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90' + 2'
F. Bernardeschi
Yellow Card
79'
Cristiano Ronaldo
G. Chiellini
2 - 2
46'
A. Sanabria
Goal
2 - 1
27'
A. Sanabria
Goal
1 - 1
13'
F. Chiesa
Morata
0 - 1

Match Stats

Possession
29% 70%
2
11
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 6 8
Total Passes 242 593
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Internazionale INT Internazionale 35 26 7 2 79 30 +49 85 W W W D D
2 Atalanta ATA Atalanta 35 21 9 5 84 42 +42 72 W D W D W
3 Milan MIL Milan 35 22 6 7 65 41 +24 72 W W L L W
4 Napoli NAP Napoli 35 22 4 9 78 39 +39 70 W D W W D
5 Juventus JUV Juventus 35 20 9 6 67 34 +33 69 L W D W L
6 Lazio LAZ Lazio 34 20 4 10 60 51 +9 64 L W W L W
7 Roma ROM Roma 35 17 7 11 63 53 +10 58 W L L D L
8 Sassuolo SAS Sassuolo 35 15 11 9 58 52 +6 56 W D W W W
9 Sampdoria SAM Sampdoria 35 13 6 16 46 52 -6 45 L W L W W
10 Hellas Verona VER Hellas Verona 35 11 10 14 42 43 -1 43 D D L L L
11 Udinese UDI Udinese 35 10 10 15 40 47 -7 40 D L W L W
12 Bologna BOL Bologna 35 10 10 15 48 57 -9 40 D D L D W
13 Fiorentina FIO Fiorentina 35 9 11 15 47 57 -10 38 W D D W L
14 Genoa GEN Genoa 35 8 12 15 41 54 -13 36 L L W D L
15 Torino TOR Torino 34 7 14 13 48 57 -9 35 D W L D W
16 Cagliari CAG Cagliari 35 9 8 18 43 58 -15 35 W D W W W
17 Spezia SPE Spezia 35 8 10 17 44 67 -23 34 L D L D L
18 Benevento BEN Benevento 35 7 10 18 38 71 -33 31 L L L D L
19 Parma PAR Parma 35 3 11 21 38 76 -38 20 L L L L L
20 Crotone CRO Crotone 35 5 3 27 42 90 -48 18 L L W L L

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UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
UEFA Conference League Qualifiers
Relegation

Commentary

That's all from us today folks, we hope you enjoyed the game!
Both teams went close right at the end of the game, but there was no separating these two sides today. Torino remain 17th in Serie A, just two points above the relegation zone and they face Udinese next time out. Meanwhile Juventus move up to fourth and they face Napoli on Wednesday.
Ronaldo salvages a point for Juventus after they are held to a 2-2 draw with Torino. It was 1-1 at the break, after goals from Chiesa and Sanabria. However, the Torino man scored his second of the game just seconds after the restart after a poor pass back by Kulusevski let him in and he made it 2-1. The visitors pushed forward and had numerous chances, but they just couldn't find the breakthrough until Ronaldo headed home on 79 minutes. The goal was originally ruled out for offside, but after a VAR review, it was overuled and Juve levelled the scoreline.
90' + 5' FULL-TIME: TORINO 2-2 JUVENTUS
90' + 4' SAVE! Baselli steps up to take a free-kick around 25 yards out and he gets it up and over the wall, but Szczesny is there to make a good save and push the effort around the post.
F. Bernardeschi
Yellow Card
90' + 2' Bernardeschi is booked for diving in an attempt to win a penalty for Juve. Vojvoda went to make the tackle, but there was no contact and the winger threw himself to the ground.
90' There will be a minimum of four minutes added time played at the end of the second half.
90' CLOSE! Sanabria thought he had won it for Torino, but Szczesny produces a brilliant save to deny him. Vojvoda delivers the cross from the right wing and Sanabria is unmarked and powers a header towards the goal, but the Juve keeper tips it over the crossbar.
D. Baselli
S. Verdi
87' Torino also make a substitution, with Baselli on and Verdi heads off.
