Juve beat Fiorentina this Sunday evening (1-0) and remain second behind Inter Milan.
Juventus consolidated its place as runner-up behind Inter Milan thanks to its victory on Fiorentina on Sunday evening during the 11th day of Serie A.
Thanks to this eighth victory of the season in the league, the Bianconeri now have 26 points and remain two points behind the Interists, still firmly clinging to first place. The Turinese put up a serious match, which they were able to make easier by opening the score early in the game. The young Fabio Miretti, 20 years old and trained at the club, made the difference for his team thanks to his first goal in the colors of the Old Lady.
Miretti concluded a great action from Allegri’s team by cutting a cross from Serbian Filip Kostic at the near post (1-0, 10th). La Viola then made timid attempts to equalize, without success, goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny repelling a free kick placed flush with the post by Florentines captain Cristiano Biraghi (45th).
In the second period, Fiorentina held the ball, but showed too little inspiration to destabilize the solid Turin block, which has not conceded a single goal since September 23. While it will host Inter at the end of the month, “Juve” therefore remains in second place and increases its lead over AC Milan, beaten 1-0 on Saturday by Udinese. With 22 points, the Rossoneri are now four points behind Adrien Rabiot’s teammates. Fiorentina (17 pts) fell to 7th place.
Earlier on Sunday, Roma overthrew Lecce in the final moments to win 2-1 and move up to 8th place (17 pts). Mourinho’s men were however trailing 1-0 at the start of added time, but the Iranian Sardar Azmoun (90th+1) and the Belgian Romelu Lukaku (90th+4), who had missed a penalty in the first period, allowed AS Rome to achieve an unexpected success.
Monza, for its part, climbed into the first half of the ranking by winning against Hellas Verona 3-1, while Cagliari dominated Genoa 2-1. The 11th day will end on Monday with Frosinone-Empoli (6:30 p.m.) and Torino-Suolo (8:45 p.m.).