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Friendly: Result JUVENTUS 5 – 0 NOVARA, Sunday 13 September 2020

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Juventus Coach Andrea Pirlo winning the first friendly game against Novara on Sunday 13 September 2020.  Juventus are preparing to defend their title as current Italy’s Champions in the new 2020 -2021 Season.  Juventus crushed Novara with a 5-0 score.  The goals for Juventus were by Cristiano Ronaldo opening the score,  Aaron Ramsey, Marko Pjaca and a late brace from Manolo Portanova.

The debut also of young midfielder Dejan Kulusevski.

Juventus will make the 2020-2021 debut against Sampdoria on Sunday 20 September 2020 at the Allianz Stadium.

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Goals:  20′ Cristiano Ronaldo, 56′ Aaron Ramsey, 66′ Marko Pjaca, 91′ Manolo Portanova, 93′ Portanova

JUVENTUS (3-4-1-2): Szczesny (46′ Buffon); Danilo (63′ De Sciglio), Bonucci (46′ Demiral), Chiellini (46′ Pellegrini); Cuadrado (63′ Portanova), Rabiot (46′ Arthur), McKennie (46′ Bentancur), Alex Sandro (63′ Rugani); Ramsey (63′ Nicolussi); Kulusevski (46′ Douglas Costa), Ronaldo (46′ Pjaca).

Subs: Pinsoglio, Vrioni.

Coach:  Andrea Pirlo

NOVARA (4-3-2-1): Lanni; Pagani (63′ Lorenzi), Bove, Bellich (46′ Hrkac), Cagnano; Nardi (46′ Rusconi, 63′ Buzzegoli), Collodel (77′ Spitale), Schiavi (63′ Bianchi); Cisco (63′ Zunno), Panico (66′ Tordini); Bortolussi ( Gonzalez).

Coach: Banchieri

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Official: Friendly Sporting Club de Portugal vs Napoli canceled due to COVID-19

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Napoli announcing the cancellation of the friendly game against Sporting which was scheduled for Sunday 13 September 2020 at 20:30.   The reason is that several players from Sporting Club de Portugal were tested positive for COVID-19.  Napoli were already in  Portugal and will return to Italy.

Napoli Coach Gennaro Gattuso will focus now on preparing the squad for the 2020-2021 Serie A debut against Parma at the Ennio Tardini Stadium on Sunday 20 September.

 

Friendly: Result BENEVENTO 2 – 1 REGGINA, Saturday 12 September 2020

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Benevento Coach Filippo Inzaghi with encouraging news. Benevento defeated Reggina  with a 2-1 in the friendly game on Saturday 12 September 2020 at the Vigorito Stadium.  Benevento were promoted from the Serie B to the Serie A to participate in the 2020-2021 Season.

Inzaghi saying, “You must never lose the habit of winning. We started a bit tight, then the team came out. We conceded a naive goal, then we created a lot and could have been even more cynical. The condition gives me hope. I preferred to give less time to those who played for the national team, all the others behaved well. This is the best news that does not surprise me at all ”.

Referee: Saverio ESPOSITO di Ercolano.
Assistants: Caputo – Pelosi.
Booked: Crisetig (R), Del Pinto (B).

Goals: 54’ Loiacono (R), 55’ Moncini (B), 61’ Improta (B).

Official lineups – formations:

BENEVENTO: Montipò (59’ Manfredini), Letizia (46’ Tello), Caldirola (K), Glik (46’ Barba), Foulon (Rillo), R. Insigne (59’ Kragl), Hetemaj (59’ Del Pinto), Sau (59’ Caprari), Schiattarella (Basit), Ionita, Moncini (Di Serio).

Subs: Gori, Vokic.

Coach:  Filippo Inzaghi

REGGINA: Plizzari (46’ Guarna), Loiacono (K) (74’ Del Prato), Rossi (46’ Stavropoulos), Rolando, Crisetig (46’ De Rose), Bertoncini, Sounas (46’ Mastour), Bianchi (65’ Garufo), Denis (46’ Reginaldo), Bellomo (46’ Menez), Liotti (46’ Peli).

Subs: Rechichi, Farroni.

Coach: Toscano

 

Friendly: Result CAGLIARI 2 – 2 AS ROMA, Saturday 12 September 2020

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Cagliari 2 – 2 AS Roma 

38′ Marko Rog                            59′ Cengiz Ünder
43′ Sebastian Walukiewicz   61′ Henrikh Mkhitaryan

Cagliari and AS Roma faced each other in a pre-season friendly on Saturday 12 September 2020 at the Sardegna Arena.   The game ended with a draw which is disappointing for Cagliari who were leading with a 2-0.   Cagliari Coach Eusebio Di Francesco met with his ex team.   The draw for AS Roma sounds more like a victory reacting in the second half to level the score.

