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Football Italian on May 11, 2019 05:05:03Juventus beat Roma 2-0 in the Champions League group stage, which makes the two teams the best of all time in the standings.
However, the Bianconeri have only managed two wins in seven games, a poor start to the season.
The game was drawn in the same round of the Champions’ League group stages and was decided by three goals.
However it was not a traditional game.
It was played in the first half and the goal difference between Juventus and Roma was 0-0.
Juventus were able to score in the opening minutes thanks to two excellent passes from Andrea Pirlo.
A brilliant pass by Pirlos, followed by a sublime pass by Arturo Vidal to Gonzalo Higuain, then Pirloz dribbling past Vidal, who then crossed the ball into the path of Higuani.
The Italian scored a superb free-kick to give Juventus the lead.
However, Roma would not be finished there.
In the 55th minute, Roma midfielder Leonardo Bonucci was fouled on the penalty spot and was brought down.
He could not get up and was substituted with just over five minutes remaining.
It looked like it was over, but then Bonucci scored again.
He was replaced by Gonzalo Veratti in the 72nd minute, who made a stunning run to break the deadlock with a low shot into the corner of the net.
Juve had a fantastic start to this game, with all the usual suspects in midfield.
The Biancones had a plethora of attacking players, with Andrea Barzagli, Pirloe, Fabio Borini, Domenico Berardi, and the rest.
However Juve struggled to create chances.
The team were not able to find any space to attack.
It took almost a minute for Juventus to break through the Roma defence.
Roma had to take two important defensive decisions to break down Juve.
The first was to stay compact in their half, preventing Juve from attacking the penalty area.
Roma went on to dominate possession for most of the game.
Juve dominated possession, but failed to create any chances.
They were fortunate to have played the game with a clean sheet, as they had only a goal to show for it.
The second decision was to play the ball deep into the Roma half.
This decision gave Juve the opportunity to attack from the back.
Juvede made a brilliant run to get past the Roma defenders, only for him to be turned away by his teammates.
He had to settle for a spot-kick.
The final decision was for Juve to go forward.
This was a brilliant move by Juve, as Roma did not have any options on the right wing.
Roma were unable to defend this move.
The goal gave Juventus the chance to score the winner.
The Bianconese would never allow a free-play opportunity to open up in the box.
It left Juve with no options to create an opportunity for themselves.
Roma played it high up the field, forcing the Italian to stay in his defensive position.
The result was a goal for Juves.
The goal gave Juventus the 2-1 lead, as Juventus were able the break the tie.
The second half was a quiet affair, with Roma playing with the ball.
The game was not going to be going any faster.
The last goal was scored by Juvedes Paulo Dybala, who put a cross in the back of the penalty box that was cleared off the line by his teammate.
Juventus were in control at this point.
The next goal would give Juventus a 3-0 lead, but it was a bad goal.
Roma made a mistake in their line-up, allowing the ball to be played in behind their back.
Roma failed to recover the ball quickly enough and Roma went close to tying the game before it could get going.
Juvenes goals would give them a 2-2 draw.