At the end of the second day of Serie A, Juventus failed to win on the lawn of Sampdoria. In a balanced encounter, the Genoese were able to offer solid adversity, playing high and preventing the Turinese from settling.
Turinese without offensive inspiration
Juventus, who tried to score like PSG in Lille at kick-off, were almost surprised at the start. With a bright pass from Abdelhamid Sabiri, Mehdi Léris appeared alone in front of goal. His shot was deflected by Mattia Perin on his crossbar (6th). Sampdoria started the game with a lot of desire and possession. They were close to scoring on a corner deflected by Dusan Vlahovic towards his own goal, stopped by the amount (19th).
The Old Lady tried to react through Juan Cuadrado, who saw his shot easily crushed out by Emil Audero (15th). The Bianconeri failed to put their game in place. Sampdoria played very high, blocking the short raises of Massimiliano Allegri’s players from six meters. 2022 Ballon d’Or nomineeDusan Vlahovic only touched the ball three times in the first half.
Rabiot believed to give the advantage to Juve
The second period was a continuation of the first, balanced, without either team managing to pull out of the game. Holder, Adrien Rabiot believed to give the advantage to his team, but Dusan Vlahovic was offside beginning of the action (65th). At the very end of the game, summer rookie Filip Kostic placed a volley with the inside of his foot on a cross from Moise Kean, but Emil Audero made a reflex save to save the point of the draw.
A goalless match for a Juventus lacking in offensive inspiration. The Turinese miss the opportunity to join Naples, AS Roma and Inter at the top of the Championship. Adrien Rabiot’s teammates will receive Roma on Saturday, Cremonese faller (1-0) this Mondaywhile Sampdoria will challenge Salernitana.