Nothing is simple for Juventus Turin at the moment, behind the scenes and on the pitch. Beaten last week inside Roma (0-1)she was not far from dropping points again against Dejan Stankovic’s Sampdoria (4-2), last in Serie A and almost condemned (she is twelve points behind La Spezia, the first non-relegation player) .
Mimiliano Allegri’s players did not really suffer against the Genoese club but they managed to complicate the task by letting their opponents of the day come up two goals behind while Bremer (11th) then Adrien Rabiot (26th), all two from the head, had given Juve a comfortable advantage.
But Samp ‘, which had already lit a few fires by Manolo Gabbiadini in particular (shot too cross from the left, 7th), remained in contact and overturned the table in two minutes. First by his left side Tommaso Augello (31st), with the right foot, then thanks to Filip Djuricic (32nd). Dominating without real impact or opportunities, the Turinese ended up winning on a feat from their French international, once again.
By his percussion, Rabiot sank into the defense of Sampdoria, relied on Locatelli who replayed on the chest of the Frenchman, quick enough to control and chain a recovery from the left in the middle of the skylight (65th). In the process, he could even have scored a hat-trick but the ball returned by Martin Turk’s post came back to him too quickly for him to conclude (67th). The honor of closing the mark finally went to Mathias Soulé (90th + 4).