jankto; 20-Maxi Lopez, 18-Stipe Perica (9-Riad Bajic 82 ‘).
Coach: Luigi Delneri
Juventus (4-2-3-1): 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 26-Stephan Lichtsteiner (33-Federico Bernardeschi 90 ‘), 24-Daniele Rugani, 3-Giorgio Chiellini, 12-Alex Sandro; 6-Sami Khedira, 5-Miralem Pjanic; 17-Mario Mandzukic, 10-Paulo Dybala (11-Douglas Costa 68 ‘), 7-Juan Cuadrado (15-Andrea Barzagli 79’); 9-Gonzalo Higuain.
Coach: Massimiliano Allegri