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Juventus - Ferencvaros 2-1
Champions League gruppe G
19' 0-1 Myrto Uzuni
35' 1-1 Cristiano Ronaldo
90' 2-1 Alvaro Morata

Juventus var på vej mod at spille uafgjort mod Ferencvaros, men i overtiden dukkede Alvaro Morata op og sikrede Juve en 2-1-sejr og en billet videre.

Tirsdag kunne Juventus spille sig endegyldigt videre i Champions League, hvilket blot krævede en sejr i hjemmekampen mod Ferencvaros.

Det skulle dog vise sig at blive en sværere opgave end som så for Andrea Pirlos udvalgte.

Undertippede Ferencvaros kom noget overraskende foran efter små 20 minutter, hvor Myrto Uzuni var på pletten og gjorde det til 1-0 for gæsterne.

Derfor var Juventus for alvor tvunget frem på banen, og ti minutter før pausen kom forløsningen, da Cristiano Ronaldos flade afslutning strøg i kassen til 1-1.

Juventus dominerede mere i anden halvleg og kom til en række afslutninger, men den afgørende skarphed manglede.

Derfor lignede det længe, at Ferencvaros ville hente et flot point i den svære udekamp, men til allersidst gik det galt for gæsterne.

Juan Cuadrado smækkede bolden ind foran, hvor Alvaro Moratas hovedstød akkurat sneg sig i mål, og således vandt Juventus en kneben 2-1-sejr.

Juve er derfor ligesom Barcelona videre til Champions League-slutspillet, eftersom afstanden til Dynamo Kiev og Ferencvaros er otte point med blot to kampe igen af gruppespillet.


Af Martin Schmidt

4 kommentarer

John Smith 23:14          
Hold k... en lortekamp af Juventus. Pirlo er bare ikke kommet godt fra start. Og hvad laver McKennie på en kant? Han er en knokler og spiller kant. Og så skal Morata bare ind noget før, så varm som han er. Pirlo, du skal oppe dig. Når det er sagt, spiller 3/4 af Juventus spillere under niveau i dag. De spiller alt for langsom med for mange berøringer.
Slettet(102232210801) 23:22          
Morata er virkelig sæsonens spiller indtil videre. når det er sagt, så er juve elendige igen. barca, selv i deres nuværende form, vil rive det her juve hold midt over på camp nou i dec. de spiller virkelig dårligt.
ligaes 23:28          
Ja Morata spiller sgu godt.

7 mål i 9 kampe er næsten ligeså godt som Ronaldos 9 mål i 7 kampe.
John Smith 23:52          
Wojciech Szczesny (GK) - 5/10 - Had little to do and couldn´t prevent the visitors´ goal, mainly because his defence crumbed in front of him.

Juan Cuadrado (RB) - 7/10 - Grabbed himself two assists, showing his attacking quality despite being placed at right back. A bit suspect defensively.

Danilo (CB) - 5/10 - Slipped for the opening goal. Generally looked shaky as part of a two man defence when he´s become accustomed to playing in a back three. Booked.

Matthijs de Ligt (CB) - 7/10 - Came charging out of central defence for Ferencvaros´s goal and failed to win his header. Aside from that moment of weakness, it seemed like De Ligt was the only Juve player bothering to defend.

Alex Sandro (LB) - 6/10 - Caught a little too narrow in the build up to the night´s first goal. Offered an outlet down the left as usual and was dominant in the air.

Weston McKennie (RM) - 5/10 - Looked like a round peg filling a square hole. Tracked back and helped out defensively but little else to report on.

Rodrigo Bentancur (CM) - 6/10 - Was his usual combative self in central midfield, winning plenty of tackles. Replaced as manager Andrea Pirlo searched for the winner.

Arthur (CM) - 6/10 - Was consistently available, registering a monstrous amount of touches and passes. Did struggle to bridge the gap between midfield and attack, however.

Federico Bernardeschi (LM) - 6/10 - Came agonisingly close to scoring in the second half, his half volley striking the post after a fingertip stop from Dibusz. Couldn´t provide too much spark otherwise.

Paulo Dybala (ST) - 5/10 - Really subdued. Often dropped deep but wasn´t influential on the ball and was hooked for Morata just after the hour mark.

Cristiano Ronaldo (ST) - 6/10 - Got his customary Champions League goal with a lovely low strike from outside the box. The game seemed like it was waiting for the Portuguese legend to score the winner, though in the end it wasn´t required.

Alvaro Morata - 7/10 - Spared his side´s blushes with his fifth Champions League goal already this season.

Federico Chiesa - 5/10

Dejan Kulusevski - 5/10

Aaron Ramsey - 5/10

Adrien Rabiot - 5/10

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