Canada Juve regains serenity in Malmö
Juve wanted Haaland - and is optimistic to extend with Dybala
© Provided by 90min rejected an offer from Juventus Turin: Norway-Knipser Erling Haaland | Hakon Mosvold Larsen / Getty Images Erling Haaland is in the football world now on everyone's lips. The edge with the babyface is due to the BVB on goal hunt, but whether he will stay out of the black and yellow over this season, may well be doubted.
Malmö 0-3 Juventus Goals: Sandro (23E), Dybala (45E, SP) and Morata (45E + 1)
Finally a little color in the Bianconeri .
Always without a victory after three days of Serie A, the Juve puts his head back to the place. The old lady went to Malmö for her entrance into Champions League (0-3). Without really shaking despite a balanced start of match, where Søren Rieks almost caught the setting with its stolen (17th). Alex Sandro unlocked the head meter on a center of Juan Cuadrado (0-1, 23e), then Álvaro Morata came into action to endorse the decision.
defeated by Ishmaël Diawara (32e), the Spanish caused a penalty transformed by Paulo Dybala (0-2, 45E), then pressed the nail in the stride by subtly slipping the balloon under the bar (0-3 , 45E + 1). The men of Massimiliano Allegri did not relax the hug in second period, Morata (62E) and Dybala (70th) passing near the double. Moise Kean would also have increased the score, but his goal was refused (70th), then Diawara interposed (90th).
The old lady always breathes.
Malmö (5-3-2): Diawara - Berget, Ahmedhodžić, Nielsen, Borson, Rieks (Olsson, 76th) - Innocent (Nanasi, 75th), Christiansen, Rakip (Nalic, 59th) - Birmancevic (Abubakari, 59th), Colak. Coach: Jon Dahl Tomasson.
Juventus (4-4-2): Szczęsny - Sandro, Bonucci, Lig (Rugani, 87th), Danilo - Rabiot, Bentancur (McKennie, 68th), Locatelli, Cuadrado (Kulusevski, 82e) - Morata (Kean, 67th) , Dybala (Ramsey, 82e). Coach: Massimiliano Allegri.
Did you know? Patrick Bruel has a secret refuge in the Vaucluse .
© Rachid Bellak / Bestimage Did you know? Patrick Bruel has a secret refuge in the Vaucluse it's on a sunny land, in the shade of trees and in front of the vertiginous mountainous massive that Patrick Bruel has set up a small corner of paradise. It delivers the secrets of its domain of Vaucluse in the newspaper La Provence this Tuesday, September 14th. Far from Algeria, he found a small corner of paradise under the olive trees of Provence.