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A. Rabiot
4 - 2
F. Chiesa
3 - 2
45' + 1'
Á. Di María
2 - 2
A. Sanabria
I. Ilić
1 - 2
J. Cuadrado
F. Kostić
1 - 1

Match Stats

42% 58%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 6 3
Total Passes 402 565
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Napoli NAP Napoli 37 27 6 4 75 28 +47 87 D W L W D
2 Lazio LAZ Lazio 38 22 8 8 60 30 +30 74 W W W D L
3 Internazionale INT Internazionale 38 23 3 12 71 42 +29 72 W W L W W
4 Milan MIL Milan 37 19 10 8 61 42 +19 67 W W L W D
5 Atalanta ATA Atalanta 37 18 7 12 61 46 +15 61 L W L L W
6 Roma ROM Roma 37 17 9 11 48 37 +11 60 L D D L D
7 Juventus JUV Juventus 37 21 6 10 55 33 +22 59 L L W W W
8 Fiorentina FIO Fiorentina 38 15 11 12 53 43 +10 56 W W D W L
9 Torino TOR Torino 38 14 11 13 42 41 +1 53 L W D W D
10 Monza MON Monza 37 14 10 13 46 47 -1 52 L W W D D
11 Bologna BOL Bologna 37 13 12 12 50 47 +3 51 D W D D L
12 Udinese UDI Udinese 37 11 13 13 47 47 0 46 L L L W D
13 Sassuolo SAS Sassuolo 38 12 9 17 47 61 -14 45 L D L L D
14 Empoli EMP Empoli 38 10 13 15 37 49 -12 43 L D W D W
15 Salernitana SAL Salernitana 2-0 38 9 15 14 48 62 -14 42 W D W L D
16 Lecce LEC Lecce 37 8 12 17 31 43 -12 36 W D D L L
17 Spezia SPE Spezia 37 6 13 18 30 60 -30 31 L D W L L
18 Hellas Verona VER Hellas Verona 37 7 10 20 30 56 -26 31 D L L W L
19 Cremonese CRE Cremonese 2-0 38 5 12 21 36 69 -33 27 L L L W D
20 Sampdoria SAM Sampdoria 37 3 10 24 24 69 -45 19 D L D L L


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That's all for today, goodbye.
Next up, Juventus will be looking for their fifth successive win in Serie A when they head to Roma. As for Torino, they will be looking to recover from their derby day defeat when they host Bologna.
Juventus came back from behind twice to beat city rivals Torino in a six-goal thriller. Torino scored their first corner goal of the season when Karamoh lashed in an effort from close range before Cuadrado thumped his deflected strike past Milinkovic-Savic. The away side thought they had the lead going into half-time when Sanabria poked in his sixth goal of the season, but their joy was short-lived. Moments before the break, a corner from Di Maria found Danilo who powered his header against the inside of the post and just over the line. Allegri's side then took the lead for the first time with the help of a substitute. Moments after coming on, Chiesa's inswinging cross was met by Bremer who knocked in Juventus' third. Rabiot then completed the scoring, tapping in from close range after Kostic's cross came off Bremer.
90' + 6' Chiesa takes the free-kick, with his curling effort pushed away from the bottom corner by Milinkovic-Savic.
S. Ricci
Yellow Card
90' + 5' Ricci receives a yellow card after a late challenge of the edge of the Torino box. Chiesa was driving forward with the ball before being taken out.
90' + 4' Holding the ball in the corner, a cross from Chiesa goes straight out for a goal-kick. Milinkovic-Savic lacks urgency with the kick, knowing the game is probably beyond Torino.
90' + 2' Torino have had 73.2 per cent possession over the last 15 minutes, but have not done anything with it. They have passed the ball in front of the Juventus defence, struggling to break it down.
L. Bonucci
90' Bremer has a goal and an assist to his name and is now heading off the pitch. He hands the captain's armband to Bonucci who comes on in his place.
89' Torino cannot get the ball past Sandro. The defender heads away corners from Ricci and Miranchuk.
88' Ricci's inswinging corner from the right is turned behind by Rabiot. De Sciglio also jumped towards it, getting in each other's way.
M. Kean
D. Vlahović
86' A straight swap in the Juventus attack. Vlahovic comes off for Kean. The Serbian came close to scoring, crashing the bar in the second half.
A. Gravillon
K. Djidji
84' Immediately after the goal, Torino make a switch. Djidji is replaced by Gravillon.
80' Bremer gets the assist, touching the ball on the way through. Knowing there were players coming in behind him, he tries to get out of the way, with the ball spinning off him and going to Rabiot who scores.
