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  1. Champions League, Juventus-Barcellona 0-0: qualificazione rimandata Allegri soddisfatto: «Molto importante non aver subito gol» Juventus, Dybala: «Difendiamo bene, ma dobbiamo migliorare nel gioco» La Juventus e il nuovo modulo: la strada è tracciata Juventus-Barcellona, le pagelle: Benatia e Rugani annullano Suarez Valverde: «Con la Juve è sempre dura, Messi doveva riposare» Juventus-Barcellona, cosa hanno scritto i bianconeri sui social? Champions, Juventus-Barcellona 0-0: si decide tutto ad Atene Juventus, Allegri: «Punto prezioso. E ora dopo 3 mesi riprendo ad allenare» Champions, la Juventus si qualifica se... Juventus-Barcellona, Top & Flop: Cuadrado male, Benatia guida Champions, Juventus-Barcellona 0-0: blaugrana agli ottavi da primi, Allegri deve aspettare Juve, che difesa con la variante 3-4-2-1: Benatia al top. E Cuadrado ha tutta la fascia... Juve, Allegri: "L'importante era non prendere gol, ora vinciamo ad Atene" Juventus-Barcellona, Iniesta e l'omaggio dello Stadium
  2. JUVENTUS SEASON 2017-2018

    JUVENTUS - BARCELONA .......... Wednesday, 22 november 2017 - 08:45 p.m. CET 07.45 p.m. UK time - 06.45 p.m. GMT Allianz Stadium - Turin Referee: Milorad Mazic (Serbia) CL: Juventus hold Barcelona 0-0 http://www.football-italia.net/113195/cl-juventus-hold-barcelona Nov 22, 2017 Juventus got a precious point at home to Barcelona, but Ivan Rakitic hit the woodwork and Paulo Dybala was denied by a last-gasp save. The Bianconeri had to do without Federico Bernardeschi, Giorgio Chiellini, Marko Pjaca and cup-tied Stephan Lichtsteiner, so debuted a new 3-4-2-1 formation. The real surprise saw the Blaugrana rest Lionel Messi, also missing injured Javier Mascherano, Arda Turan, Rafinha, Sergi Roberto, Andre Gomes and Ousmane Dembele. Barcelona lost here 3-0 in last season’s quarter-final, but won by the same result at Camp Nou back in September. Andres Iniesta failed to make the most of a mistaken Juan Cuadrado header back, but Ivan Rakitic went extremely close on 22 minutes when his free kick flew past everyone to bounce off the far post. Paulinho went down in the box without contact from Miralem Pjanic and was booked for simulation. It was a first half curiously low on quality for such a prestigious fixture, but when Juve did put together a good passing move, Cuadrado ballooned the volley into the stands. Dybala went on a mazy run from Alex Sandro’s assist, but his finish from a tight angle was over the bar just before half-time. After the restart, Luis Suarez’s free kick was deflected inches over the bar and Gonzalo Higuain blasted off target on the turn from a Pjanic assist. Leo Messi came off the bench for ex-Milan forward Gerard Deulofeu and curled a free kick just over the bar, but Cuadrado slipped to send Lucas Digne through and the Frenchman was too generous in trying to roll it across when he should’ve gone for goal himself. Douglas Costa went down just inside the area on a Gerard Pique nudge, but there wasn’t enough to warrant a penalty, then drilled well wide from a very promising position. Dybala thought he’d won it in stoppages with a wonderful first time daisy-cutter from the edge of the box, but Marc-Andre Ter Stegen got down for a decisive save to fingertip it out of the near bottom corner. Juventus 0-0 Barcelona Juventus: Buffon; Rugani, Barzagli, Benatia; Cuadrado (Marchisio 70), Pjanic (Bentancur 65), Khedira, Alex Sandro; Dybala, Douglas Costa (Matuidi 85); Higuain Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Semedo, Pique, Umtiti, Digne; Sergio Busquets, Rakitic, Iniesta (Alba 82); Deulofeu (Messi 55), L Suarez, Paulinho Ref: Mazic (SER)
  3. Accadeva il 22 novembre

