Milik Scores in His Bianconeri Debut

Juventus greeted Arkadiusz Milik but lost Wojciech Szczesny: those were the main points of Bianconeri A match against Spezia in the fourth round of the Italian Serie A, which Massimiliano Allegri’s squad easily won with a score of 2-0.

The Polish striker scored his first goal brilliantly Black and White In the last minutes of the match, right after you set foot on the field. It was after Dusan Vlahovic put the hosts in the driving seat just nine minutes into the match, scoring his second straight free kick after his stunning goal last Saturday against Roma.

Chesney had to walk off the field in the 43rd minute as he sustained an injury, but that was the only cause for concern for Allegri and his boys who easily got the job done at Allianz Stadium. It all happened under the eyes of Leandro Paredes because the latest addition to Allegri’s roster was watching the match from the stands.

Juventus coach Federico Gatti awarded his first title as a starter in central defense, giving Leonardo Bonucci some time off. Young player Fabio Meretti was confirmed midway through the segment while Moise Kean partnered with Vlahovic. Angel Di Maria recovered from his injury but was only fit on the bench and came in in the 55th minute.

Vlahovic opened the scoring for Juventus in nine minutes with a superb free kick that ended in the upper right corner of poor Bartlomi Dragowski’s net. Emmanuel Gyasi equalized Spezia after a few minutes, but his superb shot was invalidated by offside.

The Bianconeri He seemed happy once they slowed down the pace of the match and defended their skinny lead. On the other hand, Spezia doesn’t seem to have what it takes to cause any trouble. Chesney substitute Mattia Perin didn’t have to work hard to keep a clean sheet.

Two minutes into extra time, Meriti sent Milik into the penalty area and the newcomer celebrated his first day in black and white with a left-footed shot that made the score 2-0. Thus, Juventus can achieve maximum results with minimum effort, and put their minds to their next most challenging tests – Fiorentina in Serie A and Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League.

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