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  • Napoli 3-3 Juventus: Pandev great-double, Pepe great-run

    Left behind 0-2 until the end of the first half, Juventus was able to force Napoli satisfied with the results of the match at 3-3 in Serie A, in San Paolo, Tuesday (11/29/2011).

    The first goal of this game was created by Marek Hamsik at minute 23. From close range, Hamsik the ball into the bottom right corner of the visitors' goal.

    Host advantage enlarged in the 40th minute by Goran Pandev. After a wild ball in the penalty box, Pandev dribble pass Giorgio Chiellini before conquering Buffon with the right-foot shot, which makes the ball lodged in the lower right corner of the goal.

    In the 48th minute, Alessandro Matri change the numbers on the scoreboard to 2-1. He conquered the Morgan De Sanctis with a volley, the use of bait Arturo Vidal.

    Differences widened again after Pandev fired the ball into the Christian Maggio posts lower left corner of goalkeeper Buffon in the 68th minute.

    Juventus only takes four minutes to re-cut the distance. This time, the goal was created Marcelo Estigarribia, with the use of bait Alessandro Matri.

    In the 79th minute, Juventus equalized, which lasted until late, thanks to Simone Pepe. With the right foot, he shot the ball from the middle of the penalty box into the bottom right corner of goalkeeper De Sanctis.

    With these results, Juve had the standings with 26 points, or two points ahead of AC Milan in second place. As for Napoli stuck in sixth with 17 points.

    During the match, Juve had the ball as much as 60 percent and created a golden opportunity seven of 12 attempts. As for Napoli off six shots accurately than nine times the experiment.


    Napoli: Morgan De Sanctis; Paolo Cannavaro, Salvatore Aronica (Federico Fernandez 76), Hugo Armando Campagnaro; Gokhan Inler, Walter Gargano, Juan Zuniga (Andrea Dossena 87), Christian Maggio; Ezequiel Lavezzi, Goran Pandev (Mario Santana 71)), Marek Hamsik

    Juventus: Gianluigi Buffon; Leonardo Bonucci, Andrea Barzagli, Giorgio Chiellini, Stephan Lichsteiner; Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal, Marcelo Estigarribia, Simone Pepe (Michele Pazienza 86); Mirko Vucinic (Alessandro Del Piero 90), Alessandro Matri (Fabio Quagliarella 90)


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