After the Juve game which ended 0-0 gave an impotence to the chasing clubs.
Fiorentina went to Bergamo and won 3-2 all five goals scored in the last 23 minutes well actually it was a frantic last 9 minutes as four times the ball hit the back of the net.
Roma hosted Palermo and in spite the Totti affair (what ever happened) they saw off their guest 5-0 Dzeko and Salah scoring two each Kelta the other scorer.
The other team in the chase is Inter who sent their guests home with a 3-1 defeat. This means that their win closes the gap temporally to 6 -8 and 10 respectively, this is before tonight’s game Napoli v Milan. A win for Napoli would see them lead the pack once again, any other result Juve would remain the leaders.
Question will Napoli think about Thursday night’s game against Villarreal (who beat are 1-0 up) or would they put all their efforts in tonight’s game, looking at the line up Napoli seems to put out a full strength team.
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Juve are getting ready to welcome Bayern at the Comunale tomorrow night, at this current time it’s a war of words between both camps,
Ex Juve player comments on Guardaiola’s departure
With fears over the Spaniard’s departure affecting Die Roten in their match with the Serie A leaders, the ex-Bianconeri midfielder has told all about the unexpected way he discovered the coach was leaving Looking ahead to facing old club Juventus,, Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal has revealed the unorthodox way he found out about coach Pep Guardiola’s imminent move to Manchester City.
The champions of Italy and Germany kick off their last-16 Champions League tie on Wednesday with Vidal the focus of much attention after departing Turin for Munich in a big-money summer transfer. “I have helped the coach and given advice to my colleagues about Juventus, but it was strange how Guardiola announced he will leave,” said Vidal.
“The players heard it from the TV. He actually reminds me of [Antonio] Conte in the way he speaks and looks at the details.” Four very successful years with the Old Lady will be remembered by Bianconeri fans when Bayern come to town and Vidal hopes he gets a good reception at the Juventus Stadium.
“I come as an opponent not an enemy but I do not know how they will greet me. I just hope that I do not get booed,” Vidal continued. “I left because of an exciting opportunity with Bayern and Juve got a good deal, so all parties were happy. “Not once did I doubt that Juventus would get back to the top of the league, I watch them on TV and know that this group is very strong and never give up.”.