With the title secured, Juventus fell at home to Rome


With the Scudetto in your hands, Juventus he relaxed to think about the Champions League and fell 3-1 against Roma at Allianz Stadium in what was the last day of the A league. Colombian Juan Guillermo Cuadrado was a substitute and saw no minutes.

With the championship in their hands, the locals took the lead in the fifth minute through Gonzalo Higuaín, who left-handedly pushed a ball that was intentionally deflected by Adrien Rabiot after a corner kick.

However, the team from the capital of Italy woke up shortly after, at 23 ‘, equaled the scoreboard with a great shot from Kalinic, who gave the first intention and volleyed a clearance with the fists he had taken out Szczesny to the crescent.

However, Diego Perotti turned the result over at the end of the first half via the penalty kick after Leonardo Bonucci’s foul on Riccardo Calafiori.

In the second half, with Vecchia Signora on the attack to seek a draw, Rome had plenty of space to counterattack, which Zaniolo took advantage of at 52 ‘to filter the pass to Perotti, who scored his double at the departure of the Polish goalkeeper and thus liquidate the meeting.

In this way, Juventus will face the duel against Olympique Lyon for the return of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 with a defeat under their arms, but with the Scudetto already secured before.


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