Juve 3 – Lazio 0: Heavy loss for The White and Sky Blues at the Allianz Stadium
Juventus defeated Lazio 3-0 on Sunday at the Allianz Stadium. Both Juve and Lazio arrived in good form, having secured victories in their previous matches. Juve were looking to continue their good run after winning their previous two games against Hellas Verona away and Internazionale at home, by 1-0 and 2-0 respectively whilst Lazio were hoping to continue their winning streak after back-to-back victories against AC Monza and Roma. Juve are currently 3rd with 31 points from 15 matches, while Lazio sit in 4th, with 30 points from 15.
Juve started strong and were rewarded for their efforts, when Moise Kean opened the rout just before half-time
The Old Lady started strong in the second half and were able to dominate, when Moise Kean found the net once more, 54 minutes in. They then scored again, pulling level thanks to a goal from Arkadiusz Milik just before the full time to make it 3-0.
Substitutions for Juve included Angel Di Maria, Federico Chiesa and Leandro Paredes for Moise Kean, Filip Kostic and Manuel Locatelli, respectively. Lazio brought on Matias Vecino, Luis Alberto, Mario Gila, Matteo Cancellieri and Marcos Antonio, to replace Danilo Cataldi, Toma Basic, Elseid Hysaj, Luka Romero and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
There were bookings for Federico Gatti and Bremer from Juve. For Lazio, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic saw yellow.
|Juventus:||Wojciech Szczesny, Federico Gatti, Danilo, Bremer, Juan Cuadrado, Nicolo Fagioli, Manuel Locatelli (Leandro Paredes, min.84), Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostic (Federico Chiesa, min.64), Arkadiusz Milik and Moise Kean (Angel Di Maria, min.62)|
|Lazio:||Ivan Provedel, Elseid Hysaj (Mario Gila, min.69), Nicolo Casale, Alessio Romagnoli, Adam Marusic, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Marcos Antonio, min.78), Danilo Cataldi (Matias Vecino, min.59), Toma Basic (Luis Alberto, min.59), Felipe Anderson, Pedro and Luka Romero (Matteo Cancellieri, min.69)|
|Stadium:||the Allianz Stadium|
|Goals:||Moise Kean (1-0, min. 43), Moise Kean (2-0, min. 54) and Arkadiusz Milik (3-0, min. 89)|