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  • Juventus 2-1 Brescia: Krasic great-strike, Del Piero solo-run

    Striker Alessandro Del Piero scored a decisive victory over Brescia 2-1 Juventus in Serie-A, at the Olimpico Grande Torino on Sunday (20/03/2011). It was the first victory in four games last Juventus in Serie-A.

    Playing as the host, Juventus capable of winning it first by Milos Krasic at minute 23. Gol started from bait breakthrough from Alberto Aquilani Alessandro Matri in the lip to the penalty box. Matri then forward the ball to Krasic, who fired into the bottom left corner of goalkeeper Michele Arcari.

    The advantage disappeared in the 42nd minute, following a goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon torn by Citadin Eder. From the middle of the box 16, he sent Adam Vass gore ball into the top left corner of goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.

    Del Piero Juventus took advantage to bring it in the 68th minute. He tore at the bottom right of goal for the visitors with the use of bait Claudio Marchisio, and solo run from mid-filed.

    The match was also marred the red card incident, which received Brescia defender, Victor Hugo Mareco in the 71st minute, following a violation to Alessandro Matri.

    Over 90 minutes, Juve had the ball as much as 55 percent and accurate off five shots from 14 experiments. The Brescia created two golden opportunities of nine experiments.

    With that result, the club collected 45 points and go up one level to the seventh position. Brescia himself stuck in 19th position with 26 points, or lose three points from Cesena in the 17th position.

    Team Line-up:

    Juventus: Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci, Armand Traore (Andrea Barzagli 67), Frederik Sorensen, Alberto Aquilani, Claudio Marchisio, Simone Pepe, Milos Krasic, Alessandro Del Piero (Jorge Martinez 88), Alessandro Matri (Luca Toni 88)

    Brescia: Michele Arcari; Victor Hugo Mareco, Pietro Accardi, Davide Zoboli, Adam Vass; Panagiotis Kone (Davide Baiocco 76), Nicolas Cordova (Davide Lanzafame 58), Fabio Daprela, Marco Zambelli; Citadin Eder, Alessandro Diamanti (Jonathas 77)


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