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  • Juventus 2-0 AC Milan: Marchisio double, Boateng sent-off, Abbiati blunder

    Juventus who appeared dominant over AC Milan finally beat one of his rival with a score of 2-0. Two goals were created by Claudio Marchisio Juventus in the second round.

    Juve look to attack since the first round. It is increasingly confirmed by the many opportunities and the number of kicks which reached number 20 (in which 7 of them on target). Milan itself is only recorded four shots throughout the match and only one is right on target.

    After numerous failed opportunities well resolved, Marchisio be a lifesaver in the recent second bakak. Two goals in 86 minutes and 90 +2, to ensure three points for the host.

    Milan itself playing with 10 men after Kevin-Prince Boateng received a second yellow card on 89 minutes.

    For Juve, this victory took them back to the top of the standings with a collection of 11. As for Milan, this defeat has not brought them to move from position 15 with a collection of five.

    The game

    In the match that took place at Juventus Stadium on Sunday (10/02/2011), Juve creates so many opportunities to score. However, none of which succeeded in their use.

    Juve off 10 shots throughout the first half, and four of them on target. Compare with Milan, who only took off two shots and none are on target.

    Mirko Vucinic gave the first threat in the 10th minute. But Juve's last bomber failed to meet targets after the kick soared. Similarly, Andrea Pirlo's effort 10 minutes later.

    After Alessandro Nesta offense outside the penalty box, free kick awarded Juve. Unfortunately for Pirlo, kick leads right to the Christian Abbiati and successfully blocked by the goalkeeper.

    Toward the end of the first half, Vucinic again get golden chance. At minute 33, the kick can still be ignored Abbiati. While three minutes later turn goalposts which obstructed his efforts. Not the time for Vucinic.

    Juve could be regretting the many opportunities and wasted Milan itself be relieved. Score remained 0-0 until halftime.

    The second half was still the same. The host was so easy to put pressure on Milan's defense, it's just that all lead to failure.

    Milan had a chance on 57 minutes through Clarence Seedorf, but his shot from outside the box could still be blocked by Gianluigi Buffon.

    In the 69th minute, Arturo Vidal tries his luck with a shot off, after receiving the pass from Giogio Chiellini mature. The result? Vidal is still high kick bounced over goalkeeper. His efforts in 76 minutes is still the same: not meet the target, this time sideways on the side of the goal.

    When the match ended without a goal would seem, Claudio Marchisio emerged as a hero for Juve. The 25-year-old midfielder became the answer to all the opportunities wasted Juve throughout the game.

    These goals came from a one-two pass in front of the Milan penalty box, before finally ending with operands to Marchisio. Daniele Bonera had tried to block the ball, but instead about Marchisio foot and the ball got into the Milan goal. 1-0 to Juve.

    Juve triumph finally confirmed on 90 minutes through the second goal Marchisio +2. This time, kick volley from outside the box can not be caught Abbiati, and instead passes through the sidelines of the Milan goalkeeper leg. The match ended shortly thereafter.

    Teams Line-up:

    Juventus: Gianluigi Buffon, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Andrea Barzagli, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Claudio Marchisio, Andrea Pirlo, Simone Pepe, Milos Krasic (Giaccherini Emmanuele 54), Arturo Vidal (Michele Pazienza 90), Mirko Vucinic (Alessandro Matri 88).

    AC Milan: Christian Abbiati, Thiago Silva, Alessandro Nesta (Luca Antonini 71), Gianluca Zambrotta, Daniele Bonera, Mark Van Bommel, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Clarence Seedorf, Antonio Nocerino (Massimo Ambrosini 83), Antonio Cassano (Urby Emanuelson 62) , Zlatan Ibrahimovic.


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