Napoli host Juventus in a their first Seria A clash this season at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium. Recall that Napoli and Juventus were supposed to meet on October 4, 2020 but the match had to be postponed because Napoli failed to show up as some of their key players tested positive for the coronavirus. This resulted into Juventus being awarded a 3-0 win over Napoli and also a point deduction from Napoli. This decision was later revoked and the second leg being played last night, ended in favour of Napoli. A penalty scored by Insigne at the 31th minute help Napoli secure a 1-0 win over Andrea Pirlo's men.
The two sides started the match with strong starting eleven.
Napoli started with Meret, M Rui, Maksimovic, Rrahmani, Lorenzo, Bakayoko, Zielinski, Lozano, Politano, Insigne and Nigerian star Victor Osimhen.
Juventus line up with Szczesny, Chiellini, De Ligt, Cuadrado, Danilo, Rabiot, Chielsa, Bentacur, Cristiano Ronaldo, Bernardeschi and Alvaro Morata.
Napoli's goalkeeper denied Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo tonight after making some good saves. Juventus failed to move higher on the Serie A table and fans do not seem happy with this. See some of the reactions from fans about Ronaldo;
AC Milan is now seven points clear ahead of Juventus.
Can Ronaldo help Juventus secure the serie A title again?
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