Admittedly in a laborious way, Juventus Turin of Massimiliano Allegri was able to continue its clear recovery in Serie A. And this, by aligning a fifth victory in a row without conceding the slightest goal, Thursday on the lawn of the last of Serie A, the Hellas Verona (1-0). Juve were sometimes jostled by the last of Serie A – attempts by Sulemana (3rd), Lasagna (16th), Hongla (36th) – even if Locatelli was close to scoring (38th). She raised the cursor after the break, like Adrien Rabiot.
Thus, the midfielder of the Blues (27 years old, 29 selections, 2 goals), retained by Didier Deschamps in his list of 25 for the World Cup, first came close to the decisive pass in the 58th minute, for Moïse Kean, but the latter was a bit too short. In the aftermath, the left-handed “Duke” perfectly launched, with the right foot, the ex-PSG striker. And this time, his offering, the first of the season (knowing that he has already scored five goals, three in Serie A and two in C1), has been validated, because Kean, certainly with success, scored with his foot left (61st).
Juve “helped” by arbitration, then Alex Sandro logically expelled
It then took quite a bit of success to Vecchia Signora to keep this short advantage. Because Mr. Di Bello, was not initially judged by the VAR for a hand however quite flagrant and detached in the surface of Danilo (76th), who could have offered a penalty to Verona.
Then the referee went back on his decision to whistle one for Hellas after watching the images, while Bonucci’s high foot on Verdi (84th) was completely punishable. As for the logical red card suffered by Alex Sandro for a big foul at the edge of the area on Lasagna (90th + 2), it had no consequences. Because Verdi sent his free kick well above (90th + 3).