At 35, Cristiano Ronaldo never ceases to amaze. So true, Juventus won yesterday (Sunday) 2: 2 in their away game in Rome, in the second round of Serie A, but everyone will remember from this evening the flying, the stay in the air and the insane bump inside the Portuguese phenomenon in the second goal of Juventus.
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The truth is, Roma were much better than the champions and also led twice. For the first time a pedal of Jordan Verto (31) and the second time from another goal of the tie, at the end of a fatal outburst. All this 120 seconds after Ronaldo equalized for Yuba from a penalty kick from 11 meters.
Adrian Ravio managed to get a second yellow card and leave Juventus with 10 players, but for Bianconeri it was Cristiano. Seven minutes later he rose to a ball that was raised to the field, passed them all with half a head and slammed in a huge goal for the collection. “This is an important point,” CR7 admitted at the conclusion. “We have to remember that we are at the beginning of a season, with a different coach and new ideas.” Andrea Pirlo, who lost first points on Yuba’s lines, concluded: “Unfortunately, we have taken a step back.”
No fewer than 18 goals were scored in all five Sunday games. The highest score of all was Napoli’s 0: 6 win over Genoa. The game was postponed for several hours after both Genoa goalkeeper Mathieu Perrin and the Lassa midfielder were found positive for Corona and the team’s departure to southern Italy was delayed.
Herbing Lucano (10) scored the only goal in the first half, but in the second half Napoli had already shifted gears. Piotr Zeilinski (46), Dries Martens (57), another one from Lucano (65), Elif Almas (69) and Matthew Politano (90) scored for the Italian Cup holder, who also climbed to first place with 6 points out of 6 possible.
Milan are also perfect after 0: 2 in Cortona, and although they played without Zlatan Ibrahimovic who also contracted in Corona. Frank Cassie (45, in Pendel) and Brahim Diaz (50) scored for Rossoneri. Another team that has maintained a perfect balance is a surprising one – Verona, who won 0 :! On Udinese from a goal by Andrea Pavali (57).
Five goals were scored in Sassuolo’s 1: 4 at Spezia, with two more goals disqualified by the VAR. Flip Dioricic (12), Dominico Bardi (64, in Pendel), Gregoire Defrel (66) and Francesco Caputo (76) scored for the visitors, Andrei Glavinov (30) temporarily equalized.
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