Maurizio Sarri’s team fell 2-1 at Dacia Arena with a dying goal from Seko Fofana and could not secure the Scudetto.
Juventus lost 2-1 to Udinese at Dacia Arena, for day 35 of the A series, and was unable to secure his ninth consecutive Scudetto. Matthijs de Ligt opened the scoring for Turin in the first half, but the home side turned the result in the second half with goals from Ilija Nestorovski and Seko Fofana.
Maurizio Sarri’s team came out looking for the victory from the start and worried with Paulo Dybala’s mid-distance shots, which was saved by the Argentinean Juan Musso, and Cristiano Ronaldo, who came close to the right post.
Despite the offensive intentions he showed during the first half, Juve lacked depth and it seemed that the scoreboard would remain at zero until the break. However, de Ligt took a rebound at the gate of the area at 42 ‘and tried a cross right that became 1-0.
Udinese reacted at the beginning of the complement, was encouraged to attack the leader of Calcio and came to the tie quickly with a header from Nestorovski, after a precise cross from the left by Ken Sema.
The Bianconeri felt the blow and did not find the ways to bring danger to the local goal again. Juan Guillermo Cuadrado entered to play the last quarter of an hour, but he could not level off and the local team kept the three points with a great run and an agonizing goal by Fofana.
With this result, Juventus remains at the top of Serie A with 80 points, six more than his guard Atalanta, with three dates to play. On Sunday, he will have another chance to celebrate when he hosts Sampdoria at Allianz Stadium.
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