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Juventus nightmare in 72 seconds, then Rabiot fired [WIDEO] soccer

Juventus nightmare in 72 seconds, then Rabiot fired [WIDEO] soccer

Nothing foreshadowed such a scenario. The last team in the table came to Turin, having won only 12 points and lost 17 in 25 matches. In addition, they have scored the fewest goals in the league – just eleven and may well be heading to the Second Division.

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Juventus nightmare in 72 seconds

And as if that weren’t enough, Juventus went 2-0 up after just 26 minutes. First, Bremer scored with a header from a corner kick by Philip Kostic. A quarter of an hour later, Adrien Rabiot increased the score with a header. Fabio Meretti helped this time.

Juventus were leading 2-0 and everything seemed to be under control. Then the hosts’ nightmare began and lasted 72 seconds. First, the team work from the eleven meters was completed by Tommaso Augello. A moment later, Alessandro Zanoli made a great cross on the right side, and managed to score the goal through Serbian Filip Djuric. The last time Juventus conceded two goals at the same time was in May 2011 against Lecce. Then within 61 seconds.

Emotions did not subside in the second half. In the 64th minute, Adrien Rabiot gave Juventus the lead with a superb strike from fifteen meters in the air.

Five minutes later, Dusan Vlahović missed a penalty because he only shot at the post. The Serb has not been able to score in the first division for five matches. In extra time, 19-year-old striker Matias Sule scored the hosts’ fourth goal with a volley against Vlahović’s crossbar.

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Juventus after this win after 26 rounds has 38 points. Just four points behind the knockout zone.