    Martedí, 22 novembre 2005 - ore 20:45 - Champions League - quinta giornata. JUVENTUS - BRUGES 1-0 Del Piero (J. 80') JUVENTUS: Abbiati, Zambrotta, Thuram, Cannavaro F., Chiellini, Camoranesi (Mutu 81'), Emerson, Vieira, Nedved, Trezeguet (Zalayeta 84'), Del Piero. Allenatore: Capello. BRUGES (Belgio): Butina, Maertens, Spilar, Clement (Englebert 50'), Vanaudenaerde, Verheyen, Vermant, Leko, Gvozdenovic (Lange 84'), Dufer (Serebrennikov 81'), Portillo. Allenatore: Ceulemans. Arbitro: Styles (Inghilterra). 22.11.2016 - (1) Calciopoli. La Corte d'Appello di Roma ha respinto il ricorso della Juventus che chiedeva di annullare il Lodo arbitrale del Tnas che, a novembre 2011, si era dichiarato incompetente a decidere sull'atto del commissario Guido Rossi… 22.11.2016 - (2) ... e l'assegnazione dello scudetto all'Inter. La Corte d'Appello ha dichiarato il 'difetto assoluto di giurisdizione del giudice ordinario', la cui competenza 'e' circoscritta ai rapporti di carattere patrimoniale (...)' Auguri a Davide Chiumiento (Attaccante Juventus 2003-2004) - Heiden (Svizzera), 22.11.1984 Il 22 novembre sono nati fra gli altri Thomas Cook, André Gide, Pietro Bordino, Charles de Gaulle, Joaquín Rodrigo, Giuseppe Olmo, Giuseppe Delfino, Isa Barzizza, Eugenio Benedetti, Robert Vaughn, Terry Gilliam, Billie Jean King, Piero Natoli, Nevio Scala, Radomir Antić, Cecilia Molinari, Steven Van Zandt, Paolo Gentiloni, Jamie Lee Curtis, Mariel Hemingway, Alemão, Beppe Braida, Boris Becker, Irina Privalova, Massimo De Santis, Beatrice Trussardi, Torsten Frings, Fernando Velázquez, Scarlett Johansson, Rosario Abisso, Asamoah Gyan, Oscar Pistorius, Marouane Fellaini, Mauro Nespoli e Chris Smalling. Il 22 novembre sono deceduti fra gli altri Barbanera, Jack London, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Emil Zátopek e Sandro Curzi.
  4. Il fantasma turco aleggia di nuovo a bordo di un trattore.
  5. Traduco per chi non conosce l'olandese: Se la palla l'abbiamo noi, loro non possono segnare" Cruijff
  6. Dovremmo vincere noi ma la palla la tiene quasi sempre il Barcelona.
  7. JUVENTUS SEASON 2017-2018

    JUVENTUS - BARCELONA .......... Wednesday, 22 november 2017 - 08:45 p.m. CET 07.45 p.m. UK time - 06.45 p.m. GMT Allianz Stadium - Turin Referee: Milorad Mazic (Serbia) HT 0-0: Rakitic rattles Juventus http://www.football-italia.net/113193/ht-rakitic-rattles-juventus Nov 22, 2017 Ivan Rakitic hit the woodwork and Paulo Dybala went close, but it’s goalless at the break between Juventus and Barcelona. The Bianconeri had to do without Federico Bernardeschi, Giorgio Chiellini, Marko Pjaca and cup-tied Stephan Lichtsteiner, so debuted a new 3-4-2-1 formation. The real surprise saw the Blaugrana rest Lionel Messi, also missing injured Javier Mascherano, Arda Turan, Rafinha, Sergi Roberto, Andre Gomes and Ousmane Dembele. Barcelona lost here 3-0 in last season’s quarter-final, but won by the same result at Camp Nou back in September. Andres Iniesta failed to make the most of a mistaken Juan Cuadrado header back, but Ivan Rakitic went extremely close on 22 minutes when his free kick flew past everyone to bounce off the far post. Paulinho went down in the box without contact from Miralem Pjanic and was booked for simulation. It was a first half curiously low on quality for such a prestigious fixture, but when Juve did put together a good passing move, Cuadrado ballooned the volley into the stands. Dybala went on a mazy run from Alex Sandro’s assist, but his finish from a tight angle was over the bar just before half-time. Juventus 0-0 Barcelona (Half-Time) Juventus: Buffon; Rugani, Barzagli, Benatia; Cuadrado, Pjanic, Khedira, Alex Sandro; Dybala, Douglas Costa; Higuain Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Semedo, Pique, Umtiti, Digne; Sergio Busquets, Rakitic, Iniesta; Deulofeu, L Suarez, Paulinho Ref: Mazic (SER)
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