European Tour: Monza stuns Juventus with 10 players while pigeons stop Marseille match | european football club

Monza He got a surprise win but deserved 1-0 at home Juventus On Sunday, their first-ever Serie A win, the guests struggled after their number was reduced to 10 players.

Angel Di Maria’s return from injury for Juventus was cut short when he was sent off five minutes before halftime for injuring Armando Izo’s elbow in the chest.

With Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri watching from the stands after his dismissal last week, his assistant Marco Landucci took over. “The red card affected the match,” Landucci told DAZN. “ngel was harassed by Izzo, a player known for using these tactics, and he fell in love with it. I didn’t watch the replay but was told it was the right decision to send him off.”

Juventus had half the chances in the first half but were struggling to create momentum, like Monza She was effective in smashing play in midfield. The newly promoted team smelled the blood in the second half and pressured the opponent’s defense to make mistakes, while Allegri’s team tried to look for the possibilities of a counterattack.

The Danish substitute Christian Getkker became the champion of the hosts when he slipped in the winning goal from Patrick Scioria’s cross in the 74th minute. Moise Kean approached the equalizer for Juventus in the 81st minute when a header crossed the goal.

Udinese He scored his fifth consecutive league win after winning 3-1 Inter Milan. The hosts, who won five consecutive games in December 2017, had 16 points from seven games, which equated to their best start of the season in the 2000-01 season.

Italian midfielder Nicolo Parilla fired a superb free kick past goalkeeper Marco Silvestri and reached the top corner in the fifth minute to give Inter an early lead. Udinese And they equalized in the 22nd minute thanks to an own goal from Milan Skriniar, after Beto’s header from Roberto Pereira’s free kick hit the Inter defender and surprised goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.

Jaca Begol swings away after giving his team Udinese a 2-1 lead over Inter Milan
Jaca Bigol (centre) swings away after giving his team Udinese a 2-1 lead over Inter Milan. Photo: Gabriel Menes/EPA

The visitors struggled to keep Udinese away from their half and their resolve was finally broken in the 84th minute when Slovenian defender Jaka Pjol scored from a corner kick from Gerard Deulofeu. And the Spanish wide player turned to the offer provider again in the third minute of stoppage time, as he managed to cross to find substitute Tolgay Arslan, who confirmed the points.

Lazio Lost to 4-0 away win in Cremonese Thanks to a Ciro Immobile double, his second penalty kicked in the 21st minute. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic made it 3-0 in injury time in the first half, before Pedro wrapped up the scoring 11 minutes from the end. Fiorentina 2-0 win at home Hellas Veronawhere Jonathan Icony kept them off the mark in the 13th minute. Then Nicholas Gonzalez made the points safe in the last minute.

Sheraldo Becker celebrated Union Berlin's second goal against Wolfsburg, his sixth in the German League this season
Sheraldo Becker celebrated Union Berlin’s second goal against Wolfsburg, his sixth in the league this season. Photograph: Fabrizio Bench/Reuters

in the Bundesliga, Union Berlin They continued their dream run thanks to striker Sheraldo Becker, who scored and assisted in a 2-0 home win at home. Wolfsburg. The win extended their unbeaten run to 14 games in a row and secured a weekend finish at the top of the league. The Amsterdam-born Suriname international now has six goals in the league and three assists in seven matches as Berlin’s tally rose to 17 points.

Jordan Pivok headed Al Ittihad in front with a lightning header at the near post in the 54th minute after Becker walked down the wing before hitting a perfect cross for his teammate. Becker then turned to the scorer in the 77th minute, hitting a cross pass and hitting the ball past goalkeeper Quinn Castells to score the three points.

On a strange day in the events of Ligue 1, Mattéo Guendouzi scored at both ends as Marseille Draw 1-1 at home ren. The midfielder first converted Hamari Traore’s cross into his own net to give the visitors the lead in the 25th minute. Seven minutes into the second half, he headed in a corner kick from Jordan Veretot.

But the anomaly did not end there, as a flock of pigeons caused an unexpected halt after they descended to the floor of the Velodrome five minutes early.

cute – goodJean-Clair Todibo had observers trying to break into the record books, having been sent off after just nine seconds as his side lost 1-0 to Angers. He brought down central defender Abdullah Sima in the first attack of the match and after only five touches of the ball. The visitors finally benefited from the numerical advantage, with Nabil Bentaleb scoring the only goal of the match two minutes before the end of the first half.

Monaco He’s back on winning ways after Thursday’s Europa League defeat to Ferencvaros – their 3-0 win in Reims It came thanks to second-half goals from Alexandre Golovin, Takumi Minamino and Wissam Ben Yedder.

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