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Juventus 2-0 Chievo

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Juventus beat Chievo 2-0 in a Serie A match at the Juventus Stadium in Torino.

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Goals
60 mins — Juventus vs Chievo 1-0 — Pogba goal vs Chievo
73 mins — Juventus vs Chievo 2-0 — Lichtsteiner goal vs Chievo
Match Stats
29
8
19
9
3
62%
2
0
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
8
1
14
1
2
38%
4
0

Juventus Starting Lineup

G - 1 - Gianluigi Buffon
D - 3 - Giorgio Chiellini
D - 4 - Martín Cáceres
D - 19 - Leonardo Bonucci
D - 33 - Patrice Evrà
M - 6 - Paul Pogba
M - 8 - Claudio Marchisio
M - 23 - Arturo Vidal
M - 37 - Roberto Pereyra
F - 9 - Álvaro Morata
F - 10 - Carlos Tevez

G - 34 - Rubinho
G - 30 - Marco Storari
D - 5 - Angelo Ogbonna
D - 15 - Andrea Barzagli
D - 26 - Stephan Lichtsteiner
M - 7 - Simone Pepe
M - 11 - Kingsley Coman
M - 12 - Sebastian Giovinco
M - 20 - Simone Padoin

Chievo Starting XI

G - 1 - Albano Bizarri
D - 3 - Dario Dainelli
D - 5 - Alessandro Gamberini
D - 21 - Nicolas Frey
D - 87 - Ervin Zukanovic
M - 14 - Isaac Cofie
M - 23 - Valter Birsa
M - 24 - Ezequiel Schelotto
M - 56 - Perparim Hetemaj
F - 19 - Rubén Botta
F - 43 - Alberto Paloschi

G - 25 - Francesco Bardi
G - 90 - Andrea Seculin
D - 34 - Cristiano Biraghi
M - 8 - Ivan Radovanovic
M - 10 - Anders Christiansen
M - 63 - Nicola Bellomo
F - 7 - Dejan Lazarevic

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