Juventus said goodbye to their stars and tied with Lazio in the process

Lazio could have opened this game phenomenally, as Cataldi’s situational shot from outside the box hit the crossbar in the fifth minute. Perin could thank fate, as he stood dead on the goal line, just looking to see if the ball would pass over the crossbar.

However, the reaction from Juventus was lightning fast, and of course Dusan Vlahović played the lead† The Serb took advantage of Morata’s great cross and defeated Strakosha by a few meters with his head. After the goal, he performed a celebration typical of Paulo Dybala, paying respect to the Argentinian who left the club.

In the 17th minute there was a very sentimental event for Juventus fans, who said goodbye to Giorgio Chiellini. The minute was no coincidence, as the extremely hard stopwatch was in the Piedmont club for 17 years.

Chiellini is likely to get out of the water at the end of his career to play for the American MLS. As for Dybala, there is a lot of talk in the Italian media that he will change Turin to the blue and black part of Milan from the new season.

Morata added a goal as an assist before half time. The Spaniard controlled the pass into the penalty area and it looked like he wouldn’t find a position to shoot again, but with good control of the ball, he found a hole and hit with his right foot. The football got a wonderful spin and bounced off the post before falling into Lazio’s goal.

It happened shortly before half time and also immediately after the second half started. Lazio made contact six minutes after the break. Felipe Anderson sent a good corner from the corner, Patrick came to the ball and after his shot Alex Sandro intervened so badly that he punched her in his own target.

In the 77th minute we watched the second warm goodbye of the day, It happened, of course, when Paulo Dybala left the field. Juventus fans had tears in their eyes, as did Dybala himself. The Argentinian who left the field gave a high-five to the famous Maurizio Sarri, and after he left the field, he hugged the other hero tonight.

However, Lazio wanted to ruin this holiday a bit and they succeeded in the final action of this game. The guests got hold of the ball in the middle of the field and started with a lightning strike. Base hit from outside the box as Perin bounced the ball into the book from the side but he followed the action very well Milinković-Savić and with a precise boost gave the Romans not only a point in today’s game, but also a guarantee to play in the Europa League next season.

However, this should not spoil the plans for everyone at the Allianz Stadium. After the game, the official farewell ceremony of two players of great merit to the Old Lady began. Tens of thousands of pairs of eyes gathered glassy in the stands as an era in Juventus ends at this point.

Juventus 2-2 Lazio

Goals: 10`Vlahović, 36`Morata – 51` Alex Sandro (alone), 90 + 5`Milinković-Savić.

Cards: 45`Bernardeschi, 68`Cuadrado, 80`Ake – 41`Acerbi, 90`Patrick

Juventus: Perin – Alex Sandro, Chiellini (17`de Ligt), Bonucci, Cuadrado – Dybala (77`Palumbo), Miretti, Locatelli (62`Ake), Bernardeschi – Morata (62`Pellegrini), Vlahović (62`Kean)

Lazio: Strakosha – Marusić, Acerbi, Patric, Lazzari (83`Radu) – Alberto (76`Basić), Cataldi (76`Leiva), Milinković-Savić – Zaccagni, Cabral (52`Pedro), Anderson

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