The Serie A 2020-2021 Serie A season starts next week.  Hellas Verona vs AS Roma on Saturday 19 September at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium and Sassuolo vs Cagliari on Sunday 20 September at the Mapei Stadium.

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Referee: Cappai (Cagliari)

Goals: 38′ Marko Rog (C), 43′ Sebastian Walukiewicz (C), 59′ Cengiz Ünder (R), 61′ Henrikh Mkhitaryan (R).

CAGLIARI: Cragno (69′ Vicario), Faragò (83′ Pinna), Walukiewicz (67′ Pisacane), Klavan (83′ Carboni), Lykogiannis (83′ Pakac), Caligara (63′ Ladinetti), Oliva (46′ Sottil), Rog (78′ Conti), Nandez (91′ Contini), Simeone (67′ Pavoletti), Joao Pedro (67′ Zappa) –

Coach: Eusebio Di Francesco.

AS ROMA: Pau Lopez, Mancini, Cristante (46′ Under), Ibanez (84′ Juan Jesus), Karsdorp (67′ Santon), Diawara, Veretout (91′ Sekk), Spinazzola (67′ Calafiori), Pellegrini (67′ Villar), Mkhitaryan, Dzeko (67′ Perotti, 80′ Antonucci) –

Coach: Paulo Fonseca.

 

Friendly: Result AC MILAN 3 – 1 BRESCIA, Saturday 12 September 2020

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   AC Milan 3- 1 Brescia
40′ Franck Kessiè              73′ Andrea Ghezzi
48′ Lorenzo Colombo
60′ Samu Castillejo

AC Milan winning their last friendly game defeating Brescia in Milanello on Saturday 12 September 2020.   AC Milan Coach Stefano Pioli observing his players and we might think that he is already having a clear idea on his ideal starting lineup for the 2020-2021 Season. This was the fourth friendly game ending the pre-season.  AC Milan will play the Serie A Week 1 against Bologna on 21 September 2020 in San Siro.

The highlight of this friendly is the debut of midfielder Sandro Tonnali (the ex-Brescia player) starting as a substitute in the 73rd minute.  The debut also of goalkeeper Ciprian Tătărușanu in the 57th minute replacing goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.  Brahim Díaz also starting as a substitute seeing action in the 57th minute replacing Alexis Saelemaekers. Brahim playing his second game with the Rossoneri after his transfer from Real Madrid.

AC Milan opening the score in the 40th minute.  It is Franck Kessié to defeat Brescia goalkeeper Andrenacci with a headed shot in the high center.  The assist is by Hakan Calhanoglu.

Second goal of the match is for the Rossoneri.  In the 48th minute, Lorenzo Colombo scoring with a right footed shot in the center. The assist is by Samu Castillejo.  Way to go for Colombo scoring his 3rd goal in the pre-season.

Brescia in despair as in the 60th minute conceding another goal.  It is Samu Castillejo to increase the score with a right footed shot.   The assist is by Davide Calabria.

The honor goal for Brescia is scored in the 74th minute by Andrea Ghezzi defeating AC Milan goalkeeper Tătărușanu with a right footed shot in the center.

Here is AC MILAN official starting lineup – formation by Coach Stefano Pioli:

AC Milan (4-2-3-1): G. Donnarumma; Calabria, Kjaer, Gabbia, Hernández; Kessie, Bennacer; Castillejo, Calhanoglu, Saelemaekers; Colombo

Here is BRESCIA official starting lineup – formation by Coach Del Neri:

Brescia (4-3-1-2): Andrenacci; Sabelli, Papetti, Mangraviti, Martella; Spalek, Bjarnason, Dessena; Zmrhal; Ayè, Morosini.

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AC Milan 3 – 1 Brescia
Saturday 12 September 2020
Milanello
Milan, Italy

Referee:  Bonacina (Bergamo)

Goals: 40′ Franck Kessiè (M), 48′ Lorenzo Colombo (M), 60′ Samu Castillejo (M), 73′ Andrea Ghezzi (B)

Official lineups – formations:

AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): G. Donnarumma (57′ Tătărușanu); Calabria (83′ Kalulu), Kjær, Gabbia, Hernández (83′ Laxalt); Kessie, Bennacer (73′ Tonali); Castillejo (57′ Díaz), Çalhanoğlu (83′ Paquetá), Saelemaekers (57′ Krunić); Colombo (57′ Maldini).

Subs: A. Donnarumma; Bellodi; Krunić, Michelis, Pobega.

Coach:  Stefano Pioli.

BRESCIA (4-3-3): Andrenacci; Sabelli, Papetti, Mangraviti (50′ Matějů), Martella; Špalek, Bjarnason (50′ Viviani), Dessena; Zmrhal, Ayé, Morosini (57′ Ghezzi).

Subs: Filigheddu; Semprini; Ferrari.

Coach: Delneri.