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    Three representatives of Italy are both reaping the first leg playoff victory at the Europa League. Juventus won 2-1 from Sturm Graz, 1-0 victory to Napoli and Palermo defeat Elfsborg 3-0 Maribor.

    From these three Serie A teams, Juventus became the only one who play away games with Sturm in the Stadium hosted the UPC,Thursday (19/08/2010).

    New 15-minute running game, Juve are already winning by Leonardo Bonucci goals. Starting from the corner of football, Diego lifted the ball into the face of goal to be forwarded Bonucci.

    The former Bari defender was then performed so as to cut the rate of rescue Juve operand ball toward Imre Szabics. If not driven Bonucci, Szabics lived opposite one on one with goalkeeper Marco Storari.

    Juve advantage disappeared eight minutes before the dispersal after Gordon Schildenfeld equalize the score. Haris free kick Bukwa managed to outwit by Storari, but with strong header scored by Schildenfeld.

    Amauri then appear so decisive victory over Juventus in the minutes of injury time tally. Starting corner kick which substitute Alessandro Del Piero Diego, Amauri gore ball and make the score finished 2-1.

    These results have not created Juve secure, but at least increase their chances to qualify for Europa League. On the second leg next week, a team that finished in seventh position last season's Serie A standings it turns a host.

    Earlier in San Paolo, Napoli hosts managed to win over Elfsborg thin goals through Ezequiel Ivan Lavezzi mere puppet who was born shortly before halftime.

    Palermo became the Italian representative at the Europa League is the most convincing victory today. Play at Renzo Barbera, Massimo Maccarone penalty on 37 minutes opened the victory, before plus Abel Hernandez ('39) and Javier Pastore ('77).

    Team Line-up:

    Sturm Graz: Gratzei; Standfest, Schildenfeld, Feldhofer, Purcher; Kainz (clamp 73), Kienzl (Muratovic 81), Weber, Bukva; Szabics, Kienast (Haas 76)

    Juventus: Storari; Motta, Chiellini, Bonucci, De Ceglie; Lanzafame (Martinez 57), Sissoko, Marchisio (Felipe Melo 72), Pepe, Diego (Del Piero 75), Amauri


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