Udinese 0-3 Juventus: Bianconeri starts campaign with a blast

Last Updated on 22/08/2023 by

On Sunday evening, Juventus won all three points of their match away at Udinese with relative ease.

Within the first two minutes of the match, Federico Chiesa scored the first goal, which put Max Allegri’s team on the path to victory. Ufinese was unable to respond, and additional goals from Dusan Vlahovic and Adrien Rabiot ensured that their team would come out on top. Wojciech Szczesny made sure that the away team retained a scoreless record by keeping things tight at the back.

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With a 3-0 victory over Udinese, rampant Juventus got off to a flying start in the Serie A competition.

Within the first two minutes of play in Udine, the team coached by Massimiliano Allegri took the lead thanks to a goal scored by Federico Chiesa, who drilled the ball into the bottom corner of the net.

The way that Juventus kept on launching assault after assault on the Udinese defense made it appear as though they were a side with something to prove.

Following a handball committed by Christian Kabasele 19 minutes into the match, the referee decided to award a penalty kick to the Bianconeri. After taking the penalty, Dusan Vlahovic calmly slotted the ball past Marco Silvestri to score.

Adrien Rabiot scored the third goal for Juventus in the final minute of stoppage time at the end of the first half. The goal was scored when debutant Andrea Cambiaso sent a long cross into the box, where it was met by Adrien Rabiot’s header.

It was Andrea Sottil who made the substitution at halftime, and Lazar Samardzic was the one who made a difference for his team by getting into the attacking zones and attempting to make something happen. In the 64th minute, the 21-year-old came close to drawing one back for Udinese but saw his savage attempt from a distance stopped effectively by Wojciech Szczesny.

Udinese kept up their good play with the ball while searching for a way to get back into the game, but they were unable to break through the Bianconeri defense.

Vlahovic put the ball in the back of the net for what would have been Juventus’ fourth goal, but the goal was disallowed because of an offside infraction in the buildup.


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