The teams were evenly matched, because both Torino and Juventus shot at the post. The players Karol Linetty and Dusan Vlahovic were left wanting to shout their goal.
The figure of the meeting was Juan Cuadrado. The Juventus midfielder stood out against Torino as he scored 1 goal and kicked 2 times on target.
Another of the key footballers at the Allianz Stadium was Federico Chiesa. The Juventus striker.
With some infractions and constant pauses, the match played between both teams was lived. There were 2 cautioned: Ricardo Rodríguez and Samuele Ricci.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri arranged a 3-6-1 formation on the field with Wojciech Szczesny in goal; Danilo, Bremer and Alex Sandro on the defensive line; Juan Cuadrado, Nicolò Fagioli, Enzo Barrenechea, Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostic and Ángel Di María in the middle; and Dusan Vlahovic in attack.
For their part, those led by Ivan Juric planted themselves with a 3-6-1 strategy with Vanja Milinkovic Savic under the three sticks; Koffi Djidji, Perr Schuurs and Alessandro Buongiorno in defense; Wilfried Singo, Karol Linetty, Ivan Ilic, Ricardo Rodríguez, Aleksey Miranchuk and Yann Karamoh in midfield; and Antonio Sanabria up front.
The match at the Allianz Stadium was directed by referee Daniele Chiffi.
For the next date, Juventus will visit Rome. On the other hand, Torino will host Bologna.
The local is in seventh place with 35 points, while the visitor reached 31 points and is placed in ninth place in the tournament.
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