Juventus played their fifth game of the Italian Serie A this season as they desperately looked for a win when they travelled to face Spezia at the Stadio Alberto Picco today. The Italian Giants got their first league victory of the season as they fought really hard to salvage a narrow 3-2 victory over Spezia at the end of the match.
Juventus had first say on the scoreline in the 28th minute of the match as Moise Kean converted brilliantly from the 18-yard area to put his side 1-0 goal ahead. Spezia got the leveller before halftime as Gyasi's effort was deflected into the Juventus's net which made the scoreline level.Spezia scored again in the 49th minute of the match as Janis Antiste also netted a deflected goal to put his side ahead. Juventus fought back in the match as important goals from Federico Chiesa and Matthjis De Ligt gave them a narrow 3-2 win over Spezia at full-time.
Juventus are really struggling to get back in shape since Cristiano Ronaldo left the club some weeks ago. The Portuguese International was an important player for Juventus before his exit as he made them win games easily through his brilliance on goal. Juventus lost a prolific goal scorer in Cristiano Ronaldo who is currently banging the goals for Man United.Post Ronaldo's era will really be difficult for Juventus as they are yet to find a potential replacement for him. Today's match clearly showed they were missing his brilliance in front of goal as they found it difficult to convert from their numerous chances in the game. Juventus needs to work on life with Cristiano Ronaldo.
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