The Juventus first football team won the derby match that brought it together with its guest, Turin, with a score of “4-0”, on Tuesday, in the twenty-fourth round of the Italian League.
At Allianz Stadium, Juventus overturned its delay with a goal against Turin to an exciting victory by two goals in the first half and the same in the second half.
Ivorian Jan Cramo advanced with an early goal for Turin two minutes after the start of the match, then Colombian Juan Cuadrado equalized for Juventus at the 16th minute.
Paraguayan Antonio Sanabria returned Turin to the fore by scoring the second goal two minutes before the end of the first half, but two minutes later the Brazilian Danilo responded with the equalizer for Juventus.
In the second half, Juventus won with the goals of the Brazilian Bremer and the Frenchman
Adrien Rabiot at the 71st and 81st minutes.
The victory raised Juventus’ balance to 35 points in seventh place, and Turin’s balance stopped at 31 points in ninth place.
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