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Juventus 3-0 Chievo

Italy • Serie A • 6 videos

Juventus beat Chievo 3-0 in a Serie A match at the Allianz Stadium in Torino.

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Goals
17 mins — Juventus vs Chievo 1-0 — Hetemaj own goal vs Chievo
58 mins — Juventus vs Chievo 2-0 — Higuaín goal vs Chievo
83 mins — Juventus vs Chievo 3-0 — Dybala goal vs Chievo
Match Stats

Juventus Starting Lineup

23 - W. Szczesny
26 - S. Lichtsteiner
4 - M. Benatia
24 - D. Rugani
14 - B. Matuidi
5 - M. Pjanic
22 - K. Asamoah
11 - Douglas Costa
27 - S. Sturaro
9 - G. Higuaín
17 - M. Mandžukic

Chievo Starting XI

70 - S. Sorrentino
5 - A. Gamberini
3 - D. Dainelli
18 - M. Gobbi
29 - F. Cacciatore
23 - V. Birsa
56 - P. Hetemaj
8 - I. Radovanovic
19 - L. Castro
45 - R. Inglese
20 - M. Pucciarelli

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