Italian League: Juventus vs. Roma 2: 2, game summary,

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The second round in Serie A came to an end yesterday (Sunday) with less than five games. In the main game the champions Juventus managed to come back from a double lag against Roma and finished 2-2 at the Olimpico despite being left with ten players. Her rival next week, Napoli, gave a home show against Genoa with a crushing 0: 6. Milan also managed without Zlatan Ibrahimovic and defeated Cortona 0: 2 away.

Rome – Juventus 2: 2

The two teams arrived for the first big game of the season in Italy in a completely different mood. Andrea Pirlo made his big debut with 0: 3 over Sampdoria, while Paulo Fonseca’s team recorded a technical loss to Lomiel against Verona. Pirlo opened this time in a 4: 4: 2 formation with Albero Murata making a new debut alongside Cristiano Ronaldo, and the Portuguese did score a double and prevent a loss, but it seems that the champion still has a lot of work to do.

It started very badly for the old lady when Adrian Ravio, to whom we will return later, touched the ball with his hand in the box and Jordan Verto Dyke from the penalty spot (31), as the ball went just below the hand of the unlucky Szczesny, 0: 1 to Rome. A minute into the break, Ronaldo equalized on a penalty of his own after an irresponsible touch by Lorenzo Pellegrini, but in the extra time of the first half Roma caught the Juventus defense completely unprepared. At the end of a quick bursting attack, Henrich Mahtirian passed a ball wide and Verto completed a double easily.

Jordan Verto celebrates. Scored a double against Juventus | Giuseppe Maffia / NurPhoto via Getty Images

Arthur came off the bench in the 58th minute for his Juventus uniform and with him Douglas Costa, with Albero Murata being among the substitutes, but four minutes later Pirlo’s pit deepened when Rabio was sent off in an unnecessary second yellow. The guest held the ball more but could not really threaten the goal.

In the 69th minute Ronaldo saved a point with a shot after a beautiful level by Danilo from the right. Paolo Dybala who returned to the squad is not a partner although Pirlo has one last spare left.

Albero Murata among the Roma players. Premiered in his new group | TIZIANA FABI / AFP via Getty Images

Cortona – Milan 2: 0

The Rossoneri had a hard time without Zlatan Ibrahimovic who fell ill in Corona, but managed to win. The first half was on the way to 0: 0, when then in extra time (45 + 2) Ante Ravic received a long ball, made a brilliant heel mistake in the box and failed by the defensive player. Frank Keiza kicked the penalty properly and made it 0-1.

In the 50th minute it was Brahim Dias’ turn to score an official debut goal for his new team as he rolled the second goal up close and established the advantage. Seven minutes later Ravitch was injured and replaced. Sandro Tonali first started in the Rossoneri lineup and played 63 minutes. It was Stefano Fioli’s last Test before the important game against Portugal’s Rio Abba in the Europa League qualifiers on Thursday.

CROTONE, ITALY – SEPTEMBER 27: Brahim Diaz of Milan celebrates
Brahim Diaz celebrates with AC Milan players debut goal | Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images

Naples – Genoa 0: 6

Just before the huge game against Juventus next Sunday, Gennaro Gattuso’s team signaled their intentions when they recorded their second win of the season, and by and large. Napoli scored eight goals and did not take a single ball from the net. At half it looks less good. The hosts were content with one goal – as Herb Luzano scored from the air (10) after the level of Dries Martens, but captain Lorno Insigne was replaced early due to injury. In the second half came the explosion.

Already at the start of the second half dismissal Zelinsky scored after a beautiful team move. In the 57th minute, Zelinsky moved to the position of cook when he took advantage of a negligent loss of a ball on defense and handed it to Dartens, who scored easily. In the 65th minute it was already 0: 4 when Martens again cooked for Luzano who kicked a flat corner. Alif Almas scored the fifth four minutes later. In the 72nd minute, the sixth and final goal came when Matthew Politano dribbled in the box and kicked to the far corner.

Napoli players celebrate. A great victory | Franco Romano/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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