A. Rabiot
80' GOALLLL! JUVENTUS HAVE ANOTHER! 4-2 JUVENTUS! A wonderful free-kick from Kostic goes across the face of the goal. It deflects off Bremer on the way through before Rabiot turns it in from close range. After a lengthy VAR check for offside, the goal stands.
78' Pogba holds onto the ball well inside Torino's half, twisting on it before finding Chiesa. The substitute then plays it out to Kostic who sends a cross into the box. Cleared away by Schuurs. Pogba's effort is then blocked by Singo.
76' Juventus now have something to hold onto and are sitting back. They do not have anyone in Torino's half with the away side keeping possession of the ball.
M. Vojvoda
R. Rodríguez
74' Torino's captain Rodriguez has been instrumental in the defence and the attack but is now being given a rest. Vojvoda now has the responsibility to make a difference with the away side behind.
D. Seck
N. Radonjić
74' Despite coming off the bench earlier in the half, Radonjic is now coming back off. Seck is now on.
S. Ricci
K. Linetty
74' Linetty has pulled the strings in Torino's midfield but is now being taken off. Ricci replaces him for the final 16 minutes.
72' Juventus have failed to win in their last seven matches when conceding the opening goal in the Serie A dating back to 25th April 2022 against Sassuolo. However, they now have the lead after an excellent header from Bremer.
F. Chiesa
71' Allegri's substitution couldn't have worked much better than that! Moments after coming on, Chiesa gets an assist to his name after finding Bremer with a cross.
71' GOALLLL! JUVENTUS TAKE THE LEAD FOR THE FIRST TIME! 3-2! Another goal from a corner for Juventus. It is played short to Chiesa, whose inswinging cross finds Bremer. Escaping his marker, the defender directs his free header past the goalkeeper.
P. Pogba
E. Barrenechea
69' Barrenechea's Serie A debut comes to an end. He is replaced by Pogba who makes his second debut for Juventus after signing in the summer.
F. Chiesa
Á. Di María
69' Di Maria is given a rest. He is replaced by Chiesa in the attack.
M. De Sciglio
J. Cuadrado
68' A triple substitution from Juventus. The first sees De Sciglio replace Cuadrado on the right to add extra energy on the wing.
67' BAR! Both Juventus and Torino have now hit the bar. Linetty makes the most of a loose pass from Sandro, playing a one-two with Miranchuk to get space on the edge of the box. With a defender coming to intercept the pass, he curls his effort over Szczesny but against the bar.
65' A loud cheer comes from the home fans with Pogba getting ready to come on. He is about to be introduced.
64' Torino are getting opportunities to score a third. This time Miranchuk bursts forward, skipping past Rabiot before playing the ball down the right to Singo. Up against Kostic, he goes past the Juventus man before dragging his effort wide.
62' WIDE! Di Maria plays the ball out to Kostic on the left flank, with the Serbian curling a cross into the box. Evading everyone, the ball goes to Cuadrado who sends a bouncing shot wide of the post.
R. Rodríguez
Yellow Card
60' Rodriguez is the first player in the book after crashing into the back of Cuadrado.
N. Radonjić
Y. Karamoh
60' Torino are making their first change of the game. Karamoh, who scored the opening goal of the game, is replaced by Radonjic on the right.
57' OVER! Di Maria's corners have been a problem for Torino. This time his inswinging corner goes over the head of Milinkovic-Savic to Vlahovic at the back-post, with the striker missing the target from close range.
55' Vlahovic scored the only goal of the game in the reverse fixture with Torino (1-0 win) - in the era of three points for a win, only three Juventus forwards have managed to score in both Turin derbies of a Serie A season (Vialli in 1995-96, Higuaín in 2016-17 and Cristiano Ronaldo in 2018-19). He had a clear chance to score just a few minutes to go and is trying to wrestle free of his marker when Juventus' wingers get to the byline.
53' Di Maria has been given a free role in this game. Playing directly behind Vlahovic, the former Manchester United man is roaming around the pitch and looking to receive the ball in different spaces. Torino have found it difficult to mark him.
51' After a poor start to the first half, Juventus have been the better side after the restart. Looking to play the ball out of their defence quickly, they are looking to find Vlahovic at every opportunity.
49' BAR! Vlahovic should have scored. Launching the ball out of the defence, Sando finds Vlahovic who chests it out to Fagioli on the left wing. Taking two defenders with him, the midfielder plays it back to the striker who crashes an effort against the bar from inside the box.
49' The first chance for Torino after the break. Just outside of the box, Miranchuk cuts the ball onto his left foot, curling an effort past Danilo and just wide of the post.
47' Kostic does well on the left flank. Unable to dribble past Singo, the winger flashes a cross into the box. Vlahovic is there to meet it, but it goes off the top of the head of the striker and past Cuadrado who was running in.
46' Torino get the game back under way. Neither side has made a change at half-time.
