Juve leaves Bologna with a small point

Juve leaves Bologna with a small point

Bologna FC 1-1 Juventus

Buts: Orsolini (10e SP) for Bologna // Milik (60e) for Juve

Author of a nightmarish month of April, Juve had to stop the bleeding and this series of three consecutive defeats in the league. At the end of the 32e Serie A day, the Bianconeridid not manage to do better than a draw on the turf of Bologna.

A meeting that Allegri’s men begin in the worst possible way. Not even ten minutes of play, and Danilo finds himself guilty of a foul in the area on Orsolini. The Bolognese number 7 does justice to himself by transforming his penalty with a counter-foot in front of Szczęsny (1-0, 10e). Despite this penalty conceded quickly, the Old Lady does not admit defeat and multiplies the offensives. A very clear domination, but it is necessary to wait more than twenty minutes to see the first hot situation in Turin with this recovery from Milik that Skorupski manages to stop (25e). The Polish goalkeeper does it again, this time in front of Fagioli, by making two big saves (27e). Cornered, Thiago Motta’s men ended up cracking half an hour into the game. On a bad tackle from Lucumi on Milik, Bologna in turn conceded a penalty. You wanted a new dose of Skokupski? Faced with the Polish striker, the last Bolognese bulwark once again pulls out all the stops and stops his compatriot’s attempt (31e). And this lack of success on the white and black side is even very close to being sanctioned, but Szczęsny pulls out the necessary save in front of Barrow (46e).

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Solid defensively, Bologna is much more enterprising after returning from the locker room. But the Turinese then have more space and manage to equalize. After a great job from the incoming Iling-Junior, Milik sees the leather come back to his feet at the entrance to the surface. The former Marseillais does not hesitate and catapults a half-volley. This time, Skorupski is beaten (1-1, 60e). Instead of driving the point home, Juve backs off and decides to leave the leather to their evening opponent. Bologna multiplies the offensives, but struggles to materialize, like this ball stung by Aebischer which passes right next to the frame (84e). But the score will not move, the Bianconeri leave Bologna with this small point and therefore do not take advantage of the defeat of Lazio to regain second place.

Bologna FC (4-3-3) : Skorupski – Kiriakopoulos (Cambiaso, 67e), Lucumi, Soumaoro, Posch (De Silvestri,e) – Dominguez (Zirkzee, 67e), Schouten, Moro (Medel, 81e) – Ferguson (Aebischer, 82e), Barrow, Orsolini. Coach : Thiago Motta.

Juventus (4-3-3) : Szczęsny – Sandro, Danilo, Gatti, Cuadrado – Rabiot, Locatelli (Paredes, 83e), Beans (Soulè, 58e) – Kostić (Iling-Junior, 58e), Milik (Vlahović, 83e), Church (Miretti, 70e). Coach : Massimiliano Allegri.

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