On Sunday 2nd May 2021,Juventus traveled to the Dacia Arena - Stadio Friuli for a league match against Udinese.
Juventus are currently on top form,as they beat Parma 3-1 at their last league match at the Allianz stadium.
It was golden opportunity for Juventus to move to the top 4 list on the Seria A as they take on the 11th place Udinese.Juventus went a goal down against the homeside,at the first 10 minutes of the game after Molina scored to put Udinese on the lead.
The game continued 1-0 til 83 minutes,when Juventus got a penalty,which was scored by Ronaldo,after Rodrigo De Paul handles the ball inside the box.
90 minutes,Christiano Ronaldo made it 2-1 with a superb header,following Rabiot's brilliant cross.
After the game ended 2-1,Juventus moved to 3rd position on the Seria A league table.
See how the Seria A table looks.
Can Juventus maintain their current position till the season ends?.let's know your thoughts on the comment section below.
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