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  • Juventus 3-0 Napoli: Del Piero Double

    Juventus became the challenger to Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia quarter-finals round. The condition was created after the 'Old Lady' success silenced Napoli 3-0 in round of 16.

    This victory makes coach Ciro Ferrara could breathe for a while. Are like in mind, the Juve allenatore rocked central position after humiliation at home 0-3 by AC Milan at the weekend.

    In a match that was held at the Stadium, Olimpico Turin, Wednesday (13/1/2010) , Juve who acted as the host played some kind of best power Diego, Amauri and Felipe Melo.

    Direct Bianconeri have the opportunity matures in seven minutes in which, Amauri the ball toward the goal that was not maintained by goalkeeper Gennaro Lezzo but the ball can still be driven Cigarini.

    After that Del Piero's turn to get a chance. Wide thin free-kick on the right side Lezzo goal. Juve finally got through Diego scored in minute 23.

    Starting from the fall of Jesus in the middle of the game Natolo after involved contact with Felipe Melo, the referee would not give the ball off to Naples. Diego then managed to take advantage of the situation by releasing the kick from the edge of the penalty box to change the score to 1-0 for the host.

    In the second half, Juve have not relax their attacks. 'Zebra' successfully duplicate the benefits through the action of Del Piero in the 77th minute. The Italian player was again broken into Napoli's goal five minutes later through a penalty after Matteo Contini offense forbidden in the box. Contini himself received a second yellow card and must leave the field since then.

    With this result Juve will face Inter Milan in the round of eight. Nerazzurri were already in the previous round after bending Livorno 1-0.


    Juventus: Manninger; Caceres (Zebina 82), Legrottaglie, Chiellini, Grosso (Grygera 46); Salihamidzic, Felipe Melo, De Ceglie; Diego; Del Piero (Immobile 85), Amauri

    Iezzo; Campagnaro (Quagliarella 76), Rinaudo, Contini; Zuniga, Gargano, Cigarini, Dossena (Hamsik 59), Dátolo; Denis, Hoffer (Maggio 63)


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