The Ligt-less Juventus can breathe relieved against ten of Sassuolo

Juventus was released on Sunday night in his hunt for title prolongation. La Vecchia Signora ended the undefeated status of leading AC Milan at midweek and won Sunday in the final phase of Sassuolo decimated to ten players.

Juventus started the duel with the number seven as Italy‘s number six and had to do without Matthijs de Lit, who took a corontest this week. The duel only came to life at rest. Pedrio Obiang slipped uncontrollably on Federico Chiesa and received a red card after interference from the VAR.

RED! End of match for Pedro Obiang âœThrough this filthy tackle, the midfielder of Sassuolo must leave the duel prematurely ðÿ’¥ #ZiggoSport #SerieA #JUVSAS pic.twitter.com/Yly0AH4Ehu
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The hosts went directly on the hunt for the opening hit and were able to cheer five minutes after rest. Right-back Danilo steamed up and scored goalkeeper Andrea Consigli with a diagonal slider: 1-0. However, the ten of Sassuolo had resilience and were at the same level in no time. Grégoire Defrel slipped between Leonardo Bonucci and Merih Demiral and shot into the 1-1.

Sassuolo comes on equal heights! Ðÿ‘€juventus is sleeping in the back and Defrel shoots in ðÿ’#ZiggoSport #SerieA #JUVSAS pic.twitter.com/CGOWO9ofsy
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Then it seemed for a long time that Juventus would bite himself on Sassuolo: Consigli unpacked with a save on a bet by Dejan Kulusevski. Five minutes before, however, Aaron Ramsey brought relief to Turin after being overlooked by all his opponents: 2-1. Cristiano Ronaldo put an end to all uncertainty in the injury period with his 3-1.
The winner of the last nine Series A editions comes at 33 points and climbs to spot four. The backlog on AC Milan is seven points, but Juventus still has the catching up against Napoli.

Juventus is struggling against Sassuolo, but does get a 2-1 lead ð™ œAaron Ramsey is confident ðÿ¤™ #ZiggoSport #SerieA #JUVSAS pic.twitter.com/0hm7pkqk8u
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