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24.02.2019 » Bologna 0-1 Juventus. Dybala wins it for the Bianconeri

Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo in Juventus

The loss against Atletico in midweek has left Juventus a bit shaken, but despite the bad performance today in Bologna, the Vechia Signora managed to pull off the win thanks to a solitary goal from Paulo Dybala.

Coming off a disappointing result against Atletico Madrid for the UEFA Champions League just a few days ago, Juventus had no other option but to raise their heads and fight for the 3 points in their trip to the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara. Despite the difficulties encountered, the Italian champions will return to Turin with a 0-1 win and the 3 points in the bag, in great part due to Paulo Dybala's goal deep inside the second half, who scored only his 4th goal in the Serie A this season. Cristiano Ronaldo, just like the rest of the team, didn't have a good game today and will certainly make the most out of the upcoming 7-day break until Juventus' next fixture on March 3, against Napoli.

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Bologna 0-1 Juventus
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just a Few changes in the team

Having in mind the fact that Juventus isn't going to play again until next Sunday (against Napoli), Massimiliano Allegri preferred not to rotate that many players in his team for today's game against Bologna.

In goal, Perin replaced Szczesny to complete his 7th game in the league this season and his 5th clean sheet. In front of him, the fullbacks were the same that played against Atletico, as Alex Sandro and De Sciglio were appointed with the task of keep it tight at the back give their support in the attacking process. In the center, Rugani replaced Chiellini to pair up with Bonucci.

Juventus' midfield was the one suffering most changes, with Bernardeschi and João Cancelo replacing Pjanic and Dybala. The truth is that the Italian champions didn't benefit much from these changes and Bologna managed to dominate midfield more than they were supposed to. In the last third of the pitch, Allegri relied on Mandzukic and Cristiano Ronaldo, but the duo definitely didn't have a good afternoon and Juventus would finish today's game with only 6 shots attempts.

Cristiano Ronaldo defended by multiple opponents

Dybala rescued Juventus

It was a very slow paced game the one we watched tonight in Bologna, with Juventus still looking a little bit dazed from the beating they suffered at the Wanda Metropolitano. And for the first time season, the Italian champions allowed their opponents a total of 9 shots in the first 45 minutes, against a side who only won 3 out of their 25 games in the league this season.

The main problem was in midfield, as Juventus struggled to control their opponents and create attacking plays. Cristiano Ronaldo was a shadow of himself and we really hope he can get some rest in the upcoming days in order to help Juventus finding another gear in what's left of the season.

The only goal in this game would take place in the 67th minute, just 8 minutes after Paulo Dybala had come in for Alex Sandro. The Argentine ace combined well with Matuidi on the left, rushed to the box to wait for the cross and was lucky to see a bad clearance falling straight into his feet. The 25-year old kept the composure in front of goal and finished it off with a left-footed strike to put Juventus on the driving seat in Bologna.

Despite grabbing the lead with more than 20 minutes left on the clock, Juventus still had to suffer a lot before the final whistle and the truth is that they were fortunate not to concede the equaliser. Bologna created great chances to score, but ended up being punished for their lack of proficiency in front of goal.

Cristiano Ronaldo upset face showing his jaw

Juventus line-up vs Bologna:

Goalkeeper: Perin
Defenders: Alex Sandro, Rugani, Bonucci, De Sciglio
Midfielders: Matuidi, Bernardeschi, Bentancur, João Cancelo
Attackers: Cristiano Ronaldo, Mandzukic.

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Cristiano Ronaldo next game for Juventus is on March 3 of 2019 against Napoli. You can watch Napoli vs Juventus, PSG vs Dijon, Besiktas vs Fenerbahce, Cardiff City vs Everton, Nottingham Forest vs Derby County, and RB Leipzig vs Hoffenheim, all matches provided from our soccer live game pages.

Juventus next game:
Napoli vs Juventus
kick-off time (03-03-2019):

Beijing (China) | UTC/GMT+8: 03:30
| UTC/GMT+7: 02:30
India (New Delhi) |
UTC/GMT+5.30: 01:00
Italy (Turin) |
UTC/GMT+1: 20:30
(Madrid) | UTC/GMT+1: 20:30
Portugal and England (Lisbon/London) | UTC/GMT+0: 19:30
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) | UTC/GMT-3: 16:30
New York (United States) | UTC/GMT-4: 15:30
Los Angeles (United States) | UTC/GMT-7: 12:30

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Cristiano Ronaldo holding his ankle in pain in a Serie A game for Juventus

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