Juventus got off to a winning start in the Champions League with a 3-0 win over Malm on Tuesday, giving the Italians hope to start their season.
Joe came into his Group H fixture with just one point from his first three Serie A matches but there was no match from Malmo Massimiliano Allegri, who won in Sweden thanks to goals from Alex Sandro, Palo Debala and Alvaro Morata. Of
The big win puts Joe at the top of the group, with European champions Chelsea at three points ahead of what they will face in Turin two weeks later.
“Winning a match leads to winning more matches. The next day we lost a crucial game in which five or six key players were missing, and today we played a very good match in which to do well,” Murata told Sky Italy. It was necessary. “
“We needed to change the dynamics and make other teams realize that it’s hard to play against the Juventus when there are points on the table.”
The one-sided contest ended at half-time thanks to Joe’s South American international teams, who lost 2-1 in Napoli on Saturday due to a late return from World Cup qualifying duty.
Brazil’s fullback Sandro spun the ball in the middle of the first half with a brilliant stopping header after Colombia’s Juan Cuadrado’s cross.
Argentine striker Debala doubled the lead from the penalty spot before the break, following a foul by Lucy Nelson on Morta, who rejoiced as he played on the hosts’ high defensive line.
The Spanish forward was rewarded for his hard work almost straight after a long pint found his way to Adrian Rabiot, who was thrashed by Debala and reached Murata.
The 28-year-old was known to control the ball and run away from his line before Malmo goalkeeper Ismail Dewara made a critical finish outside the post.
The second half was similar to a casual training match for Joe, who was rarely bothered by Malm who had already packed.
Substitute Moise Kean was unfortunate that he could not score the first goal of Joey’s comeback when he strayed offside before circling the wall with 20 minutes left.
Kian had another great chance that DeVara saved in the last moments of a performance that will delight the Juventus ahead of AC Milan’s tour of the farm on Sunday.