Juventus 2-2 Salernitana
Goals: Bremer (51e), Bonucci (90e+3, SP) for the Bianconeri // Candreva (19e), Pietek (45e+5, sp) for Granata
Expulsions: Cuadrado, Milik and Allegri (coach) for Juve // Fazio for Salernitana
Lots of greyness, few clearings in the Bianconeri.
The game had started well, however, especially for the young nugget of the Old Lady, Miretti, dazzling in the first fifteen minutes. But the dark reality that pursues the Bianconeri since the start of the season has again been invited to the Allianz Stadium: an error by Cuadrado gives Mazzocchi time to send a tense cross, taken over by Candreva (0-1, 19e). The Salernitana dictated their game in the Turin enclosure and even ended up doubling the bet, from the penalty spot. Piątek’s shot is deflected by Bremer’s hand, and the Pole converts his chance to stun Juve at home (0-2, 45e+5).
Bremer redeems himself in the second half by sending a helmet shot into the cages garnetexcellently served by Kostić (1-2, 51e). The rest of the story is less prolific for the Turinese, unable to transform yet multiple opportunities. The alarm bianconero arrives at the end of the night, first on a penalty after a foul by Vilhena. Bonucci has to do it twice, but manages to trick Sepe (2-2, 90e+3). Milik believes to deliver his team from a corner, with a crossed header, but his achievement is refused for a questionable offside (90e+5). The fiasco continues, as Cuadrado and Allegri are sent back to the locker room for protest, and Milik for a second yellow after removing his shirt.
A terrible end to the match which reinforces the doubts around Max Allegri, while Juve squats the midfield, alongside their evening opponent.
Juventus (4-3-3) : Perin – Cuadrado, Bonucci, Bremer, De Sciglio (Alex Sandro, 63e) – McKennie (Soule, 85e), Paredes, Miretti (Fagioli, 63e) – Kean (Milik, 46e), Vlahović, Kostić (Danilo, 79e). Coach : Massimiliano Allegri.
Salernitana (3-5-2) : Sepe – Bronn, Daniliuc, Fazio – Candreva, Maggiore (Kastanos, 81e), Vilhena, Coulibaly, Mazzocchi – Piątek (Botheim, 61e), Dia (Bonazzoli, 81e). Coach : David Nicola.