A. Rabiot
Alex Sandro
86' Another Juve change now, with Sandro the man coming off and he has been replaced by Rabiot.
85' It is all Juventus now, they are pushing everyone forward in an attempt to turn this game around and nick all three points late on.
84' Good save! Sirigu gets down quickly to make a strong stop to deny another Ronaldo header. The striker has been excellent in the air today.
A. Sanabria
Yellow Card
83' Sanabria is the latest player to be booked after his challenge on Cuadrado.
83' OFF THE POST! Bentancur fires a low strike from the edge of the penalty area and it takes a slight deflection and flies towards goal. However, it hits the bottom right post and Torino then clear the danger.
81' The game is really open now, can either side go on and nick a late winner?
G. Chiellini
Assist
79' Chiellini attempts an acrobatic flick towards goal after a low cross into the box from Bernardeschi. However, he gets it all wrong, but luckily for the defender it falls to Ronaldo, who superbly converts.
Cristiano Ronaldo
Goal
79' GOAL! The original offside decision has been overuled by VAR and Ronaldo's header stands, it's 2-2! The striker managed to stay onside as Chiellini's flick came through to him, following a Bernardeschi cross and he headed the ball into the back of the net from just a couple of yards out.
79' VAR are going to take a look at the Ronaldo goal that has just been ruled out for offside, as it looks like Ronaldo may just be in an onside position when the ball flies through to him.
78' GOAL RULED OUT! Ronaldo has the ball in the back of the net, but it has been ruled out for offside! A low cross comes into the box and Chiellini gets a touch, but it flies into the path of Ronaldo, who heads home from just a couple of yards out. However, the flag goes up straight away.
77' We have a break in play here as Izzo is down on the pitch receiving some treatment after a challenge by Morata on the halfway line. However, it looks like he will be fine to continue.
75' There is still 15 minutes, plus any additional time left on the clock for Juventus to get back into this game. Can they get an equaliser?
73' Sanabria does well to get into the Juve penalty area, but he is forced wide and loses the opportunity to fire an effort towards goal.
S. Zaza
A. Belotti
72' Torino have made another change, with Belotti coming off the pitch and on in his place is Zaza.
A. Ramsey
Danilo
71' The other change by the visitors sees Danilo head off and Ramsey is his replacement.
F. Bernardeschi
D. Kulusevski
71' Double substitution now by Juve, the first sees Kulusevski replaced by Bernardeschi.
70' Not too far away! Ronaldo does well to beat two Torino defenders to a good cross into the box from the left wing. However, he gets too much on it and the ball flies high over the crossbar.
J. Cuadrado
Yellow Card
68' Cuadrado is the first Juve player to be shown a yellow card after his late and dangerous challenge on Verdi down the wing. The Torino man flicked the ball past him and then the Juve right-back dived in.
S. Lukić
T. Rincón
66' Torino have made their first change of the game, with Rincon heading off the pitch and he has been replaced by Lukic.
65' Almost! Ronaldo goes very close to getting on the end of a deep cross into the box from the left wing, but Sirigu punches it clear, before pouncing on the second ball.
63' The pressure is starting to build from Juve, but Torino have everyone back and are soaking up the pressure well. The visitors just can't seem to find a way through.
61' Belotti has scored three goals in 13 matches against Juventus in Serie A: among the 23 sides he has faced more than twice in the top-flight, the Bianconeri are the only opponent against which he has never won (D2 L11).
T. Rincón
Yellow Card
59' Rincon is booked following his challenge on Sandro, using his body to turn and throw the Juve left-back to the ground.
57' Still no changes for either side just yet, but Juve may need to start thinking about making some as they are currently unable to break through the resilient Torino defence.
55' Torino aren't resting on their one-goal lead, they are getting forward into the final third whenever they can and trying to catch Juve out at the back again.
53' CHANCE! Kulusevski whips a lovely cross into the box and Ronaldo rises high and powers a header towards goal. However, Sirigu reads it well and gets up quickly to make a superb save and tip the ball over the crossbar.
51' CLOSE! Chiesa fires a curling effort towards goal from the edge of the penalty area, which seems to be heading on target, but it takes a big deflection off Buongiorno and flies narrowly wide.