Torino have been the better side in the opening 45 minutes and could count themselves unfortunate not to have the lead. Patient on the ball, they have had 62.1 per cent of possession and have waited for openings rather than lose it cheaply. Having just four shots, they have made the most of their opportunities. As for Juventus, they have packed the middle of the pitch, making it difficult for Torino to progress the ball forwards. However, they must do more to get Vlahovic involved. He has been marked out of the game so far, with two defenders on him at all times.
Juventus came back from behind twice to level the score in the first half. Torino's opener came just two minutes in, with Karamoh controlling Buongiorno's header before firing the ball into the bottom corner. Cuadrado then equalised with a deflected effort before the away side scored again. Fired into the box by Ilic, Sanabria got ahead of Bremer to poke his effort past Szczesny. Juventus then responded for the second time moments later. Di Maria's inswinging cross was met by Danilo, with the Brazilian heading the ball off the post and over the line.
Á. Di María
45' + 1' What a week it has been for Di Maria! After scoring a hat-trick in the Europa League, the Argentine now has an assist to his name. His perfect cross is latched onto by Danilo, with the Brazilian heading in. Coming off the post, it only just went over the line, with Di Maria celebrating before the goal was even given.
45' + 1' GOALLLL WHAT A RESPONSE FROM JUVENTUS! 2-2! Torino’s lead lasted just a couple of minutes. Di Maria’s corner from the left found the head of Danilo who crashed a header off the inside of the post. It only just went over the line, with Milinkovic-Savic pushing it away after it had already done so.
I. Ilić
43' Ilic put pace on the cross, finding the only player in the box. The speed on the ball meant that Sanabria only had to put his effort on target, as all the power was generated from the cross.
A. Sanabria
43' GOALLLL! SANABRIA WITH A SMART FINISH! 2-1 TORINO! Torino take the lead for the second time! Ilic flashes the ball into the box with Sanabria getting ahead of Bremer to poke a shot past Szczesny who cannot react quickly enough.
41' This is the 156th Derby della Mole in Serie A, with Juventus losing only one of their last 33 matches with Torino in the top-flight, losing 2-1 in April 2015, with 24 wins for the Bianconeri and eight draws.
39' WIDE! What a move from Torino. All of their best work is coming down the left. Linetty plays a short pass to Rodríguez who cuts the ball past Cuadrado on the edge of the box. The Switzerland international then chips a cross into the box, with Sanabria's flicked header deflecting just wide.
37' A rare misplaced pass from Di Maria. He tries to thread a throughball down the left side of the box to Rabiot who evades the Torino defence, but the Argentine puts too much power on it.
35' Chance for Torino. On the left flank, Linetty whips a cross into the box with Buongiorno keeping it alive. However, his pass across the goal is too high, with the ball going well over the head of the waiting Miranchuk.
33' Barrenechea has had a strong start to his Serie A debut. He has had more touches than anyone else in a Juventus shirt (24) and has completed 16 of his 20 passes.
31' Momentary panic for Milinkovic-Savic. On the left of the box, Vlahovic curls a shot towards the goal. It has power on it but goes straight at the goalkeeper. Trying to catch it, the ball slips out of his hands, but he collects at the second attempt.
30' Natural at centre-back and on the left, Rodriguez has been pivotal for Torino in the defence and the attack. Getting down the wing, he looks to switch the ball from left to right towards Sanabria, but gets too much height on it. The striker heads the ball up into the air with Sandro turning it behind.
28' Juventus get the ball back and look to break forward, but it breaks down. On the ball, Vlahovic feeds a pass to Fagioli with the striker rushing down the right wanting it back. Dribbling forward, Fagioli spends too much time on it and is tackled by Rodriguez. He wants a free-kick, but nothing is given.
26' Torino have been patient on the ball and are passing it around the three centre-backs and goalkeeper. With only Di Maria and Vlahovic pressing, it has been easy for them to pass it around them and wait for an opening.
24' Only Empoli (five) have drawn more matches than Torino in 2023 in Serie A. Indeed, since the beginning of the year, the Granata have drawn four of their eight matches in the league (won two, drawn two) - one more draw than the three accumulated in first 15 matches of this season.
22' Poor from Sanabria. Torino hold onto the ball well in Juventus' defensive third. It comes out to Rodriguez, who fires a pass into the feet of the striker, but he cannot keep control of it.
20' Tackles have been flying in with emotions running high in the derby. Referee Daniele Chiffi has paused the game and is talking to Torino's Singo after a tackle on Kostic.
18' Karamoh has been Torino's best player so far. Apart from scoring, the winger has constantly looked to go past his man, appearing on either side of the pitch and has pressed with aggression.
F. Kostić
17' What a run from Kostic. On the left, he gets past Singo before picking out the late run of Cuadrado, who does well to control his strike from inside the box. That's his seventh assist of the season in Serie A.
