The first match that was played in the Serie A competition yesterday, was between Atalanta and Bologna. Atalanta who impressed in their opening game of the Serie A season last weekend, played a disappointing goalless draw with Bologna at home yesterday.
After Lazio humiliated spezia 6-1, Juventus then hosted Empoli in the last fixture of the Serie A competition yesterday. Juventus who are yet to record a victory this new season, were defeated at home yesterday by one goal nothing.
After all matches were played in the Serie A competition yesterday, below is how the table now looks like, with Lazio occupying the first position following their victory over Spezia yesterday. Juventus on the other hand, are occupying the 13th position in the table, after they only secured one point from 2 matches.
What do you have to say about this? Do you think Juventus can still dominate Serie A this season in the absence of Christiano Ronaldo? Kindly share your opinion in the comments section below.
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