Live broadcast Juventus-Monza 0-2: Di Gregorio saves everything. What naivety Bremer! | first page

Live broadcast Juventus-Monza 0-2: Di Gregorio saves everything.  What naivety Bremer!  |  first page

On the first day of the second round of Serie A, Monza cleared the Allianz Stadium by defeating Juventus 2-0. In the first half there was a great choral performance by the guests, with Raffaele Palladino teaching Max Allegri a lesson. In the second half Juventus went on board, with the great protagonist Di Gregorio. With this success (Monza’s second over Juventus in this tournament), the Brianza players now have 25 points, overtaking Juventus (still at 23) in the standings.

In the first half, Juventus started the battle, but at the first opportunity, Caprari put the ball behind Chesney: but Var ruled it out due to the Monza striker’s offside. A few minutes later, the Monza goal was a regular and Cioria signed it. Juventus tries to respond, but without creating great chances: in the first half hour, we only notice a left-footed shot by Gati. In the 39th minute, the visitors doubled: a great personal feat of Carlos Augusto, who provided an assist to Motta after a run from midfield, who ignores Chesney and scores goals.

The second half begins with three substitutions for Juventus (with Locatelli, Ealing Jr. and Sulley for Paredes, Costi and Fagioli) and with the Bianconeri more proactive, with Sulli pledging to Di Gregorio to save on the ground. Soon after, Allegri removed Kane (booing a false check) and inserted Milik, while Paladino inserted Sensi in place of Rouvella. The best chance comes to Locatelli, with a nice right foot save for a corner, then Bremer sends a high header. The fifth substitution of Allegri, who introduced Vlahović instead of De Sciglio, while first Milik and then Di Maria (twice) came close to scoring, and Di Gregorio was a great hero. Monza Berendelli, Ranocchia and Petagna included, while Juventus were ruled out for offside by Bremer (the Brazilian is naive, if he hadn’t touched the ball, he would have ended up in the net anyway, to score a normal goal). Immediately after, Allegri scored, Milik suffered a muscle injury and ten for the Bianconeri. The guests re-emerged from Szczesny’s parts in the final, with a left foot from Petagna saved by the Pole.

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