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Inter Vs Torino starting Xi’s Confirmed


The line-ups of Inter vs Torino have been announced.

Inter XI: Young, Sanchez, Handanovic, Valero, Godin, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Brozovic, Gagliardini, Lautaro, Bastoni

Subs: Berni, Candreva, Padelli, Asamoah, Ranocchia, Eriksen, Biraghi, Skriniar, Agoume, Pirola, Esposito

Torino XI: De Silvestri, Ansaldi, Nkoulou, Rincon, Sirigu, Verdi, Meite, Izzo, Belotti, Aina, Gleison

Subs: Ujkani, Rosati, Djidji, Lukic, Berenguer, Edera, Lyanco, Millico, M. Adopo, E. Ghazoini, Singo, J. Greco.

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Juventus 4-1 Torino, Old ladies crushes Torino hardly


Game is over and the final score is Juventus 4-1 Torino. Ronaldo scores free-kick and delivers assist in derby win.

2019/2020 Serie A
Dybala (3′)
Cuadrado (29′)
Ronaldo (61′)
Djidji (87′ OG)
Belotti (45’+6′ PEN)

Match Events

3′ GOAL! Juventus 1-0 Torino (Dybala)

JUVENTUS LEAD! It’s brilliant from Dybala as he weaves his way past two Torino defenders in the box, leaving Lyanco on the floor. He waits for Izzo to commit himself before curling his shot over the defender and into the back of the net. 1-0 Juventus!

13′ Danilo’s long shot stopped by Sirigu

18′ Double chances from Ronaldo and Bernardeschi


29′ GOAL! Juventus 2-0 Torino (Cuadrado)

CUADRADO SCORES! It’s a quick break by Juventus and Cuadrado stays with Ronaldo as his support. He gets the ball, wrongfoots Bremer in the middle of the box and drills his shot across the keeper and into the bottom-left corner. 2-0 Juventus!

50′ Disallowed! Verdi scores but the goal is offside

51′ Penalty Goal! Juventus 2-1 Torino (Belotti)

PENALTY TO TORINO! The referee goes back to the box and points to the spot and Torino have a chance to pull a goal back before the break. De Ligt is also shown a yellow card for the handball.

TORINO HAVE ONE BACK! It’s Belotti that steps up to take it and it’s a confident take from the forward. He sends his shot into the bottom-left corner and although Buffon goes the right way, there’s no way he could’ve stopped that one. 2-1!


56′ Costa’s long shot wide out

61′ GOAL! Juventus 3-1 Torino (Ronaldo)

IT’S WONDERFUL FROM RONALDO! There was never going to be anyone else standing over this free-kick and Ronaldo lifts the shot over the wall and curls it into the top-left of the corner, giving Sirigu no chance. 3-1 Juventus!

66′ Dybala’s shot too straight

87′ OWN GOAL! Juventus 4-1 Torino (Djidji)

OWN GOAL! It’s a brilliant cross into the box from the left by Danilo and Djidji stretches to try and clear it but ends up turning it into his own net. There weren’t any Juventus players near him and it’s unlucky for the substitute. 4-1 Juventus!


Juventus XI: Buffon, Ronaldo, Bonucci, Pjanic, Cuadrado, Danilo, Dybala, Rabiot, Bernardeschi, Bentancur, De Ligt

Subs: Matuidi, Higuain, Szczesny, Douglas Costa, Ramsey, Pinsoglio, Rugani, M. Olivieri, Simone Muratore, Wesley

Torino XI: De Silvestri, Sirigu, Verdi, Meite, Izzo, Belotti, Lukic, Aina, Berenguer, Lyanco, Gleison

Subs: Ansaldi, Ujkani, Rosati, Nkoulou, Rincon, Zaza, Djidji, Edera, Millico, M. Adopo, E. Ghazoini, Singo.

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Torino 1-2 Lazio, Captain Immobile helps close juve’s gap


Ciro Immobile gave away an early Torino penalty, but made up for it with the equaliser before Marco Parolo’s deflected strike completed another Lazio comeback.

Simone Inzaghi had to watch from the stands due to a touchline ban, as the Aquile fought to stay in the Scudetto race after Atalanta ended their 21-round unbeaten run with Massimiliano Farris on the bench. Senad Lulic, Luiz Felipe, Lucas Leiva and Bobby Adekanye were still out of action, while Marco Parolo shook off a knock. Torino were struggling just above the relegation zone and Simone Zaza wasn’t fit to start, so Simone Verdi stepped in.

It took just five minutes to break the deadlock, as Ciro Immobile used his arm to charge down Nicolas Nkoulou’s header on a free kick, allowing Andrea Belotti to convert. To make matters worse, the yellow card means Immobile will be suspended for the next match against Milan.

Immobile should’ve made up for his error by equalising on 22 minutes, but after springing the offside trap, he just clipped the crossbar one-on-one with Salvatore Sirigu.


Sergej Milinkovic-Savic also blasted over from a promising position and Felipe Caicedo was booked, so he too will be suspended for the Milan match.

Immobile again fired off target after a quick one-two to burst into the box, while Sirigu took the sting out of a Parolo header at the end of a long Lazio attacking move, raining crosses into the box.

Caicedo sprung the offside trap on a ball over the top, but his first touch let him down. When Francesco Acerbi did get the ball in the net on the stroke of half-time, he was in an offside position.

Immobile did get the equaliser at the dawn of the second half, this time running on to a Luis Alberto through ball and toe-poking it into the far bottom corner, wrong-footing Sirigu.

With 29 goals in 29 Serie A rounds, Immobile is the most prolific striker since Antonio Valentin Angelillo had 31 by this stage in 1959.


Torino were even more pinned back than before, Milinkovic-Savic and Immobile attempts off target, Joaquin Correa’s charged down, then Sirigu used his legs to parry from Milinkovic-Savic.

Eventually, Parolo’s snapshot from the edge of the box took a decisive deflection off Bremer to wrong-foot the goalkeeper at the near post and turn the game around completely.

Correa’s low cross-shot flashed all the way across the face of goal, Sirigu getting just enough on it to turn that away, while Koffi Djidji flung himself in the path of another Correa attempt.

Torino finally put some pressure on in the last five minutes, but it was too little, too late, and Lazio again picked up all three points from a trailing situation.

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