Great Goal show from Juventus

  • Title : Great Goal show from Juventus
Date: 04 Nov 2020    


In Juventus' 4-1 win over Ferencvaros Budapest, two goals from Morata put the Italians on track. In the second section, some bad defensive mistakes made by the Hungarians for more goals.


Ferencvaros coach Serhiy Rebrov changed his starting line-up to five positions after the 1-1 draw at pursuers Fehervar FC: Blazic, Lovrencsics, Siger, Nguen and Zubkov replaced Heister, Boli, Kovacevic, Laidouni and Skvarka.

Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo was finally able to fall back on Cristiano Ronaldo in the 4-1 away win at promoted La Spezia - and the superstar delivered a brace after being substituted on. In the Champions League he was even in the starting line-up, but Dybala had to go to the bench. Ramsey, Rabiot and Chiellini also started for McKennie, Betancur (both bank) and Demiral (yellow-red suspension).

Juve put pressure on, Morata the goal

Juventus got off to a good start and pushed Ferencvaros deep into their own half early on. The old lady tried to succeed especially on the flanks - and that worked after just a few minutes: Cuadrado ran up a steep pass from Bonucci and passed flat in the middle. Cristiano missed Ronaldo at the first post, but Morata was still in the middle, who pushed in to take the lead (7th).

After a good quarter of an hour, however, Juventus slacked off a bit and Ferencvaros dared to move forward. Above all, the agile Lorencsics was always the starting point for the Hungarians' advances, but the Szczesny goal was not in serious danger - Somalia (17th) and Zubkov (27th) only shot next to the housing. The favorite from Turin remained more dangerous, but Cristiano Ronaldo was just barely disturbed by Blazic, ready to shoot (36th).

In the rain from Budapest the second section began very slowly. Juventus did not do more than necessary and almost got the 2-0 for a fatal bad pass from Siger, but Cristiano Ronaldo decided against the back pass to Morata and missed from an acute angle (58th). Only a little later, however, the Portuguese made it better and served Morata in the penalty area, who slipped the ball perfectly into the corner from 15 meters (60.) - Ex-Schalke McKennie had carefully let through for the goal scorer.

Bad Budapest defensive failures

With the 2-0 win, the game was as good as decided and Budapest had nothing more to oppose. As the game progressed, the Hungarians' strength diminished more and more. Isaels slip in front of the penalty area left the substitute Dybala initially unpunished. With the ungrateful back pass from Blazic to keeper Dibusz, the Argentine was then merciless and pushed in to make it 3-0 (72nd).

If defender Blazic was at least partially to blame for the 3-0 win, the fourth goal was conceded by Dibusz. The keeper had a lot of time in the penalty area, but still played the ball into Dybala’s feet. The Argentine immediately pushed the leather through the keeper's legs, Dvali tried to save what could not be saved and made an own goal (82nd).
Boli hits the spot

In the final minutes, Boli initially missed the consolation goal after a serious dropout by Chiellini (84th), but in the final minute the striker from Ivory Coast made the final score 1: 4 (90th).

This means that Juventus remains in second place in Group G with six points behind FC Barcelona, ​​who did not lose points.