Juventus 3-0 Bologna: The Old Lady find improved form to hammer The Greyhounds

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Juventus banked all three points against the Bologna in a 3-0 victory on Sunday, at the Allianz Stadium. Both Juve and Bologna came from defeats in their previous league games. Juve were looking to get back to winning ways after losing their last match 1-0 to AC Monza. Bologna were beaten 1-0 in their previous match against Empoli. Juve are now in 7th place on the table and have 13 points while Bologna sit in 17th with 6 points after 8 matches.

Juve started strongly in the first half, when Filip Kostic opened the rout, 24 minutes in and the first half ended 1-0.

The Old Lady once more applied the pressure in the second half and were rewarded, thanks to a goal from Dusan Vlahovic on the 59 minute mark. Juve then netted again and increased their advantage thanks to a goal from Arkadiusz Milik in the 62nd minute to make it 3-0.

Substitutions for Juve included Leandro Paredes, Juan Cuadrado, Mattia De Sciglio, Fabio Miretti and Moise Kean for Filip Kostic, Weston McKennie, Adrien Rabiot, Manuel Locatelli and Arkadiusz Milik, respectively. Bologna brought on Andrea Cambiaso, Gary Medel, Emanuel Vignato, Michel Aebischer and Lewis Ferguson, to replace Lorenzo De Silvestri, Nicolas Dominguez, Nicola Sansone, Jerdy Schouten and Roberto Soriano.

The referee booked one player from Bologna, Joaquin Sosa.

Juve will next travel to AC Milan, while Bologna will face Sampdoria at home.

Technical card:
Juventus:Wojciech Szczesny, Danilo, Leonardo Bonucci, Bremer, Alex Sandro, Weston McKennie (Juan Cuadrado, min.61), Manuel Locatelli (Fabio Miretti, min.77), Adrien Rabiot (Mattia De Sciglio, min.77), Filip Kostic (Leandro Paredes, min.61), Arkadiusz Milik (Moise Kean, min.81) and Dusan Vlahovic
Bologna:Lukasz Skorupski, Lorenzo De Silvestri (Andrea Cambiaso, min.61), Joaquin Sosa, Kevin Bonifazi, Babis Lykogiannis, Riccardo Orsolini, Nicolas Dominguez (Gary Medel, min.61), Jerdy Schouten (Michel Aebischer, min.77), Roberto Soriano (Lewis Ferguson, min.77), Nicola Sansone (Emanuel Vignato, min.61) and Marko Arnautovic
Stadium:the Allianz Stadium
Goals:Filip Kostic (1-0, min. 24), Dusan Vlahovic (2-0, min. 59) and Arkadiusz Milik (3-0, min. 62)