Sport Ronaldo, the terrible observation of Pirlo
Mistakes haunt Juve again in Derby della Mole draw with Torino
Self-inflicted wounds were again the topic of the day as Juve dropped more points and fell into a tie with Napoli.Instead, all hell broke loose in the days leading up to the contest, then Juve shot themselves in the foot repeatedly in the game itself. Leonardo Bonucci and Merih Demiral came back from their respective national teams positive for COVID-19, leaving questions as to whether other players who were with their national sides would also test positive for the virus. Then Weston McKennie, Paulo Dybala, and Arthur were suspended by the team after violating lockdown rules attending a gathering at McKennie’s home.
Orphan of a Cristiano Ronaldo wounded, the Juventus Turin is once again fallen on the lawn of Atalanta Bergamo (1-0), this Sunday, on the occasion of the 31st day of Serie A. The Bianconeri cedent thus Their third place in the ranking of their adversary of the day.
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The Best Scorer of the Championship (25 goals) has necessarily greatly missed at an old lady who will have sinned in finishing. At the end of the game, at the microphone of Sky Italia, Andrea Pirlo emphasized the importance of Ronaldo and therefore of his absence during this shock of the top table.CR7, "a killer in the surface"
"Ronaldo is our finisher, recalled the old midfield. He had made a great performance in the first leg. It adapts to these matches because it is a champion. It is a killer in the repair surface. Today we had our chances, we did not have used them and then we were punished. " One being you miss, and everything is depopulated ...
Vaccines aplenty but some Californians struggle to get one .
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