Juventus 2-2 Salernitana: Visitors take a good point in Turin

Juventus vs Salernitana
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On Sunday, Juve and Salernitana played out a 2-2 draw at the Allianz Stadium. With both teams drawing in their previous fixtures, they were each keen to pick up points. Juve were aiming to improve their league standing following a disappointing 1-1 draw with Fiorentina in their previous game. Salernitana were unable to beat Empoli in a 2-2 draw. Juve and Salernitana sit 7th, (10 points) and 10th, (7 points), in the table respectively, after 6 matches.

It was an impressive opening from Salernitana, when Antonio Candreva gave them the lead on the 18 minute mark. granate then netted once more and increased their advantage thanks to a penalty goal from Krzysztof Piatek just before half-time. The first half ended 2-0.

Juve started the second half with an intensified spirit, when Bremer found the net in the 51st minute. However they weren’t finished yet and Leonardo Bonucci made it 2-2 just before the full time to make it 2-2.

Substitutions for Juve included Arkadiusz Milik, Alex Sandro, Nicolo Fagioli, Danilo and Matias Soule for Moise Kean, Mattia De Sciglio, Fabio Miretti, Filip Kostic and Weston McKennie, respectively. Salernitana brought on Erik Botheim, Grigoris Kastanos, Federico Bonazzoli, Norbert Gyomber and Junior Sambia, to replace Krzysztof Piatek, Giulio Maggiore, Boulaye Dia, Erik Botheim and Tonny Vilhena.

Juve and Salernitana played a tough game where the referee sanctioned Juve with yellow cards to Leandro Paredes, Moise Kean, Bremer and Arkadiusz Milik and with red card to Arkadiusz Milik (2 yellow cards) and Juan Cuadrado, while from Salernitana Giulio Maggiore, Federico Fazio, Krzysztof Piatek and Luigi Sepe were booked and red to Federico Fazio.

Juve will next travel to AC Monza, while Salernitana will face Lecce at home.

Technical card:
Juventus:Mattia Perin, Juan Cuadrado, Bremer, Leonardo Bonucci, Mattia De Sciglio (Alex Sandro, min.63), Weston McKennie (Matias Soule, min.85), Fabio Miretti (Nicolo Fagioli, min.63), Leandro Paredes, Filip Kostic (Danilo, min.79), Dusan Vlahovic and Moise Kean (Arkadiusz Milik, min.46)
Salernitana:Luigi Sepe, Dylan Bronn, Federico Fazio, Flavius Daniliuc, Antonio Candreva, Giulio Maggiore (Grigoris Kastanos, min.81), Lassana Coulibaly, Tonny Vilhena (Junior Sambia, min.90), Pasquale Mazzocchi, Krzysztof Piatek (Erik Botheim, min.61) and Boulaye Dia (Federico Bonazzoli, min.81)
Stadium:the Allianz Stadium
Goals:Antonio Candreva (0-1, min. 18), Krzysztof Piatek (0-2, min. 45), Bremer (1-2, min. 51) and Leonardo Bonucci (2-2, min. 90)