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Salernitana – Juventus (1-2) : Full Ratings [Serie A – Round 19]

Man of the Match: Vlahovic (7): He provided the assist for Iling, and scored the winning goal in a hard-fought match that keeps Juventus close to Inter in the Scudetto race.

Salernitana (3-4-2-1)

  • Costil (5.5): He could not do much about the Juventus goals, but he did make a few saves to keep his side in the game.

  • Daniliuc (5.5): Despite the defeat, he put in a convincing performance and limited the opposition’s attacks.

  • Gyomber (6): He nullified the impact of a particularly offensive Juventus formation for a time.

  • Fazio (5.5): He made a few mistakes, but for a good part of the match, he put in a solid performance that helped keep Salernitana in the game.

  • Sambia (6.5): He brought danger and his good reading of the game allowed him to serve his teammates in ideal situations. He was substituted for Martegani due to injury in the 89th minute.

  • Legowski (6): His performance was solid and despite the numerical inferiority at the hour mark, he managed to keep his side on the surface and put the Turinese in difficulty.

  • Maggiore (5.5): He opened the scoring for Salernitana with a superb move, but a avoidable foul earned him a second yellow card and he left his side down to ten men, cancelling out any chance of winning the game.

  • Bradaric (6): He created a few dangerous situations from set-pieces and gave the Turinese defense a hard time.

  • Candreva (6): It was with a lot of experience that he managed to transmit the calm and serenity that allowed Salernitana not to give in to the bianconeri for a good part of the match.

  • Tchaouna (5.5): He had a few good touches, but he ultimately failed to make a difference this evening. He was replaced by Bronn in the 57th minute.

  • Simy (6.5): While he did not find the back of the net, he created a number of dangerous situations around the opposition’s box and forced the Turinese defenders to work hard to contain him. He was replaced by Ikwuemesi in the 77th minute.

Juventus (3-5-2)

  • Szczesny (6): He made a few necessary saves, but had a relatively quiet evening.
  • Gatti (5.5): He started the match well, but an over-commitment led to him being substituted for Rugani at half-time.
  • Bremer (6): He had a solid match and conceded little space to his opponent of the evening.
  • Danilo (6): Despite a few mistakes, he ensured the defensive solidity of Juventus and was at the origin of the goal-scoring action that would allow the Bianconeri to win.
  • Weah (5.5): He alternated the good and the not so good this evening and sometimes found himself somewhat in difficulty against an opponent who nullified his offensive impact. He was replaced by Boende in the 81st minute.
  • McKennie (6): True to his previous performances, he did not spare his efforts and put a lot of energy into this match.
  • Nicolussi (5): Sometimes a little fragile in midfield, he is still looking for his place and came up against a team that had perfectly prepared its match. He was replaced by Milik in the 59th minute.
  • Rabiot (6): He had a satisfactory performance, without shining but with a few good intuitions that woke up Juventus.
  • Kostic (5): He was largely insufficient in this match and was unable to find the offensive solutions that would have allowed his teammates to make the difference much earlier in the game. He was replaced by Iling, who scored the equalising goal.
  • Vlahovic (7): See above.
  • Yildiz (6): He started the match well and found a few interesting situations, but was unable to make the difference. He was replaced by Miretti in the 68th minute.

Overall, Juventus deserved to win this match. They were the better side for most of the game and created the more chances. Salernitana did well to stay in the game for as long as they did, but they were ultimately undone by Maggiore’s red card.

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