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04.07.2020 » Juventus 4-1 Torino. Ronaldo helps securing the win!

Cristiano Ronaldo first free-kick goal for Juventus

Juventus didn't sweat much to beat Torino this Saturday evening, as the home side secured the 3 points in a 4-1 win. Dybala, Cuadrado and Cristiano Ronaldo scored a goal each for the Bianconeri and the Italian champions are now in a more comfortable position on the top of the league.

It was a calm evening in Turin, as Juventus hosted their city rivals Torino and beat them 4-1. The 3 points will help the Vecchia Signora cementing their position on the top of the Serie A, as they'll add even more pressure on Lazio ahead of their game against AC Milan, scheduled for this Saturday night. Today, most of the betting experts like Ufa had already previewed an easy game for Juve and no one was surprised to see the champions building a comfortable lead in the first half, thanks to goals from Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado. In the second half, the Bianconeri scored another two goals but the spotlights were on Ronaldo, as he finally scored a free-kick goal while wearing a Juventus shirt.

Cristiano Ronaldo game photos in Juventus vs Torino
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Dybala shows his excelent form

There are only 8 fixtures left after today's clash against Torino and Juventus is well aware of the importance of keep winning their games in the league, in order to avoid Lazio to get closer on the top of the table and eventually capitalize on any mistake near the Serie A's finish line. The Bianconeri still have several difficult fixtures ahead, including the next two games against AC Milan (away) and Atalanta (home), as well as a possible title-match against Lazio (home) on July 20 and the league's final fixture against AS Roma (home).

For today's game and just as we've seen in most of the previous fixtures post-COVID, Sarri decided not to make too many changes in his side. Basically, the only replacement took place in the Italian champions' goal, as Buffon stepped in for Szczesny. The back-four was formed by Cuadrado, De Ligt, Bonucci and Danilo, as Alex Sandro is still not an option due to a knee ligament injury suffered a couple weeks ago. The midfield keys were handed to Rabiot, Pjanic and Bentancur, while in the attack Bernardeschi supported Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo.

We didn't have to wait too long to see the opener in Turin today, as Paulo Dybala dazzled everyone once again around the 3rd minute of the game, dribbling two defenders inside Torino's box just before scoring his 11th league goal of the season and his 17th goal in all competitions. The Argentine is in great form and hopefully he'll be able to carry on this way until the Champions League returns in the month of August.

In the 29th minute of the first half, Juventus reached their second goal in a counter-attack play fueled by Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar sprinted towards Torino's box with plenty of space in front of him and when he realized he already had a couple defenders's attention, he left the ball to Cuadrado, who was already waiting on his right. The Colombian showing his quick dribbling skills when he beat his marker and easily extended the hosts lead to 2 goals by hitting the ball hard and low to the far post.

Cristiano Ronaldo dribbling situation vs Torino




Ronaldo scores from a free-kick!

Just before the break, Torino managed to cut down distances after seeing the referee pointing to the spot. The visitors hadn't been able to create that many dangerous attacking plays until that moment, but they were happy enough to earn a penalty-kick which Andrea Belotti had no problem in converting...

The second half started with Torino showing their teeth, as the visitors got close to the equalizer in at least a couple of occasions. In one of them, they would even hit the back of the net, but the referee was quick to disallow the play due to an offside. Nevertheless, the warning had been delivered and Juventus realized they couldn't just sit back and relax...

However, we had to wait until the 61st minute for Juventus to finally restore the 2-goal lead and it would be Cristiano Ronaldo the man responsible for another special moment in the Serie A. The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward scored his first free-kick goal since he signed for Juventus, by curling his shot into the top left corner and making it 3-1 for the Vecchia Signora. That's now 25 goals for Ronaldo in the Serie A and 29 goals in all competitions.

The last goal of the game happened in the 87th minute, when the hosts benefited from an own-goal scored by Koffi Djidji, setting the final score in 4-1. Juventus have now gone 7 points above Lazio on the top of the Serie A standings, but the Roman side still has one game in hand, as they'll be facing AC Milan later tonight.

Cristiano Ronaldo gestures in Juventus 4-1 Torino

Juventus line-up vs Torino:

Goalkeeper: Buffon
Defenders: Danilo, De Ligt, Bonucci, Cuadrado
Midfielders: Rabiot, Bentancur, Pjanic
Attackers: Bernardeschi, Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Match stats provided by www.ronaldo7.net
Juventus
vs
Torino
4
Goals
1
22
Shots
18
7
Shots on goal
6
5
Corner kicks
8
10
Fouls commited
9
4
Yellow cards
2
0
Red cards
0
51%
Ball possession
49%

Cristiano Ronaldo next game for Juventus in the Serie A is on July 7, against AC Milan. You can watch AC Milan vs Juventus, Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid, Villarreal vs Barcelona, Chelsea vs Watford, Wolverhampton vs Arsenal, and Lazio vs AC Milan, all matches provided from our football live game pages.

Juventus next game:
Juventus vs Torino
kick-off time (07-07-2020):

Beijing (China) | UTC/GMT+8: 03:45
Jakarta
(Indonesia)
| UTC/GMT+7: 02:45
India (New Delhi) |
UTC/GMT+5.30: 01:15
Italy (Turin) |
UTC/GMT+2: 21:45
Spain
(Madrid) | UTC/GMT+2: 21:45
Portugal and England (Lisbon/London) | UTC/GMT+1: 20:45
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) | UTC/GMT-3: 16:45
New York (United States) | UTC/GMT-4: 15:45
Los Angeles (United States) | UTC/GMT-7: 12:45

Sources: ronaldo7.net / juventus.com / sports.yahoo.com / football-italia.net

Cristiano Ronaldo next to Dybala in warmup session

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