Juventus 2-0 Torino: Bianconeri claimed the bragging rights

Last Updated on 07/10/2023 by

Federico Gatti and Arkadiusz Milik, who came on as substitutes, scored for Juventus in the second half to ensure that they took advantage of Inter’s failure to capitalize on their two-goal lead that they had taken to Bologna earlier in the day.

Juventus coached by Massimiliano Allegri is currently in third position, one point behind AC Milan, who have a chance to take the lead later on against Genoa, and three points ahead of Napoli, who are currently in fourth place, before the champions’ home match against Fiorentina on Sunday night.

Juventus vs Torino

Both Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic were unable to start for Juventus due to injury during their team’s encounter at the Allianz Stadium in Turin. Juventus was nevertheless able to come out on top.

Despite the fact that Chiesa could end up missing Italy’s two Euro 2024 qualifying matches with Malta and England, Azzurri coach Luciano Spalletti chose to include him in the team on Friday.

Ivan Juric’s team were also without a number of key players, and they never appeared to have a chance of improving their miserable record in derbies against Juventus. Their most recent victory over Italy’s most popular club came in April of 2015.

They have now gone four straight matches without scoring, and this is their fourth contest overall in which they have not prevailed.

Both of Juve’s goals came from corners, with Gatti putting in the first one just one minute after the interval and then having to wait an additional three minutes for a VAR check for offside to affirm his first goal of the season. Juve’s two goals came from corners.

And Milik made sure that the points were earned 15 minutes later when he nodded in the second goal from Filip Kostic’s corner, putting an end to what little pathetic effort there was left from Torino.

After Francesco Acerbi and Lautaro Martinez handed the hosts a dominating lead in the first 13 minutes at the San Siro, it appeared as though Simone Inzaghi’s Inter would be able to maintain their position at the top of the Italian league until after the international break.

But a penalty kick from Riccardo Orsolini just six minutes later, and a beautiful finish from Joshua Zirkee just after halftime, grabbed a draw for Bologna, and left Milan with the opportunity to overcome their local competitors.


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