Match Review Serie A

Chievo 0 – 4 Juventus Serie A Match Report

January 31, 2016 - 5:27 pm


Chievo 0-4 Juventus

Scorers: Morata 6, 39 (J), Alex Sandro 60 (J), Pogba 67 (J)

Serie A Week 22 –  Sunday, 30th January – 11:30 GMT – Stadio Bentegodi

Juventus ran out 4-0 winners against Chievo, earning their 12th consecutive league win, equalling their own previous record



foot12Man of the Match: Paul Pogba

foot13  Flop of the Match: N/A

foot14  Corners: 4

foot05  Pass Accuracy: 88%

foot00  Shots on Target: 10

foot07  Total Shots: 30

foot01  Ball Possession: 65%

foot08  Formation:  3-5-2




Chievo: Bizzarri; Cacciatore, Dainelli, Sardo, Frey; Rigoni, Radovanovic (Pinzi 63), Castro; Birsa (Pellissier 66); Inglese, Mpoku (Gobbi 74)

Juventus: Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Caceres; Lichtsteiner (Padoin 80), Khedira (Sturaro 46), Marchisio (Hernanes 69), Pogba, Alex Sandro; Dybala, Morata

Ref: Doveri




Chievo 0-1 Juventus (Morata)


Chievo 0-2 Juventus (Morata)


Chievo 0-3 Juventus (Sandro)


Chievo 0-4 Juventus (Pogba)


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    BelgianJuventino February 1, 2016 at 12:45 pm

    Apparently there is concrete interest in Lapadula, 25 years old and currently top scorer in Serie B. I cant help but think this is only to use him as makeweight for another player and it is thought that would be the case for Saponara. I dont see Lapadula in a Juve jersey at all

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      thegutterpoet February 2, 2016 at 12:19 am

      Concrete interest and likely we have the option on him for the Summer alongside his pal at Pescara Caprari. Both will be used, if at all, pretty much how you mentioned, BJ. As make-weights, yet this is part of the new co-ownership routine. For whilst for example, Lapadulla may head to Empoli when we pick up Saponara, we may well retain an option on Lapadulla! I will forge an outline of our youth investments and moves soon, now that the mercato door has closed…

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        BelgianJuventino February 2, 2016 at 12:43 pm

        Please call me Jamie if you want to use my name, BJ isnt exactly a successful nickname XD

        Looking forward to your article, I just dont see any other value in Lapadula unless he would suddenly become some sort of new Inzaghi

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          thegutterpoet February 3, 2016 at 1:25 am

          hohoho! That really has made me chuckle, comrade! Welcome joy after my earlier collision with the surgeon’s scalpel to remove a cyst from my chest…It appears that both Lapadulla and Caprari were wanted by Empoli and have been made part of the deal which will see Saponara replace Hernanes at Juve. Which does not preclude Gundogan, I suspect we will get both, by which point we may have transitioned to a 4-3-1-2. Will have to wait and see how Allegri integrates Pereyra, hopefully as a trequartista, between the lines where he is clearly at his best. Which leads to the pondering…3 is too many eh! So perhaps if we pick up Saponara our interest in Gundogan will lessen, although I believe the Turk is comfortable anywhere in the central channel of midfield from a deep lying regista a la pirlo to higher up to the front men.

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            BelgianJuventino February 3, 2016 at 4:44 pm

            I had a good laugh about it as well xD anyway, hope you recover soon and sound!

            Curious to see what will happen to Gündogan, will he become bianconero or not?! Saponara just doesnt really excite me so much at this point in all honesty

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            thegutterpoet February 4, 2016 at 9:51 am

            I think we will move Hernanes on, bring in Saponara AND Gundogan. Unless a Premiership club goes for him, and offers much more to Dortmund and the player, which is possible, even likely. I trust that Beppe and Paratici have other options…They usually have a list of A, B and C for each position under scouting, then discuss with management and make their moves early. It was a little different in the Summer, for I suspect we had far less notice on Vidal and Tevez moving, than would normally be the case. As for Pirlo…I have no idea how much notice we had. Yet it was clearly midfield where we were left a little take by surprise, hence Hernanes. Lemina was probably a C option which we thought was worth a punt before he improved in France and became a target for wealthier clubs.

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    BelgianJuventino February 1, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    Dont know how I come up with this, but if Allegri would leave for an English team, I wouldnt mind going for Di Francesco as replacement. He looks for attractive, attacking football and is doing very well at Sassuolo. Certainly a realistic target too. More so than the likes of Ancelotti and Lippi and so on.

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      Peter February 2, 2016 at 8:32 am

      How about Sousa?

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        BelgianJuventino February 2, 2016 at 12:41 pm

        He would be nice too, maybe bit harder to get since he is at Fiorentina?

