As the Serie A season kicks off, we look back on the derby that saw Juve beat Udinese 4-0.
We look at what the two sides have in common and the importance of this derby.
The story of Juve’s incredible comeback against Udinese on Sunday is one that we have covered before, but the final result could not have been sweeter.
Juve came into the game with a game in hand and could have scored a brace in the first 10 minutes, but were unable to put together a goal.
They went ahead from a corner, with Udinese goalkeeper Mario Mandzukic going down under a challenge from Paulo Dybala.
Juventina came out firing from then on, and it was the Italian team that scored the opening goal of the game.
Udinese went on to score a third goal after being awarded a penalty by referee Jorge Varela, who saw a pass cross the line from Mandzuka.
“We saw what the referee saw and it wasn’t an error.
Mandzuki got sent off, and we saw the penalty appeal, but we thought it was a penalty,” Udinese boss Giuseppe Sannino said afterwards.
After the penalty was ruled out, Udinese looked to play the ball forward with Mandzuke on the edge of the box, but he saw the ball hit the bar.
Juventus went on the attack again, and Dybali headed in a third.
Varela’s decision to send off Mandzucki sparked an exciting game between the two.
Udai’s Alessandro Del Piero was involved in two of the most creative moments, with the Italian winger scoring both of Udinese’s goals.
The striker scored the opener, with Del Pieropolo getting a hand on the ball and finding the net.
Tiago Ilori’s goal was a second goal of his Serie A career.
The Argentine was on the right wing and picked up the ball in the middle of the field.
He passed it to IlorI’s cross, but was denied by Mandzuca.
Kieran Tierney had the last word, as he curled a low shot into the top corner.
If there was a rivalry that Juventus and Udinese shared, it was that between their goalscoring styles.
Juventus came into this match on the back of the first leg, but managed to put away the 3-1 win on aggregate.
On Sunday, Udina have a game against Milan on the horizon, while Juve will be playing at San Siro on Tuesday night.
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