[Serie A] Atalanta 2-2 JUVENTUS [December 26th, 2018] (1 Viewer)


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DUKAC

Senior Member
Feb 29, 2012
9,083
#84

Banti was awful.
 

maxi

Junior Member
Aug 31, 2006
295
#85
I was kind of hoping that ronaldo wouldn't score the equaliser. It makes us look dependant on him, and now all the plastics are gonna bang on about the "CR7 effect". Don't want this to appear as a one man team.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
17,833
#87
Great display of character. Precisely because of games like these, when at the same time a lot of things went against us, but we still keep it cool in the end and bag point(s), we have no serious competition in Italy. Ref pressured by home crowd, mistakes in defense piling one after another, It feels nothing can break us down. I can only imagine how mentally draining it must feel for opposition every time they face us. As expected, the toughest challenge so far. Well done.
 
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Mike-e-y

Senior Member
Jul 18, 2004
7,337
#89
Decent game but seeing Khedira back in our midfield felt like we’d regressed. If he does play ever then we really need Matuidi in there to make up for his negative energy levels.

Costa seems a million miles off the form of last season which is a bit concerning.

Atalanta away is a tough game, good team and good players with a good manager. Let’s hope the scum do us a favour tonight so we remain at least +8
 

JuveMerica

Junior Member
Jul 14, 2017
117
#94
Not going to lie, this was one of the more fun Serie A games in a while from a spectator point of view. Both teams pushing, no sitting back in a defensive shell nonsense. Would be nice to see Juve play more aggressive more often, not only when they're losing or down a man.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
17,833
#96
No Cancelo and Juventus starts struggling and losing points
No Cancello, Pjanic and Ronaldo... albeit the other 2 had to come off the bench to salvage game. Imagine Barcelona without Messi, Suarez, or Liverpool without Firmino, Salah, or Real without Marcelo, Ronaldo... oh wait :p
 

DAiDEViL

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Feb 21, 2015
36,104
#97
No Cancello, Pjanic and Ronaldo... albeit the other 2 had to come off the bench to salvage game. Imagine Barcelona without Messi, Suarez, or Liverpool without Firmino, Salah, or Real without Marcelo, Ronaldo... oh wait :p
Don't you think we should give some credit to the red card too :p
 

sgjuveboy

Senior Member
Oct 31, 2012
1,943
#99
Decent game but seeing Khedira back in our midfield felt like we’d regressed. If he does play ever then we really need Matuidi in there to make up for his negative energy levels.

Costa seems a million miles off the form of last season which is a bit concerning.

Atalanta away is a tough game, good team and good players with a good manager. Let’s hope the scum do us a favour tonight so we remain at least +8
Very well said. Khedira defo a toxic negative energy in our squad. I said it before that he will cost us games and this is a prime example.

Meanwhile, the ref is bad but what can we do? Refs these days are like pregnant women at workplace. Allows to perform crappy at work, but yet get praised for being ‘brave’.

As for Napoli....lol I can only imagine how dejected they feel now. Us drawing this game turns into a troll for Napoli lol.
 

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