Turin – Juventus reap the full amount after beating AS Roma 3-2. The tight match Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon is called marking the loss of gap both teams last season.
Presented the tough match at Juventus Stadium on Sunday (06/10/2014) evening hrs. After a winning first, Juve lose the advantage and the game almost ended in a 2-2 draw. Juve scored twice through two penalties Carlos Tevez, while Roma had a penalty nicks Francesco Totti and Juan Iturbe directional kicking.
However, five minutes ahead of normal time after Juventus scored the decisive goal which ensures they reach three figures. Tedangan volleyball Leonardo Bonucci won ‘The Great Lady‘.
The heat of the match can also be measured from the two red cards for each player of both teams, namely Alvaro Morata and Kostas Manolas. Previous Roma coach Rudi Garcia was also sent off for committing a gesture that was considered insulting referee.
For Rome, this result is better than meeting in last season as they were beaten 3-0 in the same place, regardless of the fact they still go home with no points. Buffon admitted that the gap between the two teams last season has been bridged. Rome was previously assessed lagging behind Juve, one indicator is the distance of 17 points at the end of last season.
“There is no longer any gap or a large difference between Juve and Roma. Both teams created a highly entertaining spectacle,” said Buffon told Sky Sport Italia.
“Roma have a different belief than previous seasons and have finished a squad that is more powerful, so the normal course if gapnya has been removed completely,” he added.
Game night was shrouded in controversy over Juve earned two penalties. Maicon handball and Miralem Pjanic violations cited are outside the penalty box. Garcia drove the decision Gianluca Rocchi also considered quite excessive.
“I do not think Rocchi did not appear outside his best form, because I do not see the referee practiced all week! Which I say you just can not doubt the quality of such a referee Rocchi,” said Juve captain‘s response as reported by Football Italia.