Juventus faced Turin Villarreal in their first encounter in the 1/8 Champions League final. Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny was in the Italian team’s starting line-up.
Champions League. Villarreal – Juventus. Dusan Vlahovic had ‘Dragon’s Entrance’
Juventus could not have started this match better. The whistle had barely blew and Dusan Vlahovic had already received a superb pass into the box from Danilo. He mastered the ball perfectly despite the presence of opponents and with a steady shot I put the ball past Villarreal. Thus, Vlahovic scored his first goal in the Champions League in the first minute of his only appearance in this competition so far. unbelievable.
Villarreal could have replied in the 12th minute, but Giovanni Lo Celso hit the divider between the post and the crossbar from a distance of twelve meters or so. Soon, Juan Foyth attempted a long shot.
In the 37th minute, Mattia De Sciglio sent the ball, but Weston McKenna could not hit the ball well. Villarreal responded quickly with a powerful throw and the situation had to be saved by De Ligt.
After changing the teams, in the 57th minute, Szczesny tried to scare Alberto Moreno a little, but his shot was too weak to break the nerves of the Polish goalkeeper.
Villarreal’s team was trying hard to build positional attacks, but Juventus successfully rooted in their half and achieved a positive result for a long time.
But these calculations made by the Italian team, hit the head in the 66th minute, when Dani Parejo used the moment of defensive stare for Juventus. He defeated the impotent Szczęsny up close.
Villarreal – Juventus 1-1. Champions League. Game highlights. Video
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