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In a balanced affair, Juventus and Atalanta Bergamo revealed their strengths and shortcomings. Juve clicked through the work of one attacker, whereas Atalanta manoeuvred through in transitional steps. Nevertheless, perhaps this game could have flowed differently if such spaces in midfield had been shut. Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker. Serie A has […]

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Benfica extended their unbeaten run to twenty games and have knocked out Juventus on their path. Roger Schmidt’s side dominated Juventus and secured the victory despite a late scare in the closing stages.  Tactical analysis and match report by Rahul Madhavan. Benfica have certainly been impressive under the guidance of Roger Schmidt. The Portuguese giants have […]

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AC Milan Juventus 2-0 Serie A

With notable absences on both sides, Milan overran Juve’s midfield by concentrating more quality in the middle of the pitch. Stefano Pioli’s fluid formation surprised an overly static and exposed Juventus. This places Massimiliano Allegri’s predicament under more scrutiny while Milan bounce back from the heavy defeat against Chelsea in the Champions League. Tactical analysis […]

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A heavyweight cup final clash on paper lived up to the billing. Six goals ebbed and flowed between two outfits whose changes shifted and decided the dynamic of a symbolic outcome. Tactical analysis and match report by Emmanuel Adeyemi-Abere. In an attempt to revive their old status, Juventus turned to the familiar face of Massimiliano […]

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