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  • Juventus 1-1 Manchester City: Giannetti, Jo scored

    Manchester City to ensure top position of Group A after a 1-1 draw at Juventus , who recorded his sixth draw in the group phase.

    With the position is sure to qualify for the knockout phase, the City played with a number of second-tier player in Juve's visit to the Turin on Thursday (12/6/2010).

    Juve knocked out previously been ascertained not want to be embarrassed at home and superior first successful goal by Nicolo Giannetti in the first half. However, the City finally evened the score by Jo in the second half.

    Additional one point was enough for City to become the champion of Group A despite successful Lech Poznan 1-0 win over RB Salzburg on Matchday 6.

    The game

    City started the match well with the directly threaten the Juve goal. From the right wing Shaun Wright-Phillips cross off dangerous to face Juve goalkeeper despite Jo failed to capitalize.

    Momo Sissoko almost made an own goal on six minutes. Attempting to secure the ball cross the results with deflected to the chest, the skin round too swift sped towards goal and forced Alex Manninger had brushed it off.

    Adam Johnson sent a free kick in minute 13. The ball then rolled good on Alex's head and widened her Nimely of Juve's goal.

    Three minutes before the break, Juve the lead. Alessandro Del Piero off a feed from the left side and Nicolo Giannetti able to cheat the ball in front of goal to bring Juve ahead.

    Five minutes into the second half, Jo thrilling Juve goalkeeper . But the referee blew the whistle for the linesman had already judged offside.

    Shay Given must act to save his goal at minute 57. He brushed off the ball must kick Milos Krasic results after receiving the ball from Patrick Vieira.

    After throwing a number of opportunities, successfully completed the bait breakthrough Jo Johnson with a kick that makes the ball end up in Juve's goal on 77 minutes. Score draw again 1-1.

    Team Line-up:

    Juventus: Manninger; Grygera, Legrottaglie, Chiellini, Traore (Boniperti '66), Krasic (Camilleri '56), Sissoko, Felipe Melo, Pepe; Giannetti (Buchel '79), Del Piero

    Manchester City: Given; Boateng, Richards, Boyata, Bridge, Wright-Phillips (Chantler '90), Milner, Vieira, A Johnson, Jo, Tchuimeni-Nimely (Zabaleta '61)


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