Serie A Week 26: Result JUVENTUS 4 – 2 SAMPDORIA, Sunday 12 March 2023 Anna Italia
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56% Ball Possession JUVENTUS and 44% Ball Possession SAMPDORIA

    Juventus 4 – 2 Sampdoria   

11′ Bremer                                     31′ Tommaso Augello
26′ Adrien Rabiot                        32′ Filip Djuricic
65′ Adrien Rabiot
❌ 69′ Dušan Vlahović (pen)
94′ Matìas Soulé
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Sampdoria, 20th position with 12 points and a negative goal difference of -28
Juventus, 9th position with 35 points and a positive goal difference of +20

Juventus beat Sampdoria in the Serie A Week 26 game on Sunday 12 March 2023 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy. Juventus rediscovered success in the league after the defeat in Rome and extends the streak of consecutive victories at home to three. Juventus climbed from the 9th to the 7th place in the standings, overtaking Bologna and Torino and momentarily moving to nine points from the fourth place occupied by AC Milan, on the field tomorrow against Salernitana.

This is the seventh defeat in the last ten games for Sampdoria, which remains last at 12 points in the company of Cremonese, remaining twelve lengths away from salvation.

Juventus opened the score in the 11th minute. Bremer defeated Sampdoria goalkeeper Martin Turk with a headed shot to the top left corner. The assist is by Filip Kostic with a cross following a corner conceded by Bram Nuytinck.

Problems for Sampdoria as Juventus increased the score for the 2-0 in the 26th minute with Adrien Rabiot with a headed shot to the top right corner. The assist is by Fabio Miretti with a cross following a corner conceded by Bruno Amione.

Sampdoria shortened the distance for the 2-1 in the 31st minute. Tommaso Augello defeated Juventus goalkeeper Mattia Perin with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Sampdoria equalized for the 2-2 in the 32nd minute. Filip Djuricic gave hope to his teammates with a right-footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Alessandro Zanoli.

Juventus took the lead again in the 65th minute. Adrien Rabiot scored with a left-footed shot to the top left corner. The assist is by Nicolò Fagioli.

Juventus had the chance to score a fourth goal in the 69th minute though Dušan Vlahović failed to convert a penalty hitting the left post with a left-footed shot.

Juventus sealed the victory in the 94th minute. The goal by Matìas Soulé

✅ Stats before the game:
Sampdoria arrive at the Allianz Stadium in a desperate search for points for a salvation that appears increasingly difficult. In fact, there are twelve lengths that separate Dejan Stankovic’s team from Spezia in seventeenth place. Sampdoria hasn’t won since 4 January at Sassuolo and since then they have racked up six defeats and only three draws. The one against the neroverdi is one of the two successes in this championship for the blucerchiati, while the other one came in October with Cremonese, always away.


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Serie A tickets2022 – 2023 Italian Serie A Week 26

Juventus 4 – 2 Sampdoria
Sunday 12 March 2023
Allianz Stadium
Turin, Italy


Fourth Official: RAPUANO

Goals:  11′ Bremer (J), 26′, 65′ Adrien Rabiot (J), 31′ Tommaso Augello (S), 32′ Filip Djuricic (S), 94′ Matìas Soulé (J)

❌ 69′ Dušan Vlahović (pen)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

Lineup JUVENTUS 3-5-2: Perin; Danilo, Bonucci, Bremer; De Sciglio, Fagioli, Barrenechea, Rabiot, Kostic; Miretti, Vlahovic.

Subs: Szczesny, Pinsoglio, Gatti, Rugani, Locatelli, Cuadrado, Paredes, Compagnon, Soulè, Iling-Junior.

Coach:  Massimiliano Allegri

Lineup SAMPDORIA 3-4-1-2: Turk; Gunter, Nuytinck, Amione; Zanoli, Winks, Rincon, Augello; Leris, Djuricic; Gabbiadini.

Subs: Ravaglia, Tantalocchi, Murru, Oikonomou, Malagrida, Sabiri, Yepes, Paoletti, Jesé Rodriguez, Quagliarella.

Coach:  Dejan Stankovic