50' Juventus are unbeaten in their last 33 Serie A matches against sides starting the matchday in the bottom four of the table (W29 D4), with their last defeat against such opposition coming back in May 2016 against Verona.
48' The perfect start to the second half by the hosts, they capitalised on a sloppy pass by Kulusevski and Sanabria fired them into the lead. It will be interesting to see how quickly Juve respond.
A. Sanabria
Goal
46' GOAL! Torino take the lead straight after the break, it’s 2-1! Kulusevski plays a poor pass back to his defenders and it goes straight to Sanabria, who takes advantage. The striker turns and races towards goal, skipping past De Ligt and then firing an effort towards the near post, which Szczesny gets a hand to, but he can’t stop it from flying into the back of the net.
46' The second half is under way!
Sirigu has been the busier of the two keepers, with Juve having numerous chances on and off target throughout the first period. The game could go either way though as Torino have also been dangerous at the other end.
It’s level at the break between Torino and Juventus, but we could have seen a few more goals in an action packed first half. Chiesa fired Juve into the lead on 13 minutes, but Morata has also gone close on a few occasions for the visitors. However, their lead only lasted 14 minutes, after Sanabria headed home the equaliser, after Szczesny could only push Mandragora’s effort straight into his path.
45' + 1' HALF-TIME: TORINO 1-1 JUVENTUS
45' There will be a minimum of one minute added time played at the end of the first half.
43' CHANCE! Cuadrado delivers a good cross into the penalty area from the right and Morata gets up highest in the box and powers a header down into the ground, which forces Sirigu into making a good save.
C. Ansaldi
Yellow Card
42' The first yellow card of the game is shown to Ansaldi for his late challenge on Cuadrado.
41' Stoppage in play here after Rincon receives some treatment for a head injury after an aerial collision. However, the midfielder will be fine to continue.
39' There’s not long left to play before the end of the first half, can either side grab a second goal before the half-time whistle?
37' Since Torino have levelled the score, they seem happy to drop back and allow the visitors to keep the ball. They are defending well, as Juve haven't had another chance on goal just yet.
35' Torino currently have everyone back inside their own half defending, soaking up the pressure as Juve push forward in search of a second goal before the break.
33' Juventus lost last time out against Benevento; across their last 215 Serie A matches, only once have they registered consecutive defeats - against Cagliari and AS Roma, in the final two matches of the 2019/20 campaign under Sarri.
31' We’re past the half an hour mark now and it's level in the Turin derby between Torino and Juventus, after an early strike by Chiesa has been cancelled out by Sanabria's header.
29' This game could go either way now, Juve didn't manage to settle it down after they opened the scoring and the hosts bounced back brilliantly.
A. Sanabria
Goal
27' GOAL! Torino have levelled the score, it’s 1-1! Sanabria with a header from close range to get Torino back into the game. It comes after Mandragora drills a powerful effort towards goal from the edge of the box and Szczesny is forced to get down quickly and make the save. However, he can’t push it away from goal and it bounces up inside the six-yard box and Sanabria pounces, getting to the ball first and heading it into the back of the net.
26' Ronaldo is cutting a frustrated figure at the moment, he is starting to come deeper to try and get on the ball as Torino are doing a good job of keeping him away from the final third.
24' Juve need to be careful here, the hosts are starting to get on top and they are enjoying more and more possession in the Juve half of the pitch. It is a lively game.
22' BLOCKED! A deep cross from the left wing isn't dealt with by Juve and it falls to Rincon in the middle of the box, who drills an effort towards the bottom right corner of the net. However, Sandro does well to get across and makes the block.
21' There is a good pace to the game so far, with both teams passing the ball quickly around the pitch. Torino just edging possession at the moment.
19' Into the wall! Belotti dummies a free-kick from the edge of the box and Verdi then steps up to take it. However, his effort doesn't fool the Juve wall, who make an excellent block.
17' Good spell of possession here for Torino, they work it well to the edge of the box and Belotti wins a free-kick around 20 yards out, after De Ligt pushes him in the face as he turned away.
