Goaleada weekend 47 in total, Juve have already two arrivals who’s going?

Last weekend off the season and what a weekend, what actually happen a total of 47 goals were scored that an average 4.7 goals per game, let’s take a few off them Juve 2-2 draw, was outshone by the likes of Cagliari 4-3 defeat of Udinese, Inter 4-3 against Empoli, Torino 5-0 against Cesena, Lazio going to Napoli and winning 4-2, Sassuolo 3-1 beating of Genoa, Milan 3-1 win at Atalanta, others Sampdoria 2-2 with Parma Roma 1-2 against Palermo and finally Fiorentina 3-0 beating of Chievo.

The final league game Juve share the points with Verona, it was not a boring game, Juve could have taken the lead in the 33rd when Llorente’s shot hit the cross bar, but in the 41st (what can only be described as the goal off the season) a long ball forward by Pogba was picked up by Pereyra on the left side of the field outside the box, moved crosswise towards the front of the goal, level to the D left side he took a shot which beat the keeper and entered on the top between the post and crossbar 1-0, (need to see the goal), Toni in the second half levelled a well taken chance as the defence was caught out, nine minutes later Padoin chased a ball that looked dead put the ball back in the middle and Llorente took full chance and made it 2-1, then the last five minutes of craziness, first a penalty by Tevez saved by the keeper, then three minutes later Pepe sent off for a silly foul on the centre line, from that free kick Verona levelled the game header by Gomez.

Napoli lose out on the Champions league as they lose to Lazio 4-2, had they not missed that penalty when it was 2-2 they could have had a chance but according to Sky sports they lost out on 40 million Euros pay day, as for Benitez he will lead a team out in the Champions league as he’s about to take over the hot seat at Real Madrid.

Sassuolo beat Genoa 3-1, it’s not the result that counts here it’s the fact that both Berardi and Zaza scored their last goals for Sassuolo in the 3rd minute Berardi gave the hosts the lead then a double by Zaza in the 18th and 32 minute made 3-0, but Zaza missed a penalty in the 68th, on the 80th minute he left the field to a standing ovation the player was emotional, same was for Berardi. As for Zaza will join the bianconeri in the next few days, but Berardi no future yet where he is going, but he is off.

Juve has already reinforced the ranks apart from Zaza the other arrival is Samir Khadira on a freebie, the medical went well, they stated that the injury could clear and the player is fit and well.

2 thoughts on “Goaleada weekend 47 in total, Juve have already two arrivals who’s going?

  1. Yes, amazing weekend… Disappointingly, Icardi and Luca Toni seem to have pipped Carlitos for Capocannoniere jointly scoring 22… Tevex with 20, but only 2 penalties.. Icardi and Toni with 4 penalties scored each, so technically all three players are tied on 18 “proper” goals.

    Zaza or Berardi? I’m not sure. Berardi for me maybe… Zaza has scored 11 goals including 1 penalty… Berardi with 15 goals including 6 penalties…. BUT more crucial is that Berardi actually shares the most assists (10) in the season along with Dybala, Hamšík, Pjanić and Vázquez… Zaza or Berardi? D. Berardi for me. Maybe some people look at the fact that Zaza scored against us this season on 18/10/14 and also last season on 28/04/14… I don’t think that Berardi has scored against us.

    Go here and click on the numbers under Goals under the CAREER heading to see where his goals were scored (this is better to be done on a computer with an actual mouse… touchscreens on mobiles/tablets can be awful at times)… he’s younger and over the last number of seasons, I think, has been a better goalscorer than Zaza.

    Khedira? Why?

  2. Pinturicchio I’m with you Berardi over Zaza but it’s Zaza who will join up with the team even before the summer break, as for Berardi he may follow suit may not, no one is clear whats happening, the fact is that Juve own half of the player makes little odds apparently his agent his playing his cards close to his chest, maybe another one of those long summer debates that happens virtually every year dam boring.

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