FC Copenhagen and Maccabi Haifa set a stunt: Juventus on edge of abyss

Maccabi Haifa and FC Copenhagen provided a stunt on Tuesday evening. The Israelis managed to win 2-0 against Juventus, the Danes took a good run against Manchester City. This loss makes it very difficult for Juventus to force wintering in the Champions League.
FC Copenhagen – Manchester City: 0-0
Pep Guardiola decided to give players a rest during the game in Denmark. Erling Haaland, Phill Foden and Nathan Aké, among others, started the game as reserve players. After 25 minutes of play, the renewed Manchester City already received a penalty after a hands-ball by ex-Ajacied Nicolai Boilesen. Riyad Mahrez got behind the ball, but the Algerian did not get the opening goal. Five minutes later, things got even worse for Manchester City. After a charge on the broken Hákon Arnar Haraldsson, left-back Sergio Goméz was shown the red card.
In the second half, Phill Foden and Bernardo Silva were still brought in, but they couldnt turn the tide for Manchester City either. Both teams ended the game without a goal, leaving Guardiolas team back to England by one point. As a result, Manchester City remains a leader in Group G of the Champions League.
Maccabi Haifa – Juventus: 2-0
Early in the game, it was Maccabi Haifa who scored the first goal. Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny was wrong in a high cross, causing the ball to disappear into the goal via Ömer Atzilis back. The next downer came when Ángel Di María had to leave the field with an injury. Arkadiusz Milik was his replacement. Even before the break, the doomsday scenario became true for the Italians. Juan Cuadrado lost the ball in the midfield to Frantzdy Pierrot. He pays again to Atzili, who was allowed to shoot in 2-0.
After the break, Juventus tried to turn it around with changes, but the change was no longer for the team from Turin. With four points behind Benfica and Paris Saint-Germain and one race less than the two frontrunners, it will be an almost impossible task to keep going for the Italians. The pressure on trainer Massimiliano Allegri is increasing after a series of bad results.