Coppa Italia Round of 16: Result JUVENTUS 2 – 1 MONZA, Thursday 19 January 2023 Anna Italia
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39% Ball Possession JUVENTUS and 61% Ball Possession MONZA
  Juventus 2 – 1 Monza
8′ Moise Kean                                 24′ Mattia Valotti
78′ Federico Chiesa
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🏆🇮🇹 👉    Juventus won the Coppa Italia Round of 16 game defeating Monza on Thursday 19 January 2023 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy. Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus gets the pass for the Quarter-finals of the Frecciarossa Italian Cup and will meet Maurizio Sarri’s Lazio. Knockout round that will take place on February 2nd.

Moise Kean opened the dance in the 8th minute with a twist on the far post. The reaction from Brianza followed, which several times came close to breaking even; the latter takes shape in the 24th minute with a decisive goring from Valoti, which brings everything back into balance. In the second half Landucci, called to replace the disqualified Allegri, puts in fresh forces, one of which comes the goal that will sanction the definitive advantage. In fact, Federico Chiesa lights up, picking up Alex Sandro’s through ball and finding the winning space from the edge of the area, mocking a Cragno who had made numerous decisive replies throughout the match. The match ends after 5 minutes of added time, in which the thrill arrives with Rovella, who frees his right foot from the edge but does not find the mirror.

Monza participates in the round of 16 of the Italian Cup for the third time in its history, after those of 1939 (when it reached the quarterfinals) and 1959.

Juventus opened the score in the 8th minute. Moise Kean defeated Monza goalkeeper Alessio Cragno with a headed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Weston McKennie.

Monza equalized in the 24th minute. Mattia Valotti defeated Juventus goalkeeper Mattia Perin with a headed shot to the high center. The assist is by Andrea Colpani with a cross following a corner conceded by Danilo.

Juventus took the lead again in the 78th minute. The goal by Federico Chiesa with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Alex Sandro.

✅     Stats before the game. Juventus are unbeaten in the four Coppa Italia matches played against Monza (W2, D2): all of these four matches were played in the group stage between 1976 and 1986. The four Coppa Italia matches between Juventus and Monza are joined by the one in Serie A last September, when the Brianza players achieved their only success against the Bianconeri (1-0). Juventus is the team that has reached the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia for the most consecutive editions: in fact, the bianconeri have passed the round of 16 in all the last 15 seasons, i.e. from 2007/08 onwards. After defeat by Inter in last season’s Final, Juventus could lose back-to-back Coppa Italia matches for the first time since 2009, when they suffered knockouts in both the first and second leg in the semi-finals against Lazio.   Juventus are unbeaten in 17 home games in the Coppa Italia, thanks to 15 wins and two draws; the last home defeat of the bianconeri dates back to the semi-final first leg on 5 March 2015, against Fiorentina (1-2): it is the longest unbeaten home streak for the Piedmontese in the competition.

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🇮🇹 Referee Ivano Pezzuto from the section of Lecce will be assisted by Luigi Rossi from the section of  Rovigo and Mattia Scarpa from the section of Reggio Emilia.   The Fourth Official will be Lorenzo Maggioni from the section of Lecco.   The VAR will be Luigi Nasca from the section of  Bari.  The AVAR will be Giacomo Paganessi from the section of Bergamo.

Serie A tickets2022 – 2023 Coppa Italia Round of 16

Juventus 2 – 1 Monza
Thursday 19 January 2023
Allianz Stadium
Turin, Italy


Referee: PEZZUTO
Assistants: ROSSI L. – SCARPA
Fourth Official:     MAGGIONI

Goals:  8′ Moise Kean (J),  24′ Mattia Valotti (M), 78′ Federico Chiesa (J)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

Lineup JUVENTUS (3-5-1-1):  Perin; Danilo-Gatti-Rugani; Soule-Fagioli-Paredes-Mckennie-Iling Junior; Miretti; Kean.

Subs: Bremer, Alex Sandro, Barbieri, Kostic, Locatelli, Di Maria, Chiesa, Pinsoglio, Sczsesny, Milik.

Coach: Massimiliano Allegri.

Lineup MONZA (3-5-1-1). Schierati i seguenti giocatori: Cragno; Santos-Carboni-Marì; Antov-Ranocchia-Pessina-Colpani-D’Alessandro; Valoti; Gytkjaer.

Subs: Augusto, Caldirola, Izzo, Sensi, Barberis, Vignato, Machin, Bondo, Colombo, Rovella, Ferraris, Ciurria, Petagna, Lamanna, Sorrentino.

Coach: Raffaele Palladino