15' Juventus have found the net in each of their last 19 Serie A matches against Torino: the last time they failed to score against Torino was back in February 2008, under Claudio Ranieri (0-0).
Morata
Assist
13' Chiesa chipped the ball over to Morata, who had his back to goal and the striker quickly played it back to his teammate, who then raced into the box and produced a fine finish.
F. Chiesa
Goal
13' GOAL! Chiesa fires Juventus into the lead and makes it 1-0! The winger does brilliantly to skip past a couple of Torino players on the edge of the box after a quick one-two with Morata and Chiesa races into the penalty area and beats Sirigu from a tight angle, drilling it through the keeper’s legs.
11' It has been a really good start from both sides here, they both had a goalscoring chance in front of goal. However, Juve are just edging proceedings at the moment, enjoying more possession.
9' Belotti is down on the pitch receiving some treatment now following the challenge from De Ligt. However, the Torino skipper should be fine to continue.
8' PENALTY SHOUT! Belotti goes to meet a low cross from the right after Juve are opened up at the back and it looks like the striker would get on the end of it, but De Ligt brilliantly gets across and makes the challenge. The defender just seemed to get the ball, but a few Torino players appeal for a spot-kick.
8' Ronaldo tries to work space for a shot on the edge of the box, but instead lays it out wide to Chiesa, who fires an effort towards goal, but it is straight at Sirigu, who makes a good save.
6' CLOSE! Ansaldi does brilliantly to evade a couple of Juve defenders down the left wing, he works his way into the box and then lays it off to Mandragora, who cuts it back onto his left foot and then fires a low drive towards goal. However, it flies just wide of the bottom right post.
4' Another good chance! A deep cross comes into the box from the right wing and Ronaldo does well at the back post to head the ball back across goal for Chiesa, who takes the shot on the volley and should be hitting the target. However, it flies high over the crossbar.
2' SAVE! Morata is almost in straight away! The striker is fed through on goal deep inside the penalty area and he fires a low strike towards the near post from a tight angle. However, Sirigu does well to smother the shot and make an excellent stop.
1' We're under way!
The teams are out on the pitch and kick off is just a few minutes away, stay tuned for all the match action!
Meanwhile Juve have made four changes to their side that suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat against Benevento before the international break. Cuadrado, Chiellini, Sandro and Bentancur come into the team, whilst Bonucci, Bernardeschi, Arthur and Rabiot drop out.
Torino have made two changes to the side that were beaten by Sampdoria, with Buongiorno and Verdi coming into the starting XI, as Lyanco and Gojak drop out of the team.
JUVENTUS SUBS: Felix Correia, Carlo Pinsoglio, Alessandro Di Pardo, Radu Dragusin, Franco Israel, Federico Bernardeschi, Adrien Rabiot, Gianluca Frabotta, Nicolo Fagioli, Davide De Marino, Aaron Ramsey.
JUVENTUS (4-4-2): Wojciech Szczesny; Juan Cuadrado, Matthijs De Ligt, Giorgio Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Dejan Kulusevski, Danilo, Rodrigo Bentancur, Federico Chiesa; Alvaro Morata, Cristiano Ronaldo.
TORINO SUBS: Nicola Murru, Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, Nicolas Nkoulou, Karol Linetty, Sasa Lukic, Simone Zaza, Ricardo Rodriguez, Federico Bonazzoli, Amer Gojak, Samir Ujkani, Daniele Baselli, Erick Ferigra.
TORINO (3-4-1-2): Salvatore Sirigu; Armando Izzo, Bremer, Alessandro Buongiorno; Mergim Vojvoda, Tomas Rincon, Rolando Mandragora, Cristian Ansaldi; Simone Verdi; Andrea Belotti, Antonio Sanabria.
Meanwhile Juventus are in a battle to secure a Champions League spot this season, they are currently fifth, but a win today would move them back up to third. However, they would be a way off Inter at the top of the table, who currently have a 10-point advantage.
Torino will look to put some space between themselves are their relegation rivals today, after Cagliari in 18th suffered a defeat. The hosts are currently 17th, just one point above the relegation zone, after suffering a 1-0 loss against Sampdoria last time out.
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