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  • Ajax 1-2 Juventus: Amauri double

    Juventus win over hosts Ajax successfully. Carvalho De Oliveira Amauri Juve victory star after scoring double goals.

    Juve achieve positive results in the first leg round of 32 Europa League, Thursday (18/2/2010). I Bianconeri had left earlier, but finally able to rise and eventually turn lead through two goals Amauri.

    In the match at Amsterdam Arena, Ajax appear more dominant in the beginning of the game. An effort from Siem De Jong is still wide from the goal guarded by Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.

    Ajax managed to excel even in advance by Miralem Sulejmani goal in minute 16. Goals came from a quick counter-attack and finally resolved by Sulejmani with his left foot kick.

    While Juve tried to rise but the header from Giorgio Chiellini and also attempts Amauri still deviated from the target. But Juve players pressure finally resulted in the 32nd minute.

    Amauri managed to break through the Ajax goalkeeper who was escorted by Maarten Stekelenburg after using a crossing Paolo De Ceglie. However, the Juve attack was built by Alessandro Del Piero.

    Balanced outcome makes both teams trying to change each other to attack the opportunity in front of the opponent's goal. Yet the score remained 1-1 until halftime.

    Whereas in the second half, Juve reversed a 2-1 advantage. In minute 52, Amauri second goal to break Ajax net through powerful header the use of crossing Del Piero.

    Despite winning Juve still trying to launch an attack. Coach Alberto Zaccheroni also had to change tactics by entering Hasan Salihamidzic replaced Amauri in the 71st minute.

    However, no additional goals more than Juve and Ajax. Toward the Juve into injury time to play with ten players after red cards Salihamidzic rewarded for hard tackle De Jong.

    Score was 2-1 for Juve stay until the end of the game. The results are profitable for Juve because next week they will host Ajax in Turin in the second leg round of 32 Europa League.


    Ajax: Stekelenburg; Van der Wiel, Oleguer, Alderweireld, Vertonghen; De Zeuww, Eyong Enoh (Suk 86), De Jong; Suarez, Sulejmani (Rommedahl 80), Emanuelson (Eriksen 72)

    Juventus: Buffon; Zebina (Grygera 46), Legrottaglie, Chiellini; Marchisio, Felipe Melo, Sissoko, De Ceglie; Diego (Trezeguet 80); Amauri (Salihamidzic 71), Del Piero


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