Napoli vs. Juventus, Serie A leaders Juventus held on Sunday to win a 2-1 victory over the stormy top-of-the-table in Napoli, in which both teams sent one player and Lorenzo Insigne had a late penalty for the host team. Courtesy of goal, Miralem Pjanic, and Emre Can, 16 points of Napoli became clear and almost certainly wrapped with an eighth straight title for the unbeaten Turin veterans, who have 72 points out of 78, with 12 games left Are.
After the departure of Napoli goalkeeper Alex Meret in the 25th minute, Juventus made a 2-0 lead. After this, the visitors had dismissed Pjanic and before leaving Ensign Turin to move away from the hook, Jose Callejon of Napoli once again pulled back.
Napoli vs. Juventus – Football Match Report
The game was halted at an event in the 25th minute when the back pass of Napoli Full-back Kevin Malcuit ’s was stopped by Cristiano Ronaldo, causing Merret to be forced to come out of his penalty area and the Portuguese further ground Had become confined in. The referee directly awarded the Red Card without reviewing the incident on the pitch’s monitor. Replays, however, suggested that, although Ronaldo had to jump on the extruded foot of Meret, no contact was made.
“The rules, as I understand them, say that merit should be sent or not, whether it makes contact or not”, said Juve Coach Massimiliano Allegri. “The referee decided, as the video assistant did.”
However, Napoli’s Coach Carlo Ancelotti said that the referee Should have been himself replays.”The game was influenced by a controversial decision – did Merit touch it or not, in which direction was the ball going? It would have been easy if the referee had seen on the monitor, seeing that it is there,” he said.
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Napoli vs. Juventus, March 4, 2019
The dismissal of Merit meant that Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik was sacrificed, and in his place, keeper David Ospina was appointed, whose first assignment was to get the ball out of the net, because Panic had 28 minutes to free Got the goal from the kick.
Napoli vs. Juventus, The second can be added in the 39th when he was allowed a free header, but the game took another turn with the dismissal of Pjanic for the crime of other books – a handball in midfield – two minutes after half-time.
To turn Insigne’s inswing cross in the 61st minute, Callejon left behind the young defender Giorgio Chiellini and reduced the gap.
The hosts swung around the Juventus area and fined for handball against Alex Sandro in the 82nd minute, a decision was made after reviewing of the VAR, but Insigne fired the spot-kick against the inside of the post.
Allegri said, “I went to sleep because I should have taken the Pjanic after the first yellow card”. “Clearly, sixteen points are an important advantage, but mathematics says that we have not won the championship yet.”