Thanks to a double from its defender and captain, on penalty, Juventus won the shock against Lazio (0-2) to move up the Serie A standings.
Failing to shine in the game, the Juventus by Massimiliano Allegri is better. Despite the absence of Paulo Dybala, the Bianconeri, with Adrien Rabiot in the midfield, won the shock of the 13th day of Serie A, Saturday afternoon, on the ground of the Lazio (0-2). The Old Lady took the opportunity to join the Romans in 5th place in the standings, however 11 points behind the two leaders (Napoli and Milan).
A first penalty for a foul on Alvaro Morata allowed Leonardo Bonucci to open the scoring (23rd). The 34-year-old defender even offered himself the very first double of his career by transforming a second penalty kick, at the end of the match (82nd), for a dirty tackle from Pepe Reina on Federico Chiesa. To the chagrin of Maurizio Sarri, who was deprived of Ciro Immobile, too fair.
Earlier this Saturday, Alatanta, the 4th in Serie A, put 5 in La Spezia (5-2), thanks in particular to a double by Mario Pasalic (18th and 41st) and his Colombian scorers Duvan Zapata (38th). ) and Luis Muriel (83rd).
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