Portuguese International, Cristiano Ronaldo was in action yesterday as he made an appearance in Juventus friendly fixture against Atalanta at the Allianz Stadium. The 36 year-old wasn't at his best in the fixture despite the Old Lady's winning the match 3-1 at home. Argentine International, Paulo Dybala and Bernadeschi scored in the 8th and 39th minute of the fixture to give Juventus the 2-1 lead at half time.
Juventus may be in for a disastrous 2021/22 Serie A campaign judging from how poor they've performed in their first 3 games in the league. Their first league match this season saw Allegri's men throw away a 2-goal lead against Udinese, although Cristiano Ronaldo almost snatched all 3 points for the Old Ladies only for VAR to step in and chalk off the goal for an offside.
Photo Credit: Getty Images Chelsea returns to UEFA Champions League action this week when they face Juventus at the Allianz Stadium on Wednesday. Both clubs have talented players on their rosters and are looking to make a statement this week. Photo Credit: Getty Images Head-to-Head: Juventus vs. Chelsea
The European Champions and the Italian giants are set to battle out in the UCL on Wednesday as the blues continue their shot at defending the UCL title. Both sides had different results over the weekend. While Chelsea's unbeaten start to the new season was ended by Manchester City, Juventus picked up their second three points of the new season as they beat Sampdoria by a margin of three goals to two.
Chelsea will travel to Turin to face Juventus in the uefa champions league on match day two. Both Chelsea and Juventus opened their champions league campaign with a victory in the first round of the tournament two weeks ago. The second match of the group H encounter between Juventus and Chelsea will be officiated by FIFA certified Spanish referee, Jesús Gil Manzano.
The Serie A returns after two weeks of the international break with Napoli hosting Juventus at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium. Juventus are expected to bounce back on their winning ways after suffering a defeat against Empoli on their last Serie A meeting. Napoli is also expected to continue on their winning ways after they won their last two matches on Serie A.
Chelsea will face Juventus in the champions league once again on Wednesday. The first game of their 2 leg group fixtures will be played at Turin tomorrow. Although Juventus have had a rough start this season, they have won their last 3 games. Chelsea however lost their first game of the season against Man City last Saturday.
Chelsea Football club could be heading into the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday without some of their key players as they have been ruled out of the clash due to Injury. Chelsea suffered their first League defeat over the weekend when they played against League rivals Manchester City on Saturday afternoon.
Barcelona put on a great performance against Juventus last night after a 3-0 victory against the Italian club. Thanks to the goals from Memphis Depay, Puig and the header from Danish forward Martin Braithwaite. Ronald Koeman's boys have been performing extremely well in their preseason matches and the fans are so excited.
The friendly match between FC Barcelona and Juventus was anticipated by many Barcelona fans, especially after Lionel Messi departed from the club. Note that many football fans, commentators, and pundits have always wondered what FC Barcelona would look like after Messi's departure. Photo: Barcelona Team Celebrating A Goal || Twitter
In what was expected to be a mouthwatering clash, Chelsea fell to a 1-0 defeat against Juventus courtesy of an early second half strike from Federico Chiesa.Without mincing words, the Blues were the better side with four shots on target, but they had a resilent Juventus side to contend with.
Chelsea suffered their first defeat of the season during the weekend against Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. The Blues started their season strongly in the English top-flight and the uefa champions league, after tasting defeat in their last outing the Blues will be looking to go back to winning ways against Juventus.
Barcelona faced Juventus in their last pre season fixture before the season kicks off next week. Here are five things we learnt as Barcelona beat Juventus. Photo Credit: gettyimages 1. Cristiano Ronaldo made his first appearance for Juventus in the pre season. The Portuguese forward will spend next season at Juventus after rumours of him leaving the club rose after the transfer window was opened.
Chelsea recently got their first defeat of the season against Manchester City today.It was not an easy game but Pep Guardiola's men found a way to score and then utilized the chance. Photo Credit: Twitter Thomas Tuchel used a different type of formation which partially contributed to his team's loss.He(Tuchel) left his default 3-4-3 pattern and switched to 3-5-2, this made the blues to play defensive throughout the first half.
Barcelona has won Juventus in a pre-season fixture ahead of the new season even without Lionel Messi as they faced they over powered the likes of Ronaldo on the field. Photo Credit: GettyImages Barcelona recently announced that Messi will not continue his career with the club and many fans were shocked with the decision mainly because of the fact that Messi is a world class player who has contributed to the growth of Barcelona over the years.
Juventus' Serie A opening game of the season against Udinese ended in a 2-2 draw with Cristiano Ronaldo's late winner cancelled by VAR. Back in charge of the Old Ladies, Massimiliano Allegri's second stint as Juventus coach appeared to be heading for a glorious start when Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado gave the visitors a 2-goal lead inside the first 23 minutes of the game.
The Spanish La Liga Giants, Barcelona ended their pre-season game on a winning note as they got an emphatic 3-0 victory over Juventus at Camp Nou. The Catalan side were dominant all through the match as they recorded a comfortable victory over Italian giants, Juventus in a one-sided encounter.
BAR 3-0 JUV: Barcelona Fan Praise Memphis Depay After His Stunning Display Against Juventus Tonight.
Barcelona beat Juventus 3-0 tonight in their first game since Messi's departure from the club. The Catalan giants faced off against one of the best teams from Italy in Juventus and they came out on top. Memphis Depay, the man who joined on a free transfer from Lyon was the star of the show as he ran things for Barcelona in the way Messi used to do it for the Catalan giants.
Massimiliano Allegri started his second stint at Juventus with a 2-2 draw vs Udinese in the opening Serie A (SA) round. That match saw Cristiano Ronaldo start as a sub in consecutive top-flight fixtures for the first time since his arrival at the club (July 2018), which eventually led to his sensational switch to Manchester United.
Barcelona and Juventus locked horns at the Johan Cruyff Stadium today as they were both looking to win this year's edition of the Joan Gamper Trophy. The Catalans looking to wipe away the memories of Lionel Messi leaving the club and focus on today's match in which they had to defeat Italian side Juventus.