Serie A Week 3: Result NAPOLI 2 – 1 JUVENTUS, Saturday 11 September 2021 Anna Italia
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67% Ball Possession NAPOLI and 33% Ball Possession JUVENTUS
Napoli 2 – 1 Juventus
57′ Matteo Politano           10′ Álvaro Morata
86′ Kalidou Koulibaly
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Napoli, 5th position with 6 points and a positive goal difference of +3
Juventus, 12th position with 1 point and a negative goal difference of -1

Napoli win the Serie A Week 3 game defeating Juventus on Saturday 11 September 2021 at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Napoli, Italy. Chaos for Juventus with just 1 point after being defeated last round by newly promoted Serie B team, Empoli at the Allianz Stadium and now Napoli. Juventus wearing black armbands for this match, in memory of Bianconeri legend, Francesco Morini and the young Bryan Dodien, who both passed away a few days ago.

  • Stats before the game.  Napoli and Juventus playing their 151st game in Serie A. It is the 76th edition in Napoli’s home. Stats at home: Napoli 25 wins, 27 draws and Juventus 23 wins. Napoli’s last home win against Juventus in Serie A was on February 13, 2021 – Napoli v Juventus 1-0. Napoli’s last draw at home against Juventus in Serie A was on April 2, 2017 – Napoli v Juventus 1-1. Napoli’s last home defeat to Juventus in Serie A was on March 3, 2019 – Napoli v Juventus 1-2.

Juventus have failed to win their opening two Serie A matches for only the third time in the last 52 years. Luciano Spalletti and Massimiliano Allegri meet for the first time since the 1-1 draw between Inter (Spalletti) and Juve in April 2019.

Juventus opening the score in the 10th minute. It is Spanish forward Álvaro Morata to defeat Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina with a right footed shot to the center. Morata scoring his second fastest goal in Serie A after the start of the game in the 10th minute, his quickest was scored back in January 2016 against Chievo Verona in the 6th minute.

Napoli equalizing for the 1-1 in the 57th minute. Matteo Politano defeating Juventus goalkeeper Szczesny with a right footed shot to the center.

Napoli gaining momentum breaking the draw in the 86th minute. It is Kalidou Koulibaly to score from very close range with a right footed shot following a corner conceded by Giorgio Chiellini.

👉  Here is Napoli official starting lineup by Coach Luciano Spalletti:

NAPOLI (4-3-3): Ospina; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Mario Rui; Fabian, Anguissa, Elmas; Politano, Osimhen, Insigne

👉  Here is Juventus official starting lineup by Coach Massimiliano Allegri:

JUVENTUS (4-4-2) Szczesny; De Sciglio, Bonucci, Chiellini, Pellegrini; McKennie, Locatelli, Rabiot, Bernardeschi; Kulusevski, Morata

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Referee Irrati will be assisted by Matteo Passeri from the section of Gubbio and Alessandro Costanzo from the section of Orvieto. The Fourth Official will be Giovanni Ayroldi from the section of Molfetta. The VAR will be Maurizio Mariani from the section of Aprilia and the AVAR will be Filippo Meli from the section of Parma.


Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina

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2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Recovered Week 3

Napoli 2 – 1 Juventus
Saturday 11 September 2021
Diego Armando Maradona Stadium
Napoli, Italy


Referee: IRRATI
Fourth Official: AYROLDI

Goals: 10′ Álvaro Morata (J), 57′ Matteo Politano (N), 86′ Kalidou Koulibaly (N)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

NAPOLI (4-3-3): Ospina; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Mario Rui (90′ Malcuit), Elmas (46′ Ounas), Anguissa, Fabian Ruiz; Politano (72′ Lozano), Insigne (73′ Zielinski), Osimhen (90′ Petagna)

Subs: Juan Jesus, Zanoli, Marfella, Idasiak, Rrahmani

Coach: Luciano Spalletti

JUVENTUS (4-4-2):  Szczesny; De Sciglio, Bonucci, Chiellini, Pellegrini (De Ligt 57′); McKennie (Ramsey 73′), Locatelli, Rabiot; Bernardeschi, Morata (Kean 82′), Kulusevski

Subs: Pinsoglio, Perin, de Ligt, Rugani, De Winter, Ramsey, Miretti, Kean, Soule.

Coach: Massimiliano Allegri