        Prefer an Italian coach though. Not a must-have, but its nice to have an Italian. Sousa would still be acceptable since he van be considered a bit Italian xp

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          Peter February 2, 2016 at 5:12 pm

          In case Allegri leaves I’d rather go with someone more experienced than Di Francesco. We got lucky with Conte, and I doubt anyone can win the league immediately they arrive without experience.

          Sousa has been winning leagues here and there. True, not in the big 5 countries, still I think leading teams through seasons to win the whole league is more important than a few good years at Sassuolo.

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            BelgianJuventino February 3, 2016 at 4:44 pm

            Valid argument there, where did Sousa coach before then? I didnt know he had experience already.

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            thegutterpoet February 4, 2016 at 9:46 am

            He was a decent player for us. Very composed on the ball. Not quick in anything but thought, yet always so comfortable, found time and space, always making himself available, more a fulcrum of the side than an offensive power. I enjoyed seeing him in our ranks. A Portuguese Pirlo without the genius…

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            BelgianJuventino February 4, 2016 at 9:49 am

            I know he was a player for us, but I have never seen him play, was probably far before I became a fan. Doesnt sound so great though, pirlo is great because of his genius xD not for the speed or grinta or anything like that :p

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            Peter February 4, 2016 at 9:48 am

            His team Videoton, came second twice in Hungary (fantastic league, I know :P) but in his first year he set a new club record in points through the season. In his second season he qualified for EL group stage (big thing for Hungarian teams) where he defeated Sporting and Basel, but still failed to qualify.

            After Videoton he managed Maccabi Tel Aviv for one year and won the league, then he went to Basel for one year and won it there too. Now he is at Fiorentina.

            You could say he won with the best teams in each league, still IF he does good at Fiorentina this year, I think I would try him sooner than Di Francesco.

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            BelgianJuventino February 4, 2016 at 9:51 am

            Thanks for the detailed info xP you were Hungarian too if I remember correctly?

            I wouldnt mind Sousa but personally I just like EDF better

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            Peter February 4, 2016 at 9:52 am

            I am. While he was here I could follow his interviews, he was obviously outstanding from our low grade swamp.

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            BelgianJuventino February 4, 2016 at 10:08 am

            Lol, low grade swamp, as a Belgian I know exactly what you mean. The League at least, the national team is probably the best we ever had right now

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            Peter February 4, 2016 at 1:14 pm

            Believe me when I say this, you have no idea. You have Anderlecht, Gent, Brugge just the top of my head. Name one team from Hungary other than Videoton I just mentioned. Our national team qualified for the Euros, first time in 30 something years. As you said, your national team is full of famous players. Name a few Hungarian national team players if you can. 😛

            And this is only teams and players, let’s just not talk about government owned clubs and such. So low and unclear, I wasn’t hesitating when I decided to support Juve first, and local football second.

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            BelgianJuventino February 4, 2016 at 2:01 pm

            Yeah that is our top 3 pretty much :p standard liege is a bit of the fallen giant here.

            Nope I cant name a single team, I have no idea xD maybe if I would look it up, something would sound familiar but I will Google it after posting this.

            I think the only Hungarian I can name is Dsudzsak or however you write the name.. Is he Hungarian? XD

            Right now the Belgian league/team are doing pretty well, compared to 10years ago. Still a beer League but sometimes they go far in EL or have a few good games in CL group stages, like Gent now.

            But for me too, I very much prefer Juventus football than any of the Belgian football

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            Peter February 4, 2016 at 2:46 pm

            He is Hungarian, very nice. One name! 😀 Spells his name Dzsudzsák though, but I accept it. “Dzs” actually counts as a single letter / sound in our alphabet. Should be spelled as the english “J” for example in “jerk”.

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            BelgianJuventino February 4, 2016 at 3:32 pm

            Well, its better than nothing!xD Googled the team, there were a few I think I heard of, but the majority doesnt ring any bells.

            Yeah that is something completely unfamiliar in my language, I knew I would spell it wrong, but didnt want to Google it either to avoid getting links to other Hungarian players.

            You can probably name almost the entire Belgian team now, but ten years ago, you would have struggled naming just one player too! 😀

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            Peter February 4, 2016 at 3:50 pm

            I’d guess Kompany was called up 10 years ago as well. 😛

            I had to look up some others, some names are familiar, I just wasn’t sure about them being Belgian or Dutch. 😛

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            BelgianJuventino February 4, 2016 at 4:41 pm

            Haha yeah I looked it up, he made his debute in 2004. Anyway the team in the 90’s-early 2000 was terribly bad.

            The dutch and the belgians have pretty similar names, since we all speak dutch so yeah, confusion is normal if you dont come from these parts xp

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            BelgianJuventino February 4, 2016 at 2:02 pm

            On a different note, I will je so torn apart when Italy and Belgium face off at Euro 16… I just cant cheer against either one

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    ho Hi February 3, 2016 at 6:51 am

    And now against napoli without Khedira and Mandzukic. Hard times. But hopefully Sturaro will make it. Khedira doesnt have much luck. Its annoying me.