Serie A Week 20: Result JUVENTUS 0 – 2 MONZA, Sunday 29 January 2023 Anna Italia
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46% Ball Possession JUVENTUS and 54% Ball Possession MONZA
  Juventus 0 – 2 Monza
.                                                              17′ Patrick Ciurria
.                                                              39′ Dany Mota
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Juventus, 11th position with 23 points and a positive goal difference of +15
Monza, 13th position with 22 points and a negative goal difference of -5

👉   Juventus lost and are still out of the European Zone. Monza gave a tough lesson to Juventus winning the Serie A Week 20 game on Sunday 29 January 2023 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy. Monza reached 25 points, overtaking Juventus and moving to eleventh place. The Juventus team will now have to find the physical and mental energy to face Maurizio Sarri’s Lazio in Thursday’s match valid for the quarter-finals of the Italian Cup. Match that unlocks in the 18th minute thanks to Machin’s pocket for Ciurria, with the Monza full-back beating Szczesny with a shot under the crossbar. A feat from Monza that beat Juventus at the Allianz Stadium in Turin 2-0, thanks to goals from Ciurria and Mota.

Monza opened the score in the 17th minute. Patrick Ciurria defeated Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny with a right-footed shot to the top right corner. The assist is by José Machín.

Monza ruling in the first half. In the 39th minute, there is another goal. Dany Mota scored with a right-footed shot to the center. The assist is by Carlos Augusto.

✅   Stats before the game.  After the 1-0 success in the first leg against the black and whites on 18 September, Monza could become only the second team in the history of Serie A to win both of their first two matches against Juventus in the top flight, after ‘Inter in 1930. Juventus have won five of their last six matches against newly promoted sides in Serie A, losing only to Monza in the period. More in detail, the bianconeri have kept clean sheets in both of the last two matches against teams from Serie B: it is from the period between February 2016 and May 2017 that the bianconeri have not done better (nine clean sheets in a row in that case ). Juventus – one defeat and one draw in the last two days – have not gone three consecutive Serie A matches without winning since September (in that case two draws and the defeat against Monza). Since the return of Serie A to 20 teams (2004/05), Monza is the absolute debutant who has scored the most points in the first leg of the top division (22) – the Brianza players have been in a positive streak for five days (W2, D3 ), their best streak in the top tournament.

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🇮🇹 Referee Gianluca Aureliano from the section of Bologna will be assisted by Alessandro Lo Cicero from the section of Brescia and Salvatore Affatato from the section of Vco. The Fourth Official will be Rosario Abisso from the section of Palermo. The VAR will be Francesco Fourneau from the section of Roma 1. The AVAR will be Salvator Longo from the section of Paola (Cs).

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Serie A tickets2022 – 2023 Serie A Week 20

Juventus 0 – 2 Monza
Sunday 29 January 2023
Allianz Stadium
Turin, Italy


Fourth Official: ABISSO

Goals: 17′ Patrick Ciurria (M), 39′ Dany Mota (M)

Official lineups, formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup JUVENTUS (3-5-1-1): Szczesny; Gatti, Bremer, Danilo; De Sciglio (64′ Vlahovic), Fagioli (46′ Locatelli), Paredes (46′ Soulé), Rabiot, Kostic (46′ Iling jr); Di Maria; Kean (58′  Milik).

Subs: Perin, Pinsoglio, Alex Sandro, Rugani, Pogba, Miretti.

Coach: Massimiliano Allegri

👉 Lineup MONZA: Di Gregorio; Izzo, Pablo Marì, Caldirola (69′ Marlon); Ciurria (76′ Birindelli), Machin (76′ Ranocchia), Rovella (59′ Sensi), Carlos Augusto; Caprari (69′ Petagna), Pessina; Dany Mota

Coach: Raffaele Palladino