Juventus did not become a champion of Italy for the first time in ten years last season and has lost it all since. La Vecchia Signora was even surprised by Sassuolo in her own house on Wednesday night, which saw Davide Frattesi scored shortly before rest and Maxime Lopez scored deep in injury time: 1-2. Matthijs de Lout participated in the full ninety minutes and had to do it with one deep inadequate and some cramped enough in the Italian player reports.
The medium Stadio News found that De Lig was among the negative outliers and distributes a 4.5. ‘A brutta prestazione, a bar-bad performance, by the Dutch defender, who may have lost some of his confidence, after a series of spare breaks at the beginning of the season. Sassuolo’s first hit can be written on his conto. ‘
The latter has also not escaped TuttoMercatoWeb, although the medium is a bit more nuanced in his judgment: De Lout can count on a 5.5. “Frattesi flashed by him and scored. Furthermore, he had a few good interventions, although it is still another cake compared to Giorgio Chiellini (who stayed on the couch throughout the game, ed.). ‘
CalcioMercato also keeps it at the smallest possible, a 5.5. “The way he played Grégoire Defrel was not a measure of measure. At Frattesi‘s counterpart, he was passive, but that was true for the entire Juventus block in the back. ‘
Fanta Magazine does not overcharge De Lig‘s involvement in the first counter-hit either. “He was pulled away by a running action by Domenico Berardi and failed to intervene with the goal of Frattesi. However, it was the only mistake in a further wrinkless performance. ‘
Fansite JuventusNews24 finally gives out a 6 and judges briefly but vigorously about the Orange international: the performance of De Lig is summarized in three words. ‘Gara tranquilla dietro, freely translated: quiet potty in the back. ‘
The Old Lady in Trouble Again 😤 Sassuolo hits 0-1 in Turin just before rest: Davide Frattesi pricks the ball in the far corner 📐 #ZiggoSport #JuveSassuolo #SerieA pic.twitter.com/sTrzfApDHo
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