J. Cuadrado
16' GOALLLLL! CUADRADO SCORES! 1-1! What a strike from Cuadrado. Kostic has been a constant danger on the left. Dribbling past Singo inside the box, his cross from the left finds Cuadrado. Shooting from a narrow angle, his effort deflects off Rodriguez and past Milinkovic-Savic.
13' After scoring a hat-trick during the week, Di Maria gets his first chance of the game. Fagioli chests the ball down to him outside the box, with the Argentine twisting towards the goal before shooting over.
12' Good shielding from Schuurs. On the left, Kostic gets behind Singo and is in space. He puts a low cross into the box, with the defender holding off Vlahovic before clearing it away.
10' PENALTY SHOUT! Kostic wants a penalty, but the referee waves away his claims. Rushing down the left flank, he gets ahead of Singo and drives into the box. Getting towards the byline, he goes down in the box under pressure, but nothing is given.
8' Linetty swings in a free-kick from the right, but it goes over the head of everyone on the other side. Karamoh tries to get it under control, but the ball bounces out for a goal-kick.
6' The early goal has certainly helped Torino. They are passing the ball around with confidence and are dominating possession in the opening stages of the game. Juventus are already getting frustrated with Danilo flying into Karamoh, and giving away a free-kick.
4' Torino have avoided defeat in their last six matches when scoring the opening goal in the Serie A dating back to November 6 against Bologna (lost 2-1).
A. Buongiorno
2' One of two changes to the Torino side, Buongiorno now has an assist to his name. His header was certainly an effort at Szczesny's goal, but his attempt broke for Karamoh, who fired home.
Y. Karamoh
2' GOALLLL! KARAMOH SCORES! 1-0 TORINO! What a start from the away side. Buongiorno heads an inswinging corner towards the goal. It hits Karamoh, who is unmarked, with the winger taking one touch before driving the ball into the bottom corner.
1' Juventus get this Serie A clash under way. Vlahovic with the first touch.
In all competitions, Juventus are unbeaten in their last 17 derbies, with 13 Bianconeri wins and four draws, two of which were in the last four meetings.
As for Torino, Ivan Juric makes two alterations to the team that drew with Cremonese. Serving a suspension, Ola Aina is replaced by Wilfried Singo. The other change sees Buongiorno come in for Vojvoda. The Italian starts at centre-back, meaning that Rodriguez moves up to the left of the midfield.
Juventus make three changes to the team that beat Nantes in the Europa League. On the right of the midfield, Cuadrado is in for De Sciglio. There is also a switch at the heart of the midfield. Manuel Locatelli is suspended, meaning that Barrenechea makes his first start in Serie A. In the attack, Vlahovic is preferred ahead of Kean. Pogba is on the bench and could make his debut after a long-term injury.
TORINO SUBS: Matteo Fiorenza, Luca Gemello, Brian Bayeye, Andreaw Gravillon, Michel Adopo, Demba Seck, Mergim Vojvoda, Samuele Ricci, Nemanja Radonjic, Gvidas Gineitis, Ange N'Guessan.
TORINO (3-4-2-1): Vanja Milinkovic-Savic; Koffi Djidji, Perr Schuurs, Alessandro Buongiorno; Stephane Singo, Karol Linetty, Ivan Ilic, Ricardo Rodriguez; Aleksey Miranchuk, Yann Karamoh; Antonio Sanabria.
JUVENTUS SUBS: Carlo Pinsoglio, Mattia Perin, Mattia De Sciglio, Federico Chiesa, Paul Pogba, Federico Gatti, Moise Kean, Leonardo Bonucci, Daniele Rugani, Matìas Soule, Leandro Paredes, Samuel Iling-Junior.
JUVENTUS (3-5-1-1): Wojciech Szczesny; Danilo, Bremer, Alex Sandro; Juan Cuadrado, Nicolo Fagioli, Enzo Barrenechea, Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostic; Angel Di Maria; Dusan Vlahovic.
City rivals Torino are just one point behind Juventus, meaning that a win today will see them overtake Massimiliano Allegri’s side. However, they have struggled away from home in the Derby della Mole. Torino’s last victory against Juventus on the road was in April 1995, where they won 2-1. Since then, there have been 11 wins in 16 games for the Bianconeri and five draws. Torino have won just one of their last five games in all competitions, drawing 2-2 with 19th place Cremonese last time out.
Juventus are on an impressive run of form in Serie A and will be looking to secure their fourth successive win, previously beating Salernitana, Fiorentina and Spezia. Their recent success has been down to their defence. They have kept three clean sheets in their last three games, with only Barcelona (16) achieving more wins without conceding than Juventus (14) in the top 10 European leagues in 2022-23.
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